Visit the charming historical centre of Turin and walk through its main squares and stunning palaces.
On this private tour you'll see Piazza Vittorio, the largest square in Europe, Piazza Carlo Alberto (adjacent to the most important museum of the Renaissance) and Piazza Castello, which lies at the heart of the city.
Later on, you will have the opportunity to visit the inside of the imposing Mole Antonelliana, which now houses the National Museum of Cinema.
The Mole Antonelliana is one of the most famous symbols of Turin. The building is home to the first museum of the cinema in the world, as well as a panoramic point of excellence. In the museum, you will have the chance to visit some areas devoted to the different kinds of film categories. Then in main hall, there is a series of small rooms representing a variety of film genres. The museum also houses pre-cinematographic optical devices such as: magic lanterns, earlier and current film technologies, stage items from early Italian movies and other memorabilia.