A century of crimes and unsolved mysteries with Turin as scenario of thrillers, intrigues, sensational facts and cases of crime news.
Info & Booking
Date: Thursdays at 09:00 p.m.
Departure / Arrival: Piazza Statuto 15
Lenght: 2 hours and 30 minutes
Available in Italian only
All client cancellations must arrive up to 2 days before the date of the tour to be reimbursed free of charge. Further cancellations imply no refund possible. Clients arriving late will not be reimbursed for the missed visit, nor will a client who gets separated from the group during the visit or who does not complete the visit. In case of cancellation of a tour by the tour operator for reasons of force majeur, clients will only be reimbursed for the amount paid for the tour. Tour operator is not responsible for any additional costs in connection with the reimbursement.
If you love a chilling story, this tour is for you! Follow your knowledgeable guide through a century of crimes and unsolved mysteries with Turin as the backdrop for thrillers, intrigues, sensational facts and cases of crime news.
This unusual evening tour takes you through a series of thrilling stories and anecdotes from the 19th century to our days - from the chilling theories of Cesare Lombroso (a criminologist, physician, and founder of the Italian School of Positivist Criminology) to the enigma of Diabolik, from the murder on Via della Zecca to the macabre mystery of Bella Rinin, 1925. Discover the Turin that was the location for the 1975 crime thriller movie “Deep Red,” with the exclusive night entrance to "Le Nuove," Torino’s judicial prison, built between 1862 and 1870 during the reign of Vittorio Emanuele II.