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  1. Italy
  2. Piedmont
  3. Turin

Turin: Food and Farmers Market Tour

Product ID: 206613
This culinary tour of Turin is perfect for the gourmand in everyone. In groups of up to 12 people, you will have the chance to sample a variety of local delicacies in several different locations during this 4-hour tour.
About this activity
Duration: 4 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
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Live tour guide
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Explore Porta Palazzo, Europe’s largest open-air food market
  • Stop for lunch at a local restaurant in the Quadrilatero Roman
  • Walk along Via Garibaldi to see the beautiful facade of the Palazzo Carignano
Full description
Turin is famed for its great food. It is considered the home of the first ever 'Eataly'. While the city is best known for its chocolate, there is a vast and rich culinary tradition to be explored on this 4-hour tour. 

Meet your guide at the Porta Palatina, an ancient Roman gate, then head into Europe’s largest open-air food market. You’ll wander through the many stalls selling local fruits, vegetables, meats, and cheeses. Then take a lunch break in the Quadrilatero Romano, one of the most picturesque squares in the city. Then visit the stunning Church of the Consolata, a jewel of Baroque architecture.

Afterwards you’ll have the chance to taste Bicerin, the traditional drink of the city. Walk along Via Garibaldi to Piazza Castello, en route to the Palazzo Carignano, home to the Museum of the Risorgimento. Stop at Pepino, the bar that is birthplace of the famous Pinguino. Here you can try the first ever ice cream on a stick.
  • Food and drinks
  • 4-hour walking tour
  • Local guide
What’s Not Included
  • Pickup and drop-off

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Meet your guide at Porta Palatina by the statues. Look for the guide with sign for Turin Food Tour.

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Important information
Know before you go
• A gluten free menu is available