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#1
Zoom Torino

Zoom Torino is the first immersive 'Bioparco' in Italy, where visitors can experience over 80 different animal species across 9 recreated habitats. Zoom Torino immerses you in the animal's territory by using natural barriers instead of bars and cages. It's located in Cumiana, near Turin, northern Italy.

4.6 (245 reviews)
#2
Turin City Cards

Uncover the hidden gems of Turin with a City Card

4.6 (293 reviews)
#3
Palace of Venaria Reale

La Venaria Reale is the former royal residence of the House of Savoy and is located just outside Turin in northern Italy. The palace complex has a sprawling 80,000 square meters of impeccably Baroque interior spaces, plus 60 hectares of gardens – almost all of which are open to visitors.

4 (1 review)
#4
Egyptian Museum

Discover the history and tales of an ancient civilization

4.6 (398 reviews)
#5
Royal Palace of Turin

Explore the residence of the Savoia royal family, showcasing baroque architecture

4.6 (329 reviews)
#6
Musei Reali Torino

Take a deep dive into the Italian culture and Turin's rich history at the Musei Reali di Torino, or Royal Museums Turin. Explore 2,000 years of history, spanning from the city's start as a Roman settlement, to its Savoy history, right up to Turin's monumental role in the unification of Italy. The myriad museums include the Royal Armory, the Savoy Gallery, and the Archaeological Museum, just to name a few!

4.6 (328 reviews)
#7
Hop-on Hop-off Tours Turin

Hop-on, hop-off bus tours are a popular way to explore the city of Turin, Italy. These tours typically feature open-top double-decker buses that make regular stops at key landmarks and tourist attractions throughout the city. The tours typically include audio commentary in multiple languages, and often provide discounts or special access to certain museums or other sights. They are a great way to see the city and plan your own itinerary.

4.4 (20 reviews)
#8
QC Terme Pré-Saint-Didier

At the foot of Mont Blanc lies the commune of Pré-Saint-Didier, a pearl of the Aosta Valley noted for its thermal wellness opportunities, which were discovered by the ancient Romans and appreciated by the royal family of Savoy. QC Terme Pré-Saint-Didier is a sanctuary in the mountains, a place to truly unplug and recharge. Take your pick of saunas, steam rooms, outdoor pools, whirlpools, waterfalls, and more, all pumped full of restorative spring water.

4.4 (112 reviews)
#9
The National Museum of Cinema - Mole Antonelliana

Explore a synagogue designed by architect Alessandro Antonelli in 1863

4.6 (314 reviews)
#10
Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile

The Automobile Museum in Turin, Itlay boasts a collection of over 200 original cars and 80 makes from all over the world. The collection is linked to the history of its founder, Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia, who gathered cars, chassis and engines with huge enthusiasm and determination! A must for motorheads all over the world.

4.6 (301 reviews)

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