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Turin: Highlights Bike Tour

1. Turin: Highlights Bike Tour

Meet your guide and begin your tour with a safety briefing and an introduction to Turin. As you ride through the city you’ll hear about the history of each place you visit. The 3.5-hour ride takes you from Porta Nuova to 19th-century squares, where the Italian kingdom was born. See the Castle of the royal Savoia family before riding to the oldest part of the city, where you’ll find the medieval quarter and Roman ruins. Cycle along the Po River and enter the Valentino, the most beautiful park in Turin. Other stops include the Mole Antonelliana, the tallest museum in the world, the impressive Gran Madre di Dio, a church known for its connection with the Legend of Holy Grail and the Egyptian Museum.

Turin: City Highlights Guided Bike Tour

2. Turin: City Highlights Guided Bike Tour

You’ll be fascinated by a city in constant transformation, stylish, lively, full of color and parks – it is among the cities with the largest number of parks in Italy and is bathed by four rivers - looking to the future but also proud of its glorious past, testified by its buildings, its squares and its museums. There will be references to his history from the Roman period up to the 21th century and curiosity related to social saints, street art, the black and white magic. And still more, the bike paths, the broad avenues reminiscent Paris, the famous Valentino park with the Medieval Village, the Castle, patrimony of Unesco and the wonderful Giardino Roccioso. These and other curiosities are the ingredients of this visit on bicycle lasting 3 hours. During the tour we will point out the places where you can taste the gastronomy, wines and above all chocolate, specialty of Turin.

Turin: City Highlights Guided E-Bike Tour

3. Turin: City Highlights Guided E-Bike Tour

Meet your local host in the city center, choose your e-bike and start this amusing 3 hours bike tour to discover the many souls and gorgeous monuments of Turin. It is a multi-faceted city, where luxury and modesty live together in perfect balance creating fascinating and interesting contrasts. Your first stop will be the heart of the historic center for a first introduction to the history of this beautiful Italian city, characterized by the Italian Royals: Savoia family. Pedal along elegant boulevards and reach Piazza San Carlo to admire the equestrian monument of Emanuele Filiberto of Savoia. Continue your visit reaching Piazza Carignano and see some of the most beautiful historical buildings, declared UNESCO World heritage since 1997. Follow easy cycling paths and enjoy the shade of elegant buildings until Piazza Castello and admire the Royal Palace, Palazzo Madama and San Lorenzo Church. Your guide will take you on a journey from the past to the present. You’ll learn why the city is so important nowadays and its industrial development thanks to FIAT, the Italian automobile industry that is now part of the popular soul of the city. With your local insider you will then discover the Royal Gardens and Porta Palatina, an ancient Roman site. Relax pedaling through luxuriant gardens and reach Mole Antonelliana, the true symbol of the city. In the shade of its magnificence there’s a very interesting neighborhood, enriched by modern murales dedicated to sustainability, promoted by the famous coffee brand: Lavazza, born in Turin. Finally, cross the monumental bridge over Po river, and climb the Cappuccini hill to enjoy a breathtaking view over Turin. Last but not least, reach the beautiful Valentino Park, famous for being one of the gathering places for locals and for the elegant castel. Finally, enter the young and vibrant neighborhood of San Salvario and go back to the initial point.

Neive: Cycling Tour from Neive to Barbaresco

4. Neive: Cycling Tour from Neive to Barbaresco

Discover Italy's beautiful Piedmont region by e-bike. Take in the scenery of the Italian countryside and enjoy wine and local food tastings while learning about the production processes from the families that own the vineyards. Start your tour in Neive at Cascina Sarìa, a small, family-run winery. This winery produces red and white wines from native vines, among which Barbera d’Asti DOCG, Dolcetto d’Alba DOC, and Barbaresco DOCG stand out, as well as Langhe Arneis DOC and Brut Charmat “Sarì.” Leave Cascina Sarìa and cycle to the La Pineta Farm, where the Boella family has been creating delights for the palate for 43 years. Visit the La Pineta shop, where you can taste raw and cooked cold cuts in the Piedmontese tradition. Head to Barbaresco and the Saverio Vacca Farm. Taste wines produced by owner, Saverio, and hear about how his grandfather, Francesco, started a winery in 1958 and established it with the Collina dell’Ovello and the Cooperativa Produttori del Barbaresco wines.

Barolo: Guided Scenic E-Bike Tour with Wine Tasting

5. Barolo: Guided Scenic E-Bike Tour with Wine Tasting

Cruise the Barolo countryside and taste the best wines of the region on this guided e-bike tour. Begin the day with a local breakfast on a farm and then cycle along the rolling hills, stopping for lunch and wine tastings along the way. Start your ride from an enchanted forest where plants, animals, and people live in harmony. Visit the Bosco delle Galline Volanti farm where you can discover what it means to love the kitchen and after a tasty, organic breakfast, continue with a ride through the heart of the Langhe. Cycle towards the Chapel of the Madonna delle Grazie and Monforte, enjoying the unique landscape along the way. Stop for a gourmet picnic before reaching the Cantina Conterno Fantino, an agricultural estate that dominates the valley below, where you can taste wines and visit the barrel cellar.  Continue to the Simone Scaletta company, a small family business that sits on six hectares of vineyard, and taste wines with its winemakers. After the tasting, bike through the picturesque villages of Monchiero and Novello, to Barolo. Enjoy wines at the old chalet of Albergo Svizzera overlooking Barolo.

