TORINO by tramway

It is an easy and entertaining way to discover the city. A beautiful, a little bit nostalgic, circular itinerary along the great boulevards of Turin, lined by trees, lasting approximately one hour.

 

THE BOULEVARD TOUR

Piazza Castello, Piazza Vittorio Veneto, the journey goes through some of the most striking squares, passing by Porta Nuova railway station facing one the longest boulevard ot Turin, dedicated to the first Italian Kiing Vittorio Emanuele II, whose bust dominate from the top of four columns. On the way you will be able to see also some fine examples of the Art Nouveau Architecture.

The panoramic tour by tram allows the visitors to get an overview of the city, by exploring places which are far away from the pedestrian area, and therefore difficult to reach by foot.

Subsequently, the guided tour continues on foot to discover some of the most important sites of the city center.

  •  When: the tour can be given on
    saturdays, sundays and holidays
  • Pick-up: Piazza Castello (angle Via Po) in front of the Teatro Regio (Opera House). On request we can arrange a different meeting point.
  • Number of participants: unlimited. If there are more than 10 people in the group, we use headsets in order to better hear the guide’s commentaries. For larger groups, we provide the appropriate number of guides.
  • Fee: quotation on request

Total duration 2 or 3 hours. 
This suggestion is an alternative to the classic tour.

 

Apéritif or dinner IN MOTION


A tour for “foodies” who wish to discover the city while savoring local culinary specialties. Between courses, one can admire the monuments and scenery which slowly cross your path. Duration: 2 hours.
For set groups, an historical tramway car can be rented exclusively (also at lunchtime).

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Pick up

Piazza Castello / angle Via Po, near the Teatro Regio (Opera House)

This tour is dedicated to my father, who after having worked for many years on tramways, continued to love and use them until he could.