If you're on the hunt for a low-cost stay, check out Residence Valdocco with rates starting from 84US$ or Albergo Guido Reni where prices start at 74US$. Bamboo Eco Hostel is a beneficial alternative that is situated 25 minutes' walk from Piazza Solferino and offers a free parking lot and free private parking. Situated in Aurora Vanchiglia district, Open011 offers simple accommodation about a 30-minute walk from Mole Antonelliana.
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Turin airports & Subway stations
If you're looking for an apartment near Turin airport, Casale Ricci Bed & Breakfast is conveniently situated less than 0.8 miles from the airport. Liberty is a great option situated 10 minutes walk from Porta Nuova metro station that also offers a sauna, a Jacuzzi and tubing. To take advantage of public transport in Turin, think over booking Residence Star that is right close to Porta Susa train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you're planning on visiting Turin, then staying at a central hotel like Best Quality Hotel Gran Mogol or Piazza Vittorio Suites would be an excellent choice. An option near the city center is Bellezia next to Royal Palace of Turin. If you are interested in staying in Centro district, Hotel Concord is around 20 minutes away on foot from Monumento alla Madonna della Consolata.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Turin
Grand Hotel Sitea, a stylish luxury choice, is only a 10-minute walk from Monumento a Guglielmo Pepe. Allegroitalia Golden Palace is also a great boutique hotel, being only 15 minutes' walk from Officine Grandi Riparazioni, that also offers an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a patio. Idea Hotel Torino Mirafiori is a top-rated chain hotel in Mirafiori district, and is situated within easy reach of Parrocchia San Remigio.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling with a family to Turin, you may wish to find apartments near Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, then book Residence Nizza - Torino or Residenza Il Nespolo. Orologio Living Apartments is a great B&B with views of the mountain, situated within a short walk of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The Hotel Roma E Rocca Cavour is situated 1 miles away from Guglia Beccaria. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the sea, we offer to pick Matteotti25 near Market Crocetta Torino, which is a popular resort in Turin.
City Guide: Discover the best of Turin
Turin is a city undergoing constant change.
The 2006 Winter Olympics brought changes to Turin making it more than an industrial city, but a re-emerging cultural center. A host of Olympic-orientated innovations transformed Turin into an elegant destination for chic vacations.
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Turin will greet you with baroque architecture, art nouveau cafés and rich museum collections, but everything takes a back seat before the symbol of this city - the Mole Antonelliana. This is a beautiful church, but it retains more than architecture, but the main draw for all pilgrims and the most controversial historical artifact - the Holy Shroud of Turin. It is believed that Christ's body was wrapped with it after the crucifixion.
Other attractions include;
- The National Cinema Museum covers 3,200sqm of art exhibits
- Valentino Park, the biggest park in Turin situated along the Po River
- Cathedral of Superga, built in thanksgiving for a battle against French
- Museo dell'Automobile houses over 170 vehicles from the 18th century cars to Formula 1 racers
Sight-goers have much to do in Turin, but some tourists avoid the guided tours of the city, but come for local cuisine such as Lavazza coffee, Gianduja – chocolate, and Vermouth.
Turin wasn't always attractive tourist destination, but small Romanian settlement with only 5000 inhabitants in the 1st century BC. By the end of the 13th century Turin’s population swelled to 20,000 residents and it became the most influential city of the country. In the 15th century the cityscape was changed by the construction of a university, palaces and gardens and in 1871 the Fréjus Tunnel reshaped the city toward an important transportation hub. After, the city became a focus for immigrants and its population increased to 1.5 million by 1975.
Today Turin is a big city with more than one million residents and situated on the River Po north from Italy at alpine background. This area has not remained constant through the years but pioneered a host of changes from cobbled streets to highways and baroque relics toward contemporary arts. ''New Turin'' can be captured only on your trip there with Booked.net.