Alba: E-Bike Tour of Local Wineries With Tastings & Picnic

6. Alba: E-Bike Tour of Local Wineries With Tastings & Picnic

Discover the beauty of Alba and its surrounding region on a cycling tour of its wineries with a guide. Visit wine cellars for tastings of local wines and take in the scenic mountain views of Piedmont along the way. Stop for an idyllic picnic before returning to Alba. Meet your guide in the center of town and start with a tasting of a local breakfast food, Piedmontese hazelnut biscuits. Take in the town's famous towers before getting comfortable on your e-bike and setting off towards Frazione Madonna di Como. Make your first stop at the family-run winery, Mario Rivetti Cascina Serre Farm. Here, enjoy a tasting of two locally produced wines. Next, head to the Pietro Rinaldi winery and sample their wines in the setting of an elegant hillside residence. Continue to the hamlet of San Rocco Seno d’Elvio, where you'll stop for a tasting at the charming Manuel Marinacci Farm, followed by another stop at the Poderi Colla winery. Take a break for a scenic picnic lunch prepared by a local gourmet chef. On the ride back towards Alba, admire breathtaking views of the Rocche dei Sette Fratelli, a natural canyon almost nine hectares steep. Pass through the village of Treiso before returning to Alba for a visit to Manera Farm, a traditional winery consisting of four historic farmhouses. Head back to the Adriano Marco e Vittorio Farm for your final stop.

From Turin: 8-Day Cycling Tour in Piedmont

7. From Turin: 8-Day Cycling Tour in Piedmont

This 8-day cycling tour takes you on a discovery of Piedmont, one of the most beautiful regions in Italy. Depart from Turin and enjoy the special experience of cycling along rivers, through parks, and on cycle paths to many small towns in the region. Admire the spectacular scenery and enjoy the prestigious wines, fantastic food, and delicious chocolate in Piedmont. Day 1: Arrival in Turin Arrive in Turin, the first capital city of Italy. The former industrial city now, after the 2006 Winter Olympics, has revealed itself as a cultural city. With 4 rivers, there are many cycle paths for you to enjoy. Day 2: Turin – Pinerolo (45 kilometers) The way is flat. From Turin you cycle along the Po river on cycle paths and small roads to the foot of the mountains. You arrive at the hunting palace of Stupinigi, the royal residence of the Savoy family, a masterpiece of the architect Filippo Juvarra in rococo style. Then park by park, always cycling along the rivers, you get to Pinerolo in a very pleasant way. Stay overnight in Pinerolo, where there was once one of the most famous schools of cavalry in Italy. Day 3: Pinerolo – Cavour – Saluzzo (55 kilometers) The way is flat. Along country roads crossing orchards and vineyards, you get to Cavour with its curious “Rocca”, a moraine hill just in the middle of the flat, protected area. During the day, in the small castle of Macello, you will taste some typical food of Piedmont. Stay overnight in the medieval town of Saluzzo. Day 4: Saluzzo – Fossano – Benevagienna – Bra (60 kilometers) Today the way is also medium/easy – there are some easy ascents after Fossano. On the way you can visit the very pleasant castles of Manta and Costigliole, the ancient roman town of Benevagienna and its archeological area. After Cherasco, you arrive in Bra, the capital of gourmet and hometown of the "Slow Food" movement. Day 5: Bra – Pollenzo – Barolo – Alba (45 kilometers) Today the way is medium/easy in Langhe area. In Pollenzo, the roman Pollentia, you visit the University of Gastronomic Sciences. Here you taste good wine before cycling to Alba along the river Tanaro. The path is perfectly flat but in the middle of the way you ascend to Barolo, where we can taste the wine in the castle. Stay overnight in Alba, the town of white truffle and high towers Day 6: Alba – Asti (45 kilometers) Today the way is medium/easy in the Roero area. On the way you visit the castles of Guarene and Cisterna. Stay overnight in Asti, a town with a rich history, famous for the white wine “spumante” and its Palio race. Day 7: Asti – Casale Monferrato(60 kilometers) Today the way is medium difficulty. You cycle on the charming hills of the Monferrato, another part of the gourmet system. From Moncalvo you can enjoy a very pleasant view on the surrounding vineyards. In the afternoon, after a final taste in an “agriturismo”, you reach Casale, a town at the foot of the hills of Monferrato, along the river Po. Day 8: Casale Monferrato End of tour services after breakfast. You have the option of returning to Turin by train or private minibus.

