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Turin Sweet Afternoon Tour

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Shared Tour
Adult
69
Child Up to 3 years old
Free
Private Tour
1 Guest
138
2-10 Guests Each additional guest
69

Delight Your Senses on This Chocolate Tour!

Turin rhymes with chocolate. Find out why on this chocolicious and interactive experience with a touch of ‘royal flavour’.

If you are a chocolate lover and you’d like to step back to the magic 18th-century atmosphere, you’re absolutely in the right city, and this experience is just perfect for you.

Turin is the kingdom of one of the best chocolates in the world, named Gianduja. Proposed in various types (cream, warm and liquid, in cakes and pastries…), our chocolate always creates the same effect: it makes you feel in heaven for a while due to its unique taste.

Besides, since you have the chance to visit the timeless beauty of historic cafes and chocolate houses in the heart of the city, we are sure you won’t be able to resist this charming tour.

We know you will fall madly in love with our marvelous local chocolate. We take you to the most charming chocolate boutique in Turin and introduce to you some authentic magic made by our favourite chocolate master.

Tour Highlights

  • Stroll through the most elegant and charming side of the city centre and step into the time when Turin was the first Italian capital.
  • Experience a chocolate lover’s paradise: Turin is the city where, back in 1856, hydillic Gianduia chocolate was invented.
  • Discover why the history of our country is linked to the most precious, elegant and historic coffee houses in town.
  • Sample a large variety of the finest local chocolate products, coffee specialities and craft delights.
  • Learn about the long history behind Turin’s chocolate culture.
  • Enjoy the exciting stories from your passionate storyteller and food ambassador.
  • Be wowed by a splendid chocolate boutique that has a very special room to explore.

Where to Meet

  • Your local foodie will welcome you at Piazza Carlo Alberto, where the equestrian statue is located.
  • You can see precisely the meeting point on the map below.
  • Parking possibilities in 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’.

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