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    02.06.2016 16:30 - in: Stadium & Museum S

    Juventus City Tour triumph

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    The Juventus City Tour is back in action today and on Sunday 5 June, bringing passengers to the landmarks of Turin that shaped and enriched Bianconeri history

    Setting off from Juventus Stadium and heading into the city centre, passing by the club’s old offices in Piazza Crimea, the current headquarters on Corso Galileo Ferraris and the Bianconeri’s old stomping ground, the Stadio Olimpico, en route to the renowned training base in Vinovo before completing the circuit back at J-Stadium.

    This is just an outline of the route enjoyed by passengers on board the Juventus City Tour – the open-top bus journey which allows people to take in the sights and sounds of Turin with a special focus on the landmarks to have enriched the Old Lady’s illustrious history.

    During the three separate tours today – the first two of which were sold out – members of the public and supporters alike were treated to this extraordinary trail, which has been running since March, as tour guides also pointed out any spots owing themselves to the odd anecdote, including former manager Marcello Lippi’s regular tobacconist’s, players’ houses and residences or even their favourite restaurants.

    The attraction has caught the attentions of fans from far and wide, as the testimonies of two happy passengers confirmed this afternoon.

    “We’re Bianconeri fans from Canada. After visiting Juventus Stadium last year, this time around we wanted to jump aboard the Juventus City Tour bus to discover something new about the history of our beloved club,” explained Otion Kodra from Ottawa.

    Words of praise were also forthcoming from supporters hailing from closer to home, such as Carmen Calza of Milan.

    “This really is a wonderful initiative. The tour guides are extremely well prepared and, thanks to them, we got to know plenty of interesting places linked to Juventus’ glorious past.”

    If you would like to indulge in some Bianconeri sightseeing too, you can do so on Sunday 5 June, with tour buses departing at 11.00, 14.00 and 17.00 CEST. For more on bookings and general information, please click here.

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