From Neive: Guided E-Bike Tour to Barbaresco and Treiso

8. From Neive: Guided E-Bike Tour to Barbaresco and Treiso

Explore the many wineries of the Piedmont region on a guided tour by electric bike. Learn about the wine of the region with several tasting sessions at a variety of top local producers. Start your journey in Neive with a visit to Cascina Sarìa, a small family-run winery. From here, cycle to the La Pineta Farm where you will taste some of their delicious cold cuts. Travel on towards Barbaresco and the Saverio Vacca Farm. While here, the owner will join you on a guided wine-tasting session as you learn about the history of the family and the estate. Ride along a picturesque road surrounded by lush vineyards and reach Cascina Albano. Taste wines such as Barbera d’Alba DOC, Dolcetto d’Alba DOC, Langhe Arneis DOCG, Metodo Classico “Perschers”, and the sparkling wine “Sciarmat”. Next, arrive at Cascina Rabaglio, a small farm located just a few hundred meters away. While here, try some Barbaresco DOCG, Dolcetto d’Alba, Barbera d’Alba, Langhe Arneis and Langhe Riesling. Hop on your bike once again and ride to the municipality of Treiso, where the Ada Nada Winery is. Admire the views from this small but enchanting family-run venture overlooking the rolling hills of the countryside as you sip on some of their wines. Admire the panoramic views as you cycle Grasso Fratelli Farm, where you will taste a glass of Barbaresco wine. Finally, make your way to Sassi San Cristoforo Farm, located in Neive, on a picturesque hill that overlooks the enchanting village, situated in the heart of the Barbaresco wine production area, before heading back to the starting point.

Asti: E-Bike Culinary Cycling Tour with Food & Wine Tastings

9. Asti: E-Bike Culinary Cycling Tour with Food & Wine Tastings

Get to know Asti, a charming northern Italian town, on a guided cycling tour focusing on the town's culinary history and culture. Take an e-bike ride through the historic center, passing through the town's famous towers and piazzas and stopping by local favorite food and wine spots. Start the tour in the town center, where you'll meet your guide and get comfortable on your e-bike. Head through the winding streets to reach the historic sweet store Torroneria Cioccolateria Davide Barbero, where you can sample artisanal chocolate and nougat treats. Next, make your way to the Daniella Artisan Pastry Shop to try out local delicacies like paste di meliga (Piedmontese shortbread-style biscuits). Accompany these with a glass of Asti Spumante, a sweet sparkling wine. Then, make your way to the Piazza Roma to see the historical Torre Comentina tower. Continue to the Red Tower and follow along the ancient Roman walls to reach the impressive gothic Asti Cathedral. Next, head to the bustling Piazza Alfieri and admire its cafe-lined square, where you can stop to try a local wine or vermouth. Then, ride to the courtyard of the Baptistery of San Pietro for a tasting of four local wines. Finally, make your way through the old Jewish Quarter to a local restaurant in the center. Taste Piedmontese specialties like fresh ravioli gobbi astigiani (meat ravioli), along with a glass of wine.

Volpedo: Piedmont Region Wine, Food, and Art E-Bike Day Tour

10. Volpedo: Piedmont Region Wine, Food, and Art E-Bike Day Tour

Immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes and quaint towns of Piedmont. Along with your guide, start in Volpedo, continuing your bike ride through Montemarzino, the Staffora Valley, and Monleale. Taste-test wine, shop for art, sample food specialities, and chat with the locals. Your bike tour begins in Volpedo, known for its stunning art galleries and wide variety of food. Try a variety of cold cuts, cheeses, wines, and preserves, before biking to Monleale. Here, sip on a cold glass of wine and learn about winemaking techniques before biking to the next stop.  In Montemarzino, pair Pesca di Volpedo peaches with another glass of local wine, before continuing to Pozzol Groppo, a village known for its honey, beer, and beautiful rolling hills. Then it's time to bike back to Volpedo to visit Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo's home and learn about his art.

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4.9 / 5

based on 14 reviews

Fabulous tour and a really good way to get to see all the main sights of Turin with lots of information about the city. Our guide was so enthusiastic and knowledgable and was really good company. The e-bikes are v new and easy to ride (even my 72 yr old mum got the hang of it!) I highly recommend. Thank you!

It was a beautiful walk, characterized by so many anecdotes and details that we would never have known. Our escort transmitted her love for the places where she lives. I recommend everyone to do this experience, among other things, not at all tiring thanks to the assisted bikes

Excellent personal guide on lovely electric bikes. Covered lots of history in a very digestible form. We would do this again when we return to Turin! Brilliant!

Sofia excellent guide and company we did a nice tour ideal for those who have little time and want to discover this beautiful city! Super recommended

Excellent. Our guide Sofia was very knowledgeable, the bikes were good quality. The length was good.