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Valentino Park: Our most recommended tours and activities

Turin Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour: 24 or 48-Hour Ticket

1. Turin Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour: 24 or 48-Hour Ticket

If you're looking for a single solution to discover and get to know Turin, jump onboard a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Enjoy the charm of a city that boasts over 2,000 years of history yet still has a very modern edge to it. With 3 different routes to choose from, or a combination of them, this really is an ideal way to get up-close to the city. Line A covers the city center of Turin – hop on board and be fascinated by the National Cinema Museum, the Egyptian Museum, and the hill overlooking the Po river with the Valentino Park. The B line brings you closer to the unexpected Turin and is the fastest way to reach unexplored sites and discover the new face of the city. The renewed Automobile Museum, Lingotto, Eataly and the Olympic venues are along this route. The C line covers royal residences and will lead you to the Juventus Stadium Museum, the Royal Residence of Venaria, La Mandria Castle and Nuvola Lavazza Line A 1) Piazza Castello 2) Mole Antonellina 3) Villa della Regina 4) Monte dei Cappuccini 5) Borgo Medievale 6) Parco del Valentino 7) Piazza Carlo Felice 8) Duomo Line B 1) Piazza Castello 2) Museo Scienze Naturali 3) Parco del Valentino 4) Museo dell'Automobile 5) Pinacoteca Agnelli-Lingotto-Arco Olimpico 6) Stazione FS Lingotto 7) Stadio Olimpico e Palaolimpico 8) Officine Grandi Riparazioni 9) Museo Pietro Micca Line C 1) Piazza Castello 2) Museo Pietro Micca 3) Allianz Stadium & Juventus Museum 4) La Venaria Reale 5) Porta Palazzo 6) Nuvola Lavazza

Turin: City Highlights Guided E-Bike Tour

2. 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.

Turin: Private Fiat 500 Self-Drive Experience

3. Turin: Private Fiat 500 Self-Drive Experience

Enjoy a funny and original way to discover Turin and its most iconic spots! Drive your New Fiat500 car, directly from your hotel, experiencing the real Italian Dolce Vita. Decide to self drive or, if you prefer, your guide can be just your private local guide or your driver too. Drive to the National Automobile Museum, to discover with a skip-the-line entrance, the valuable pieces in the whole collection, the Ferrari Gallery and, obviously, the Iconic Fiat500 of the '50s. Keep on touring with your 500 to Lingotto District and the Pinacoteca Agnelli, to have a walk on the iconic track, famous as a location of the cult movie "The Italian Job", now renovated ad the biggest roof garden in Europe and sip a typical Italian cocktail at FiatCafé500, admiring the stunning view from the top of the track. Enjoy the most beautiful spots in Turin, from the Medieval Castle in Valentino Park to the historic city centre to admire the most iconic plazas, in which "The Italian Job" was filmed.

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What people are saying about Valentino Park

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 8 reviews

A superb morning in the company of Sofia, our guide, characterized by her good humor and competence. Pedaling really does not pose the slightest problem for those who know how to ride a bike. We walk through the streets and we discover a multitude of anecdotes related to the superb city of Turin. Little story and Big Story, everything is clearly explained and told at each stop. I recommend both for those who are in a hurry (like me, unfortunately) and for those who will have the chance to stay in the city for a while and who can easily find and deepen the places visited which are really abundant. This visit will remain an excellent memory!

Really great. We only had 2 days to visit Turin, with 3 children including a 2 year old. Thanks to the buses, we all felt like we got a complete overview of the city. The buses are comfortable and ideal with children. Turin is a beautiful city and its inhabitants very hostility.

Our guide was Chada. She was extraordinairy competent and charming. Thanks her for having a nice party at Rossini the other day . Westrongly recommend this e-tour to ever

We did a wonderful Tour of Turin led by Sofia. Beautiful new E bikes which guided us through Turin. Really recommended.

A pleasant way to fly over a city before exploring it further