Taste the chocolate of the master confectioners while visiting the Egyptian museum
A special tour to discover Turin and its link with chocolate. Turin is in fact known as the Italian city of chocolate. The long history between Turin and chocolate began in 1560 when, to celebrate the transfer of the ducal capital from Chambéry to Turin, Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia symbolically served the city a steaming cup of chocolate. And again the famous Gianduiotto, which was born in Turin in 1852 from the genius of Michele Prochet who decided to combine a local product with the chocolate mixture: the hazelnut from the Langhe.
A tour to discover contemporary art in Turin with a final stop at the GAM – Gallery of Modern Art. Turin was the first Italian city that promoted a public collection of modern art as a constitutive part of its Civic Museum, opened in 1863.
A collection of over 45,000 works including paintings, sculptures, installations and photographs in addition to a rich collection of drawings and engravings and one of the most important European collections of artists’ films and videos.
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