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Introducing Turin


Turin means “small bull” in Italian. Turin was Italy’s first capital city, and today, the city is the capital of the Piedmont region. You can see traces of both French and Italian cultures in this lovely city. Turin is also the center of transportation within Europe and several major automobile factories are located here. Let’s take a closer look at this popular tourist destination which hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics.

Turin is known for:


History and Art Culinary Skiing Urban

Quick information

NEARBY CITIES
Cuneo (73 km)
Asti (56 km)
Alessandria (91 km)
CURRENCY
Euro (EUR)

COUNTRY CODE
+39

ELECTRIC POWER
L, F, C

TIME ZONE
GMT +1

AVG. PRICE OF A COFFEE
€1.40

AVG. PRICE OF A MEAL (2 PEOPLE)
€50.00

Turin airport information

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT:

It costs €7 to get to Turin city center using the SADEM bus service. The city center is 20 km from the airport and the journey takes about 45 minutes.

Average time from airport: 45 minutes

Distance from airport: 20 km

TAXI:

If you don’t want to waste time waiting for buses, you can get to the city center using the 24 hour taxi service that runs from the airport. The average cost of a taxi from the airport to the city center is €30–€40.

Average taxi price: 30 - 40 euros

CAR RENTAL:

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