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Guided tour parks & castles of Turin by bike (suitable for families) / PIEDEMONT

Starting from 650.00

Technical characteristics: 
Easy, suitable for families with children The routes are totally flat; the track is partly asphalt, partly dirt. Only tracks and cycle paths are used.

Bikes: City bike / E-bike


Path length: 195 Km

Difficulty: Easy
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This itinerary begins with a guided tour of Turin’s baroque and medieval historical centre, then moves on to the numerous parks in and around Turin’s belt, the Po Park, the Pellerina Park, the famous Valentino Park, the Mandria Park, the Vallere Park, the Stupinigi Park and the Avigliana Lakes Park. Along the way, there are many former residences of the Savoys, including the Valentino Castle, the Stupinigi hunting lodge, the Venaria Palace, but also small castles such as the Borgo Medioevale in Turin or the Avigliana Castle, whose medieval centre will leave you speechless. In Avigliana, the overnight stay is directly on the lake. You will go along the Valsusa cycle path, which is part of the Via Francigena, and discover the history of the Waldensians in Val Chisone. Finally, we will return to Turin following the beautiful cycle route from Pinerolo!


Day 1: Arrival in Turin around midday
Guided bike tour of the unusual city in the early afternoon and ride along the Po.

Day 2: Turin – Lanzo 36 km  
The cycling route runs through the beautiful Pellerina park and along the river Dora, partly in the large Mandria park, partly on minor roads. Of particular interest are the Residenza Sabauda in Venaria (there will be the possibility of a quick visit), the Mandria palace and farmstead complex with its 6500-hectare park, the cycle path along the Stura river, and the Devil’s Bridge in Lanzo.

Day 3:  Lanzo – Avigliana 45 km
The route winds gently downhill along river banks and cycle paths, partly on minor roads. We will cycle along the Stura and Dora river paths, see the Villa dei Laghi, the sanctuary of San Pancrazio, and the medieval town centre of Avigliana. Overnight stay in a hotel on the Avigliana lake.

Day 4: Avigliana – Pinerolo 40 Km
A beautiful cycle route that runs at the foot of the mountains. We pass through the small village of Frossasco where we visit the Taste Museum. We arrive in medieval Pinerolo, home to the national museum of chivalry.

Day 5: Pinerolo – the valley of the Waldensians 39 km
We head towards Torre Pellice on a scenic balcony route to understand the history of the Waldensians and how they were able to obtain a degree of tolerance from Duke Victor Amadeus II of Savoy in the 17th century.

Day 6: Pinerolo – Turin 35 Km
Today we cycle through the green countryside, passing the Savoy residence of Stupinigi, the Valentino Castle, the Borgo Medievale, the Church of the Gran Madre di Dio, until we reach the city centre.

Day 7: Turin
End of holiday, after breakfast departure, possibility to extend your stay.

Date & Price

Type Bike & Group – Bike &Familu
Departures 17 June – 7 July – 16 September 2023

€ 650,00 Individual fee in double room
€ 520,00 Children up to 12 years of age
€ 180,00 Single supplement
€ 110,00 Bike rental
€ 230,00 E-Bike rental

If third/fourth person sharing room with 2 adults :

From 0 to 2 years Free
Up to 12 years 20% discount

The price includes
– 6 overnight stays in 3*** hotels
– Breakfast
– Half board service (except Avigliana)
– Luggage transport service
– Guided tour of Turin early afternoon
– Accompanying guide
– Telephone assistance
– Medical and luggage insurance

The fee does not include
Return journey to the place of departure, extras in general and everything not expressly indicated in “The fee includes”.

How to get there

Several motorways serve Turin and connect it to other Italian cities. The A4 from Milan or via Milan from Bologna, Florence and Venice is connected to the Piedmontese capital. Those arriving from the south can take the A12 to Genoa, then the A10 to Savona and from there the A6 to Turin.  To consult the correct itinerary

Torino ha due stazioni importanti quella di Porta Nuova dove arrivano la maggior parte dei treni provenienti da Sud e quella di Porta Susa dove fermano e transitano diversi convogli povenienti da Nord e dalla Francia. Controllate sempre orari e partenze on line.

Torino ha un aeroporto il Sandro Pertini, conosciuto da tutti però con il nome di Caselle che dista 15 km dal centro della città. E’ ben collegato alla città di Torino da un servizio bus-navetta, che permette di raggiungere la Stazione di Porta Nuova in circa 40 minuti.


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