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A former industrial city in Italy, Turin was dramatically renovated for the 2006 Olympic Games. Now, it's one of Italy's most charming cities to visit! Turin's Baroque, Rococo, Neo-Classical, and Art Nouveau architecture is well-known across the world. Many of Turin's public squares, castles, gardens, and palazzi, such as the Palazzo Madama, were created between the 16th and 18th centuries. In and around the city are a slew of palaces and mansions known as the Residences of the Royal House of Savoy, all of which have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Those who seek classic grandeur and romanticism will find plenty to appreciate in Turin. For a memorable trip, make sure to book your Turin car hire in advance with Enjoy Travel for the best deals!

Guide of Turin


Located in northern Italy, Turin is a major commercial and cultural hub. It is the capital of Piedmont and the metropolis of Turin and served as the first Italian capital from 1861 to 1865. The western Alpine arch and Superga Hill surround the city, which is mostly located on the Po River's western bank below the Susa Valley. It is bounded on the west and north by the Alps, and on the east by a steep hill that is a natural extension of the hills of Monferrato.

Climate in Turin

Like Grenoble, Turin has a humid subtropical climate in the mid-latitudes. Summers are pleasant in the hills and scorching on the plains, with temperate winters and dry summers. Spring and autumn are the two seasons with the most rain. During the winter, snowfalls are prevalent. The best time to visit Turin is between mid-April and mid-June when the weather is most pleasant. September, too, is an excellent month.


The city was formerly an important political hub in Europe. However, as a result of World War II, Turin lost most of its political importance but became a significant European crossroads for trade and industry, making it part of the "industrial triangle" alongside Milan and Genoa.

Things To Do in Turin

See the Mole Antonelliana and the National Cinema Museum

The Mole Antonelliana, with its lofty pointed basilica looming over the skyline, is one of Turin's most famous landmarks. This Turin crown jewel, built in 1889, has been dubbed the "Eiffel Tower of Italy." The basilica is illuminated at night and serves as a beacon, visible from most sections of the city. Formerly a Jewish synagogue, it now houses the National Museum of Cinema. It is worth noting that Italian cinema started in Turin. Cinephiles will enjoy the fantastic displays scattered over five levels, displaying everything linked to movies, such as magic lanterns, cinematic props, movie reels, and even Star Wars saga helmets. In addition, the observation platform on the museum's top level provides a panoramic view of the city.

Admire the Palazzo Madama and the Turin City Museum of Ancient Art

The Palazzo Madama, located in Piazza Castello, was built in the first century BC and served as a defensive stronghold under the Roman Empire. It became a palace in the 13th century after extensive repair and remodelling throughout the years. The palace's baroque façade has elegant columns and a sculpture-adorned fence. It now houses the Turin City Museum of Ancient Art. There is a wonderful collection of Mediaeval art here, including sculptures, pottery, and drawings. After that, take the elevator to the rooftop terrace for a panoramic view of Turin.

Discover the Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum, or Museo Egezio, is located in the city centre between the Piazza Castello and the Piazza San Carlo. It should surely be on your Turin itinerary. It displays almost 26,000 items and artefacts relating to ancient Egyptian history and archaeology. It consists of four storeys and various exhibition rooms. Following renovations, it reopened to the public in 2015 with an impressive collection of artefacts, including an Ibi Sarcophagus, Papyrus Scripts with intricate hieroglyphic writing, and Statuettes of Ramses II, Sekhmet, and Seti II. Spend at least a couple of hours exploring this magnificent and interesting museum.

Eating Out in Turin

Turin is proud of its gastronomic culture, which includes a number of restaurants, trattorias, and cafés. Here are our top recommendations. A piola is a relaxed restaurant that offers modest traditional fare. Da Cianci Piola Caffe, situated near Piazza Castello, is well-known for delivering excellent meals at reasonable prices. Enjoy the carne cruda, a local variation of the French steak tartare, and the antipasto misto. We suggest making a reservation in advance. A superb dining institution, Circolo degli Lettori, is a hidden treasure nestled in the magnificent Palazzo Graneri della Roccia. It is the ideal spot for breakfast in Turin. Inside its luxurious decor, you will appreciate the friendly environment and warmth of the personnel. Tra Galline is a tiny restaurant known for its meat dishes: agnolotti ai tre arrosti, which is made with three distinct types of meat; and bollito misto, which is served with a variety of sauces.



Turin is served by Turin Caselle Airport (TRN), which is an international airport located 16 km north-northwest of Turin.

Getting Around Turin

Turin has an excellent public transportation system that includes buses, the metro, and trams. GTT has about 80 lines that cover all locations. There are both electric shuttle buses and weekend night buses. The quickest method to move about town is to use the Turin Metro, Italy's first completely automated metro. Many visitors also opt to hire a car if they plan on visiting the surrounding villages. This option is especially preferred by business travellers (who are often on a tight schedule), honeymooning couples, and families with children or those travelling in large groups. Whatever your reasons may be, Enjoy Travel has got you covered!

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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.

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