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Turin Guide

Set in the northwest of Italy Turin or Torino as it is known locally is one of the country’s main industrial centres, being best known as the home of the national car manufacturer Fiat.

As with most Italian cities, Turin is a delight to walk around, the many beautiful buildings with their great styling and design seeming to be everywhere. It is also a wonderful place to watch the world go by. Enjoying a cappuccino at a local café, the sunshine lighting up the area and the occupants of the city going about their business, always with that Italian style, a day in Turin can be a great one. Of course having taking a little time out the shops, with all the designer labels you can think of, are just a short stroll away.

Turin Sight Seeing Guide

Try to make sure that you have time in Turin to explore the many sights there. The Turin attractions include the Turin Shroud is one of the best. Other popular sights like the Mole Antonelliana are definitely worth exploring! Turin’s history provides lots for visitors to enjoy.

You can book a Turin city tour before you travel and allow our expert Turin based guides to show you some of Turin’s hidden treasures.

Turin Sporting Guide

As many visitors already know, Turin’s population are all followers of Football, which is played by the Juventus who play at Stadio Delle Alpi. Every year, the biggest event for Turin sporting calendar is undoubtedly Juventus versus Torino at the Stadio Delle Alpi.

Turin Sight Seeing Guide

Try to make sure that you have time in Turin to explore the many sights there. The Turin attractions include the Turin Shroud is one of the best. Other popular sights like the Mole Antonelliana are definitely worth exploring! Turin’s history provides lots for visitors to enjoy.

You can book a Turin city tour before you travel and allow our expert Turin based guides to show you some of Turin’s hidden treasures.

Climate Guide to Turin

Find out when is the best time to visit Turin thanks to our simple guide to the climate in Turin. The table below shows the average temperatures in Turin over the course of a year in Turin.

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Driving in Turin

All you need to drive a car in Turin is your regular UK license. For security in Italy, make sure your license is valid before you go to Turin.
On the road in Turin, as with the rest of Italy, it is the law to drive on the right side of the road. It is easy to book car rental in Turin online before travelling to Italy and there are several car hire offices in Turin where you can pick up your car.

Your Guide to Turin Airport

Turin International Airport can be found 10 miles to the north of Turin. The airport's IATA code is TRN - flights take 2 hours flight from London. Regular buses operate into Turin, and taxis are also available. Turin International Airport has many shops to browse before you fly, offering souvenirs from your time in Turin.

Turin Consulate

If you get into trouble in Turin, or just need some advice, the Turin British Consulate is the place to go.

British Honorary Consul
Via Madame Cristina 99
10126 Turin

Telephone: 39) 011 650 92 02

Turin: The Facts

City Name: Turin
Country: Italy
Language: Italian
Currency: Euro
Time Difference: GMT + 1
Electricity Supply: 220V AC 50Hz

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