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Explore the history and beauty of a charming Italian town on this guided walking tour of Asti. See Asti's covered food market, the region's biggest Gothic cathedral, and the old Jewish synagogue, and hear about Asti's Palio, the country's oldest horse race.
Spend an unforgettable day in the Piedmont countryside with this excursion in Barbaresco, including hiking and wine tasting. Take in the sights along a 6-mile (10-km) trail loop. Enjoy a break at a family-owned Barbaresco wine estate, where you sample 4 wines along with a light snack.
Taste your way through the culinary history of a charming northern Italian town with this walking food tour in Asti. Sample local specialties such as cheese, chocolate, bread sticks, and more – the offerings vary with the seasons, so you always sample what's fresh. Visit a typical Italian market and charming food shops. See some of Asti's main sights, like the cathedral, Jewish Ghetto, and Piazza Campo del Palio.
Enjoy 2.5 hours guided experience and together with an expert tour guide discover the magnificent Reggia of Venaria, UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore this palace and you will admire the real Baroque art. While strolling around, be amazed by the elegant and luxurious furnishings preserved. Furthermore you will walk across the enchanting Hall of Diana made by Amedeo Castellamonte as well as you will be suprised by the Great Gallery. Be prepared to make your best pictures of it! Continue your guided tour to the amazing complex of Juvarra: be amazed by the church and the well-known Bucentaur and the spectacular Fountain of the Stag in the Court of Honor. Do not miss the unique chance to make a jump into the past throughout the history of the last Italian Royal Family of Savoy.
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
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