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Where to pick up your car
There are over 17 car hire locations in Turin, and the most popular location is Turin Airport.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Turin are Alamo, Sicily By Car, Budget, Locauto and Avis.
Warmest month: July (21°C).
Coldest month: January (3°C).
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Hire a car in Turin
Italy’s original capital, Turin is a forward-thinking city that likes to reminisce about the past.
The city’s grid-laid streets intersect at triumphant arches and lively squares, while elegant Baroque architecture reminds visitors of its rich heritage. From chocolate to cars, Turin is Italy’s northwest industrial powerhouse. The city is famously home to the iconic Fiat and its contemporary café culture only complements a long 500-year-old history of chocolate making.
Planted at the foothills of the Alps, Turin is the country’s best outpost for those looking for stunning drives to mountains and valleys. Search with easyCar to compare the top car hire suppliers in Turin and veer off onto Italy’s hidden trails.
Sights to see
Although many people visit Turin for business engagements, the city is in fact a historic and charming destination filled with cultural and architectural treats. Turin is a beautiful place to spend a weekend, or even enjoy a longer stay.
Things to do in Turin
While business travellers usually head to the hectic industrial suburbs and the car factories nearby, visitors to central Turin are in for a pleasant surprise. Elegant, lively and steeped in cultural heritage, the city is a fascinating place to explore and a beautiful place to admire. The main landmark in the city, and the symbol of Turin, is the towering Mole Antonelliana, one of the highest stone buildings in Europe. Built in 1863 it is currently used as the location for the National Cinema Museum featuring a wonderful collection of permanent and temporary exhibits celebrating Italian cinema and television. Other striking features in the city include the formidable Roman tower Porte Palatine, the Palazzo Madama in Castle Square and the beautiful Basilica Di Superga. Those looking for a little culture are spoilt for choice. The city boasts over forty museums and galleries and has a thriving theatre and cinema scene. There’s so much to see and do in Turin that you might not have time to visit the excellent selection of boutiques, fine restaurants and vibrant bars!
Turin: Discover more
Turin is surrounded by some breathtaking scenery. In less than an hour you could be in the mountains, swimming in freshwater lakes or relaxing on a sandy beach. Rent a car in Turin and you can explore this wonderful area at your own pace.