Enjoy spectacular views of enchanting Turin from the top deck of an open top tour bus
If you are looking for a unique solution to discover Torino Italy's first capital, hop on the City Sightseeing bus!
Enjoy the charm of a city that boasts over 2000 years of history and yet it is stretched to the future. City Sightseeing Torino features 3 routes: the classic Torino City Centre (line A), to be fascinated by the National Cinema Museum, the Egyptian Museum and the hill overlooking the Po river with the Valentino Park. The B line, Unexpected Torino is the fastest way to reach unexplored sites and find out the new face of the city: the renewed Automobile Museum, Lingotto, Eataly, the Olympic venues and Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi.
The new C line Royal Residences comfortably leads you to the Juventus Stadium&Museum and to the the Royal Residence of Venaria, La Mandria Castle and to the Rivoli Castle, all listed “World Heritage Sites” by UNESCO.
All buses are equipped with a 8 languages digital audio system (Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Portuguese) and with free wi-fi.
Let City Sightseeing help you plan your stay in Turin
Turin is much more than the sum of its monuments: an urban cosmos teeming with ideas and culture, a large part of its appeal lies in its enchanting geographic position at the foot of the western Alpine arch, watched over by the snow-capped peaks.
Italy's first capital offers incomparable vistas in the town centre streets and the long colonnaded boulevards, balanced between the measured sumptuousness of Piedmont Baroque and the rational Roman town planning. It allures by welcoming visitors to the aristocratic and imposing spaces of Piazza Castello, the historic centre of the city, while its historical cafés and restaurants prove that it is queen of taste and conviviality: so it is impossible to not be tempted by the lively pace of its citizens, particularly the 'aperitif' time and the ritual of drinking chocolate, the legacy of that famous charm whose chief exponent are the Royal Residences, listed “World Heritage Sites” by UNESCO in 1997.
A City Sightseeing bus tour is the most fun and informative way to plan your stay
The city is also assuming a new appearance thanks to its role as the capital of contemporary art and to the particular attention dedicated to innovative architecture on the heritage of its industrial soul. The best example of this changes are the Lingotto complex, an imposing industrial building renewed and turned into new spaces with new uses, and the so called “Olympic district” realized for Torino's Twentieth Winter Olympic Games in 2006.
The Olympic Stadium, the Palaolimpico and the Oval Olympic Arena are just some impressive projects proving Turin’s yearnings towards future and progress.