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Soak in all that Turin and Italy's Piedmont Region have to offer with a 2-, 3-, or 5-day sightseeing pass. Each pass gets you free or discounted admission to upwards of 200 of the area's galleries, museums, monuments and more. In addition you'll receive reduced ticket entry on the main tourist services of Tourin: City SighSeeing open bus, panoramic lift in the Mole Antonelliana, boats on river Po, Sassi - Superga rack tramway, and the Venaria Express shuttle bus. It's an easy and economical way to explore.
Discover the ancient secrets of pharaohs and mummies at the newly renovated Turin Egyptian Museum. Explore four redesigned floors of exhibits that house one of the largest collections of Egyptian antiquities in the world, with over 30,000 artifacts including papyrus scrolls, sarcophagi, taxidermied animals, and jewelry. Learn about the fascinating culture and mythology of ancient Egypt with an included video guide and multimedia displays.
Get a taste of medieval life in Piedmont plus the region’s gourmet bounty at the Grinzane Cavour Castle, just a short drive from Alba. Check out the Museo delle Langhe section to view artifacts and displays from the castle’s long history and learn about Piedmontese life through the centuries. Sample truffles, wine, and other specialty products, or enjoy a meal among the spectacular hilltop setting at the on-site ‘enoteca’ restaurant.
See all the sights of the Royal Palace of Venaria with your entry ticket booked in advance. Admire the 18th-century palace and its French gardens. Walk through the galleries displaying the once-private art collection of the House of Savoy. See the royal apartments. Enjoy hassle-free access with this entry ticket.
Visit the ancient fortifications, the nineteenth-century gate of Genova da Ponente and the Lanterna, symbol of the city since 1128. Enjoy the view of the city from the panoramic terrace of the lighthouse which, after the tower of Hercules in La Coruna, is the oldest still operating in the world. At 77 meters high, it is the tallest lighthouse in the Mediterranean and the second in Europe. The monument dates back to at least 1128, according to the most widespread date by historians, almost 9 centuries of history that make her the second oldest lighthouse in the world still functioning. The reconstruction of 1543 only partially affected the upper part of the tower. At that time it was on the walls and leads to the west of the city while today, inside the fortifications, there is a museum on the history of the Lantern and which illustrates how a lighthouse works. In 2001 a pedestrian walkway was built to make the Lantern more accessible by connecting the Ferry Terminal to the lighthouse with a section that runs along Via Milano.
A stroll through the heart of Genoa to discover imposing places, hidden gems, tucked away corners, local eateries and drinking holes, typical trattorias, traditional historic shops. A taste of local Focaccia and pasta with pesto (the only true basil is grown here) are part of a true discovery of this difficult and fascinating city. Get astonished by the beauty and richness of the genoese palaces (many of which are today UNESCO World Heritage), enjoy an elevator ride with the locals and be mesmerized by this unique city.
Immerse yourself in the Martini reality among the memories of our past, today's news and the beauty of a future to be written together. Discover our history with a visit to the museums, let yourself be guided in the Martini production plant to learn the secrets behind the iconic products of the brand and conclude with the final tasting signed by Martini.
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- Serralunga d'Alba Castle (Castello di Serralunga d'Alba)
- Port of Savona
- Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale)
- Egyptian Museum (Museo Egizio)
- QC Termetorino
- National Museum of the Automobile (Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile)
- San Fruttuoso
- Cinque Terre National Park (Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre)
- Via Po
- Genoa Cruise Port
- Mole Antonelliana
- Piazza San Carlo
- Turin Duomo (Cattedrale di San Giovanni Battista)
- Castle of Rivoli (Castello di Rivoli)
- Spianata Castelletto
- Genoa Via Garibaldi (Via Giuseppe Garibaldi)
- Palazzo Rosso
- Po River (Fiume Po)
- Piazza Caricamento
- La Morra
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