Why You Should Visit Turin ?

Turin is a vibrant city where you can have an offbeat Italian experience far away from the crazy crowds. It is a bustling vacation hotspot where you will find the perfect melange of the new and the old. Beyond its old-world charm, Turin is a treasure trove of cultural sites, historic spaces, and lip-smacking local food. It is surrounded by alpine mountains and is a great mix of Italian, French and alpine beauty. Turin is also known as 'the Paris of Italy' because of its royal past and fascinating architecture. Walk through the grand boulevards to appreciate its beautiful historical architecture, intricately designed churches, and old-school tramways. You can enjoy Italy's finest chocolate Ferrero Rocher and the delicious spread of Nutella. It is also a renowned wine region as some of the best red wines are produced here.

The city also boasts tons of green spaces with various parks, piazzas, and gardens all around. Whether you're looking for a spiritual sojourn, heart-thumping action, a holiday to recharge and relax, or a stroll through ancient history, this Italian gem has it all. So book the Turin city pass now to recount the hidden tales of this city!

Top Turin Attractions Tickets

With Turin pass get a chance to explore some of the top most attractions of the city like Piazza San Carlo, Parco del Valentino, The Cathedral and the Holy Shroud and San Lorenzo. These attractions glorify the rich history and culture of the city and are an important part of its legacy.

Head to Santuario di Santa Maria Consolatrice to experience spiritual bliss and explore Parco del Valentino to have a relaxing break immersed in nature. You can also visit The Cathedral and the Holy Shroud, a Roman Catholic Church dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. Learn about the Savoy royal family by visiting San Lorenzo and head to Santuario di Santa Maria Consolatrice to see religious iconography, beautiful paintings, and a few impressive frescos.

Turin Museum Tickets

With the Turin museum pass you can explore the popular museums like Musée du Risorgimento, Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile, Mole Antonelliana and Museo Egizio. These museums are an absolute paradise for art lovers and give you a chance to retrace the city’s rich history.

If you're a car buff, then you must visit Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile that hosts around two hundred old and new vehicles. Learn about the life of Pietro Micca and 1706 siege of Torino by visiting Museo Pietro Micca e dell'assedio di Torino del 1706 and get insights into the Unification of Italy by heading to Musée du Risorgimento. Stay in awe as you see the Renaissance and Gothic paintings at Civic Museum of Ancient Art and check out important art pieces from Eastern countries by visiting the Museum of Eastern Art. Discover the history of the Juventus Football club by heading to the Juventus Museum and see the collections of the Civic Museum of Ancient Art at Palazzo Madama.

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How To Reach Turin

By Air: Turin's international airport is located fifteen kilometers north of the city center and is connected to the city by a convenient motorway. The main carriers are Air France, Lufthansa, and Turkish Airlines. Alitalia is the flagship airline of Italy, which operates flights from some Italian and European cities. The airport has excellent connectivity to the city by bus, taxi, and train.

By Train:- Turin has three railway stations, Porta Susa, Lingotto FS, and Porta Nuova.

  • Porta Susa and Porta Nuova stations are dedicated to long-range and mid-range trains.

  • Porta Susa serves trains to the northern regions of Italy, and Porta Nuova serves trains to the southern regions of Italy (Genoa, Rome, Florence, Bologna).


What are the best attractions to see in Turin?

    • Mole Antonelliana: Buy the Turin city pass and get access to Mole Antonelliana, the architectural symbol of Turin. It was earlier a synagogue, but now it houses memorabilia and equipment from the earliest days of film production.

    • Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo:With the Turin city pass, you can explore Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, one of the best destinations in the city for viewing experimental contemporary art.

    Castello di Rivoli:Castello di Rivoli is currently home to the museum of contemporary art of Turin. The museum has an extensive collection of contemporary art complemented by Old Master, great medieval and modern paintings.

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