'I Eat Food Tours' Certificate of Excellence 2019 TripAdvisor;
Minimum 2 Guests Required on this Tour! A 1 Person tour becomes automatically a Private Tour;
We tour rain or shine! Please dress accordingly (Check the weather forcast before the Tour starts);
This Tour Runs from 4.00 to 6.30pm (Monday to Saturday);
The experience runs always in English. Italian is also possible on private Tours. Please let us know
We suggest to wear comfortable walking shoes and light clothing in the summer (heels not suggested);
Very small group tours ensures a comfortable experience for everyone;
Please, arrive on time at the starting point. The guide can't keep other guests waiting. Thank you!
Chocolate & Sweets. Unique Locations for Memorable Treats is the perfect Experience for those who like to explore the rich history of Turin through its marvellous cafes and chocolate boutique.
If you are a chocolate lover and you would like to step back to the magic 18th century atmosphere, you’re absolutely in the right city and the Chocolate & Sweets is definitely Your tour!
Turin is the Kingdom of one the best chocolate in the world, named Gianduja https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gianduja_(chocolate)
Proposed in various types (cream, warm and liquid, as cakes and pastry’s ingredient…) our chocolate has the power to create always the same kind of effect: it makes you feel in Heaven for a while thanks its unique taste.
Besides, if we add the breathless beauty of historical cafes and chocolate houses in the heart of the city, then we are sure you will not resist to this charming tour.
But it doesn’t stop here.
We believe in traditions as much as we think it’s important to constantly improve and innovate those traditions with a kind and smart touch of modernity.
That’s why during this experience we’ll introduce you the modern Chocolate’s Great Masters; their marvellous atelier, their philosophy… and their irresistibly delicious creations as well!
Last but not the least: how about icecream?
Well, we are sure to surprise you with one of the best Italian gelato in the world! (New York Times says so and we ensure it!)
Therefore, we guarantee to awaken your senses and tickle your tastebuds with:
-The finest selection of fancy artisanal chocolate, 100% made in Turin, including The Giandujotto, of course;
-The famous Bicerin, the traditional hot drink native to Turin, made of espresso, drinking chocolate, and whole milk served layered in a small rounded glass. (In the category irresistibly delicious!);
-A typical local dessert with a long past;
Having sayed that, we keep a bit of surprise effect and we can’t wait to share our local Gods’Nectare with you: come to discover the royal sweet treats made in Turin and selected by I Eat Food Tours!
You will find out very soon why we call them Royal…
NOTE1: The samples we selected can vary according to the season; the places selected according to the closing day or the holiday time.
NOTE2: Check out Turin Street Food Tour D’luxe if you’d like to explore also the large gastronomic scene in town!
Your local foodie will welcome you at Piazza Carlo Alberto, to the statue in the centre of the piazza.
You can see precisely the meeting point on the map below.
Parking possibilities to the parking lot 'Roma, San Carlo, Castello'.
If you come by bus:
From Porta Nuova railway station just walk 10 minutes over Via Roma in the direction of Piazza Castello.
From Porta Susa railway station, take the bus nr 13 or 56. Stop 'Castello'.
Unfortunately the guide can not wait, as we don’t want to, and can’t let wait other guests!
In case of delay, please inform us by calling the number that is written on your booking and ticket, so we can guide you to the next stop (tasting) and you can join from there the rest of the group/tour again.
Unfortunately you will miss than the first part of the Tour, and tasting(s), so ‘Please’ Be on Time! and go out from your staying a little bit sooner. (As the City Centre can be pretty crowdy!)
Gratuities are greatly appreciated, although not mandatory. The standard gratuity in the service industry is 15%.
Yes, the tour guide can ask you to show the ID of your Child or Infant at the start of the Tour.
Please let us know if you (or anyone in your group) have any dietary restrictions (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergy, etc.) when you inquire for the tour. As long as we know in advance, we’ll be happy and do our best to accommodate your needs
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Louis, London, United Kingdom.
Cecilia and Abram were excellent hosts during our chocolate tour of Turin. The entire experience felt very personal and both Cecilia and Abram were obviously very passionate about the long standing heritage of chocolate production in Turin. The tastings were delicious and this was most definitely...
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