This tour is a visit to more than 50 buildings (in 1:45/2 hours) in a pictoresque district with cobbled streets not far from the city center. It is designed for those who want to see a different and not-turisty side of Turin's architecture, concentrated in one compact district with painted facades and windows, artistic benches and even a street painting gallery. * This is the first open-air contemporary art museum in an urban center in Italy (and most of people of Turin do not know it!) * I studied Art History at Turin's University and will share with you all my knowledge, but I would like you to express our opinion too, we will make comparisons and learn together, in an informal experience with your LOCAL FRIEND. Being a teacher of Italian for foreigners, you can practice your Italian and ask me whatever you like about Italian culture, lifestyle, etc. I'll be happy to satisfy your curiosity! IMPORTANT The visit can start between 9 and 12pm, depending on the day (even in the afternoon if I'm free): THE SCHEDULE YOU SEE ONLINE IS PURELY INDICATIVE. ✓✓✓ Please WRITE to me BEFORE booking since, depending on your time availability and language, another day/hour would fit you better (the tour can be in 4 languages). Whatsapp: +393394604885 or text here in the section with info about me.
I want to provide what I look for when I travel: good places to visit, good company and good memories! Consider me your LOCAL FRIEND, more than a guide! I was born and raised in Turin and I'm graduated in Art and Cinema History at the University of Turin. I'm a teacher of Italian for foreigners and speak also English, French, Spanish and some Portuguese. In 2010 I started to work for some relocation companies that support the expats in their "new life" in Turin and for several companies which provide them private language tutoring. Being a teacher of Italian, it can also be a chance for you to practice your Italian and ask me whatever you want. I'll be at your complete disposal for any questions you may have about Turin (or Italy): what to visit, where to eat, transport, culture... to make your experience as useful as possible.
- LIST of Turin's attractions / restaurants / gelato shops / activities with price, opening hours, tips
We will walk for maximum 2 hours all over the open-air street art district. It will be a very easy and relaxed walk. Since I'll also share with you my best tips to enjoy your stay, I recommend you to join me on the very first day, so you'll be able to avoid all tourist traps!
- Comfortable shoes
The tour might be bilingual, so I might ask you to change the booked date if better for you and your language understanding. The tour will take place with LIGHT rain and very hot/cold weather, but NOT with HEAVY rain. If you don't find availability, write me and I'll see what I can do!