• Two-night accommodation with full breakfast;
    • All dinners in Hotel;
    • One lunch in a typical restaurant;
    • Professional Tour Guide;
    • Coach;
    • Guided Tours and Admissions to Gardens and Monuments in the tour;
    • Promotuscia Costumer service;
    • Medical luggage insurance.


  • Flights;
  • Drinks during meals;
  • Hotel el Service porterage:
  • Local taxes;




Day 1

Arrival in Torino and check in to a hotel in the city centre. Guided tour of Torino city centre. First capital of the  Kingdom  of Italy,  then considered one of the baroque Europeans capitals, and today capital of contemporary art.

Torino is the centre of the great Italian industry due to the cutting-edge design and  planning  of many great firms committed to important projects. In 2008,  it  became the World Design Capital. Numerous are the public art works such as sculptures, fountains and  lighting. During these years, they testify the changes of the city planning, renovations of   districts, and of a specific area like the passante ferroviario, ( an underground railway line of Torino),  which shows works realized by  Merz, Penone, and Kirkeby,  sculptures realized in squares and gardens by Pomodoro, Varotsos, Stoisa, Didou, Molinari, the high-relief of Mastroianni in bronze on the gate of the Teatro Regio, and the curious Piercing on  an eighteenth century palace in piazzetta Corpus Domini. Not to forget the public art of MAU, the Urban Art Museum  of the picturesque old district:  murals, paintings and sculptures adorn the streets of the district.

Return to the Hotel for dinner.

Day 2

Breakfast in Hotel.

Guided tour of  Venaria Reale. For two centuries, the structure  was neglected, but then  went through a monumental restoration lasted eight years. From Saturday the 13 of October The Grande Corte Regale del Piemonte, will open  its doors to  the public for an exhibition dedicated to Savoy. The Venaria Reale is an old district, a place nowadays  rich in events, and  that reminds us of historical vicissitudes it faced. The impressive  Baroque Palace with its gardens, represents one of the most important art and architecture examples of  the  XVII and XVIII centuries.  The De La Mandria Park,  one of the best protected environments in Europe where numerous species of wild and tame animals live freely, houses a precious historical-architectural  heritage.

Lunch in a typical trattoria in Venaria.

Transfer to Racconigi Castle. The transformation of the Castle is due to Carlo Alberto, seventh prince of Carignano, and then King of Sardegna. The young Prince, before becoming King, already owned the dwellings of his ancestors. The castle and Racconigi park used to be holiday residencies of Savoy family  up to the second war world. Acquired by the state in 1980,  they  went through long and precised restoration works, and in 1987 was open to the public. In 1999  they  became UNESCO world heritage sites.

Return to the hotel and dinner in a typical restaurant.

Day 3

Breakfast in hotel and transfer to Pralormo.

The Countess Pralormo will take you on a wonderful journey to discover the true life of a Piedmontese castle. From March 29 to May 1, the park of the medieval castle of Pralormo will house an extraordinary flowering of more than 75,000 tulips and narcissuses, announcing the spring. Every year this botanical event shows a new plantation, completely renovated in variety and colour. The park of the castle, designed by the architect Xavier Jurten, also  author of the most important gardens of  Savoy residencies, for many years has been hosting this splendid blooming exhibition.

Lunch in a typical  restaurant.

End of the tour.