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Easytorino - Italian Gourmet Cycling

Turin, Italy
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Scenic bicycle routes, regional specialties, genuine hospitality: ride Torino and Piemonte like a local. All outings are free to join
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Tami T wrote a review Jul 2020
Divonne-les-Bains, France2 contributions
We spent a half day cycling with Roberto through the city, parks and along the river. In these times of Covid, we didn't really want to be indoors with big crowds and this is a great way to feel you are getting a sense of the city - helped by Roberto's excellent local knowledge of Turin and its history. Roberto is a great guide who can intuitively sense when you might be in need of a gelato break and of course has the perfect spot ahead for you. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Janeanne54 wrote a review Sep 2019
Melbourne, Australia5 contributions4 helpful votes
We found the Easytorino site by Googling "cycling in Torino" and contacted Roberto who replied promptly. We were interested in the whole day tour but unfortunately he was booked out and we only had a few days left before moving on. Roberto offered us a four hour tour through the parks and green belts around Torino. Roberto was able to lend us some bikes. They were the best bikes we have had in our trips around Europe. Good quality, in good condition and comfortable. We set off on a very enjoyable morning. First to the beautiful Parco Valentino then along the river. We stopped along the way at places of interest where Roberto would tell us stories of the area. His knowledge of national and local history is solid. Highlights of the trip included the BEST coffee we have had in Italy and the most delicious gelato, very welcome on a warm day. We throughly enjoyed the tour. Roberto is very friendly, has an obvious love of his city and speaks perfect English. He later sent me some details of places around Torino for day trips. We spent the next day in the Langhe wine region and lunched at his favourite restaurant. All perfect. We highly recommend this service. Tip Roberto well. He is worth it!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Jules wrote a review Aug 2019
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Roberto was an amazing guide for our cycle tour along the Po River! Super friendly and knowledgable about the history of the city and Italy in general, he found a perfect balance between unhurried cycling along the river and explaining some of the history of the city. He also knows a thing or two about gelato (try the Hazelnut!). Highly recommended
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Louise A wrote a review Jun 2019
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We did a walking tour with Roberto who told us the history of the city as we wandered. It was a relaxed morning as we passed the sites including the Roman entrance and the Royal palace area. At the market Roberto translated our questions to the delightful couple at the cheese store which meant we were able to return later and pick up some beautiful cheeses. It was the little details that added to this trip. We would not have known about or seen the survivor paintings without Roberto. Roberto’s genuine friendliness made this a lovely introduction to Turin. Forza Roberto!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Jeff G wrote a review May 2019
Florida Keys, Florida15 contributions15 helpful votes
Great way to spend a glad day in Turin. The ride is picturesque along the Po river on mainly paved and gravel auto free paths. Our guide gave a good recap of local history from the Roman occupation of Turin through the Savoys and Emmanuele II to modern Torino. Touring through the parks and gardens while hearing about the historical significance of Turin on bike was much more enjoyable than reading about it. The ride included stops for coffee, pictures and a gelato if your interested. It was nice to have a guide passionate about the history and cycling heritage of the area at a pace which was comfortable and unhurried. Bravo!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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