Turin, the green city of Europe, is a treasure trove of enchanting parks. The most famous is the Parco del Valentino in which our experiential path winds, ideal for those who want to combine nature and history in an afternoon walk. The story of an expert naturopath will reveal the history and curiosities of the natural heritage, through the legends, the healing properties, the cosmetic and food uses of the trees, the flowers and the herbs that adorn it.

The experience begins with the enchanting Giardino Roccioso, paved streets, surrounded by exotic plants, flowerbeds, water games and streams. From here, crossing the picturesque medieval village, you can reach the legendary Fountain of the 12 months, an architectural project created for the 1898 National Exhibition. The story continues to the elegant Isabella Bridge. Walking along the right bank of the Po river, follow the road back to Piazza Gran Madre, then climb to the viewpoint of the Monte dei Cappuccini and enjoy the view of the city, with its tree-lined avenues, the crown of mountains and the river.


Where: Parco del Valentino; Monte dei Cappuccini

⇒Duration: 3 hours

⇒Included: Storytelling of an experienced naturopath

⇒Not included: Transfer to/from the meeting point

⇒Languages: Italian. Upon request interpreter service in English and French.

⇒Meeting point: Entrance to the Giardino Roccioso, Parco del Valentino

⇒Ideal for: Those who love nature, curiosities, the history of ancient remedies and the use of plants in the kitchen and enjoy the places of history

⇒Cost: EUR 35/person

⇒What you need: Comfortable shoes.