Mar 18, 2019 - Mar 19, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
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In Turin, you will find two 5-star hotels and resort with prices as low as $174 each night. These are the Principi Di Piemonte and the Allegroitalia Golden Palace. Both resorts are located within a mile of the city center of Turin.
There are more than 30 4-star hotels in or near Turin, Italy. At prices starting at $83 per night, anyone can afford luxury accommodations!
There are over 100 budget friendly hotels in the Turin vicinity, starting at $39 per night.
Turin enjoys a sub-tropical climate and agreeable weather throughout the year. Many choose to visit the area in June and July because of the abundance of sun-filled days. However, the cheapest time to fly from the United States to Turin is in the month of February. Turin is a busy an vibrant city that is a hub of Northern Italy's business and culture, so any time is a great time to visit.
The Gruppo Torinese Trasporti operates all of the public transportation system in Turin and Piedmont region. This includes two rail lines that run to-and-from the suburban areas, one metropolitan subway, eight trams, and about 100 buses. So, it is possible to use public transport to travel around the city center, into the suburbs, and to many of the neighboring cities and towns.
There are also plenty of taxis and hotel shuttles available. If you prefer a rental car, be sure to check out Skyscanner for the cheapest car rentals!
TORINO / TURIN A visit to Torino is the right choice for everyone. A perfect combination for wine, food and lovers of architecture. Also a great place to enjoy museums and the largest market in Italy. Indeed: Torino = Bellisima!
Added to my list of handsome Italian cities you can just keep coming back to - whether it's for the architecture, the food or just soaking up the street life. But the food is the real stand out point - I don't think I've ever had a bad meal in Torino.
Turin is a great city with a really lovely river running through it and lots of atmospheric covered sidewalks. The food and wine from the Piedmont region, which it's in, are excellent.
Some people claim Turin is soulless, drab and underwhelming but I find it a fascinating city all the same.