Cheap Flights to Turin

Turin overview

When is the best time to fly to Turin?

With temperatures averaging at 27°C in August, the summer months are considered the best time to book flights to Turin in order to fully enjoy all it has to offer. Even in these high temperatures, the climate in the city centre rarely feels too hot to sightsee or explore in comfort. The summer months also offer a wide range of entertainment for travellers such as festivals, plays, readings and other cultural events. The Traffic Torino Free Festival also takes place in summer and remains the best music event to heart a variety of Italian pop, rock, dance and folk.  To find cooler weather, it is also possible to travel to the hills surrounding the city.

The cheapest times to visit the city are during the off-peak seasons. With summer being the busiest times, any month outside of this will yield discounted accommodation in the city's many hotels, as well as cheap flights to Banjul from most European cities.

City overview

A flight to Turin will connect you with the Piedmont region of northwest Italy, where you can relish in Turin’s beautiful city of historic, architectural and scenic charm. Often called the 'capital of the Alps,' the city is a showcase of Baroque architecture and museums, as well as being a fantastic base to explore the nearby mountains and the exquisite valleys that surround it. Turin enjoys a rich history which is reflected in the numerous museums, art galleries, churches, piazzas, opera houses and parks that attract tourists from all corners of the globe. For those interested in areas of historical and cultural significance, Turin's museums are home to some of the most comprehensive collections of Ancient Egyptian Art in the world. The city is also known for the infamous Shroud of Turin - a piece of cloth widely believed to offer a depiction of Jesus Christ, a symbol of great religious significance. The shroud is kept in the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in the city's thriving centre. Literature, sports and cuisine are also attractions of this unique city. At its very centre are the Piazza Castello and Palazzo Reale, both of which offer stunning and scenic areas in which to relax amidst the thriving hub of the city.

Getting around Turin

Turin offers several convenient ways of getting around the city's many attractions. The GTT operates the public transportation of the city, which includes railway lines, a metro route, tram lines and multiple bus routes which cover the sprawling city centre as well as the surrounding suburbs and nearby towns. There are also taxi and car rental services available.

Getting from the Airport to the City

Flights to Turin are served by, Caselle Aeroporto Internazionale di Torino (TRN), is located only 10 miles (16km) north of the centre of the city. There is an express rail service located very close to the airport terminal, which takes less than 20 minutes to transport passengers to the main railway station in the city centre. There is also a bus service between the airport and the city, as well multiple taxi ranks and car rental services on offer.

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How much do things cost in Turin?

1 mile taxi journey
£ 1.76
1 hour taxi waiting fee
£ 24.87
Petrol (1 litre)
£ 1.15
Taxi - fixed fee
£ 2.66
Cheap meal
£ 11.41
Small bottle of water (0.33 litre)
£ 0.74
3 course meal for 2
£ 38.02
Large bottle of water
£ 0.29
Bottle of wine
£ 3.80
Clothing & Shoes
Pair of jeans
£ 64.32
Pair of Nike trainers
£ 67.08
How much does a beer cost in Turin?
Bottle of beer (imported beer)
£ 1
Local draught beer (0.5 litre)
£ 3
Imported beer (0.33 litre)
£ 3
Bottle of local beer (0.5 litre)
£ 1

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More information about Turin

  • When you’ve made the most of Turin why not head to Milan, and then along the West coast of the Italian Peninsula
  • Book return flights to Turin from the links above. Book in advance to ensure you make the most of your cash
  • Relax in the afternoons in the city’s beautiful Parco del Valentino, and wander around the splendid fountains there
  • Historians should visit the Egyptian Museum of Turin the largest collection of Egyptian artifacts outside Egypt
  • Find time to explore the city’s Roman ruins, including the Palatine Towers – an ancient part of the Roman city gates
  • Go and watch Juventus, Italy’s most successful football club, at the magnificent Stadio Olimpico di Torino
  • As a major Italian city, Turin has a fantastic culture and arts scene, perfect for a romantic break away
  • Discover beautiful religious buildings including the San Giovanni Battista where the Shroud of Turin is housed
  • Visit the links above to find the cheapest return flights to Turin from UK or major European airports
  • Take a stroll along Turin’s piazzas in and around the city centre, or the Roman quarter near Via Sant’Agostino

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