Turin & Langhe accessible: Journey through the culture and flavors of Piedmont
6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS PROGRAM
1st DAY
Transfer from airport / station to the hotel. Reception at the hotel, check-in and room assignment. In the afternoon, visit the Egyptian Museum, a fascinating journey through mummies, sarcophagi and extraordinary finds. Egyptian Antiquities Museum is a real highlight of the city, being the most important in Europe and the second largest in the world after that of Cairo. The visit is fully accessible for the physically disabled. The structure also has a sensory path available with a guided tour. Free time to visit the city. Free dinner and overnight stay.
2nd DAY
Breakfast at the hotel and meeting with the guide who will accompany you throughout the day. Visit of the Royal Palace of Venaria, the residence of the Savoy family who inspired the project of the Palace of Versailles. The palace is fully accessible in all its glory. In case of need, some outdoor wheelchairs are available free of charge at the reception, allowing access to the gardens, for which an aid is still recommended. In addition, in some periods the visit of the gardens is available via a horse-drawn vehicle, available for a small surcharge. Lunch with a typical Piedmontese menu. In the afternoon, guided tour of the city, with a visit to the Basilica della Consolata Sanctuary and the Royal Church of San Lorenzo, two of the most significant religious monuments in the city. The tour includes a “sweet break” to be spent with one of Turin’s great loves: chocolate. To enjoy it in the best way you can choose between two possibilities: Stop in a historic café in the center with tasting of the “Bicerin”, the typical chocolate-based drink accompanied by biscuits dear to the Count of Cavour; Stop with tasting in a chocolate production workshop. Free dinner and overnight stay.
3rd DAY
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to the Sacra di San Michele. Visit of the monastery, one of the most representative religious monuments in all of Piedmont, a crucial point on the pilgrimage route that connects Mont Saint-Michel, in Normandy, with Monte Sant’Angelo, in Puglia. The visit is fully accessible for people with motor disabilities. Return to Turin and visit Eataly, the large food and wine market dedicated to high quality products. Free time for the visit, free lunch and any purchases. Return to the hotel and free afternoon for visits and shopping. Alternatively, it is possible to plan a visit to the National Automobile Museum. The recently renovated museum is easily and completely accessible to all. The exhibition itinerary tells not only the history and evolution of the automobile but also the social issues linked to it, through spectacular displays that showcase the precious pieces of the collection. Free dinner and overnight stay.
4th DAY
Breakfast at hotel. Visit of the Mole Antonelliana, symbol of the city and seat of the National Cinema Museum. Among exhibits, evocative settings and projections, the museum reconstructs the history of cinema from the dawn to today, in the heart of the city where the Italian film industry was born more than a century ago. The museum is fully accessible and is equipped with a sensory tour. Free lunch. In the afternoon transfer to the Langhe. Reception at the hotel and check-in. Visit to the Pollenzo Wine Bank. The visit of the ancient nineteenth-century cellar is completely accessible and can be integrated with a tasting itinerary and / or educational workshops. There are also recreational activities related to wine and tasting, for groups of at least 12 people. Return to the hotel, free dinner and overnight stay.
5th DAY
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Alba. Guided tour of the city through an accessible itinerary. Lunch with a typical menu. Transfer to Barolo, the heart of the production of the king of Piedmontese wines. Visit the Wine Museum, the wine museum set up inside the Castle of the Falletti marquises. The tour takes place through a multisensory experience, created by plays of light, frescoes, stories and multimedia panels. Return to the hotel and free time. Free dinner and overnight stay. Quotation on request
The tour  “Turin & Langhe accessible” includes:
2 nights in a 3 *, 4 * or 5 * central hotel, in a standard double room, including breakfast (1st and 2nd day) Visit of the Egyptian Museum (1st day) Visit of the Royal Palace of Venaria (2nd day) Lunch with typical menu (2nd day) Guided tour of the city including tasting of “Bicerin” or artisan chocolate (2nd day) Visit of the Mole Antonelliana and the National Cinema Museum (3rd day) Transfers by car or equipped minibus, according to request (1st, 2nd, 3rd day) Torino + Piemonte Card 48H, which enables free or discounted access to 180 cultural sites and tourist transport Reservation in recommended restaurants for free meals The program “Turin & Langhe accessible” can be integrated and / or customized with visits and excursions to other sites located in the city and in the immediate vicinity: Royal Palace Madama Palace Royal Armory Palazzo Carignano – Museum of the Risorgimento National Automobile Museum “Duca degli Abruzzi” Mountain Museum Villa of the Queen Eataly, the large food and wine market dedicated to high quality products Castello di Rivoli – Museum of Contemporary Art Giovanni and Marella Agnelli Art Gallery Sacra di San Michele Ask us for all the information you need to plan the trip that best suits your interests and needs.
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Museums Turino: www.museireali.beniculturali.it Egyptian Museum: www.museoegizio.it Stupinigi hunting lodge: www.ordinemauriziano.it (only Italian) Royal Palace of the Venaria Reale: www.lavenaria.it Transports Turino (Map):  www.gtt.to.it Langhe wines and cuisine: www.langheroero.it Mont Blanc skyway: www.montebianco.com Navigation Piedmont & Lombardy Lakes: www.navigazionelaghi.it (In English too) Internal Links:HomeProgramsContacts & How to Book