Turin Car Hire

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FAQs about car hire in Turin

Most frequently asked questions about hiring a car in Turin

Prices for good deals at Turin airport start at 20 Euros for a Fiat Panda/500.
Turin is up there with Rome and Milan for the most expensive cities of Italy. You’ll spend about €126 per day while visiting.
It’s not necessary but it’s a great idea even if it’s just to see around the city and its popular attractions.
To be able to visit the main tourist attractions of Turin calmly, I recommend spending two days in the city. It has many museums and points of interest, so visiting them will take you a while if you want to know all the history that the city keeps within its walls.
The best time to visit Turin is from late spring to early fall. In those months the weather is usually much more pleasant, especially in summer.
The most economic options begin at €63 for a week, which is €9 per day.
Likewise the cheapest cars for a month begin at €1162, or €38 per day.
The average price of a litre of fuel in Turin can vary between EUR 1.45 and EUR 1.25.