Spend a day discovering one of the lesser visited cities of Italy but certainly one of the most elegant. The tour begins in the historical heart of Turin, in Piazza Castello. From here enjoy a guided stroll around the center of the city and view its many historic gems such as the Palazzo Reale, also known as the Royal Palace of Turin and the Madama Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Cathedral of Turin, the only sacred building from the Renaissance period in Turin and home to the famous Holy Shroud. The next stop is the Egyptian Museum of Turin, the oldest museum in the world and one of the most popular museums in Italy. The tour wouldn’t be complete without a stop at a historical chocolate shop for a session of sweet tasting!
This ancient city has a long history, originating in 8th c. BC as a Phoenician city, then passing into the hands of the Carthaginians before finally becoming a major Roman city.
Many of Sardinia’s towns are perfect holiday destinations during the summer but Cagliari is a gem that is lovely to visit all year round.
In the heart of Sardinia, there lies an unusual place whose winding paths and wild trails take you on a journey through time.
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