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Turin Airport, also known as Turin-Caselle Airport, is 16 km from the centre of Turin in the town of Caselle; it is a modern airport having been most recently refurbished in time for the Winter Olympics in 2006. Around 3.5 million passengers pass through this passenger friendly airport each year and it is the proud owner of traveller awards.

Your booking confirmation will give you details of when and where to collect your hire car. The airport arrivals area is a great place for car rental Turin the arrivals desks are easy to find and the pick up should be quick and effecient. You can include other optional extras with your Turin rental car booking such as unlimited mileage.

About Turin Airport

If watching the running of the airport through the large glass wall is not enough to keep you occupied you could try some retail therapy. The airport is home to a selection of shops including food shops, duty free outlet, clothes shops, pharmacy, bookshop and a hairdresser. There is a bank in the arrivals lounge. If you are feeling hungry you could visit one of the many food outlets including a pizza parlour, English style pub, bistro style cafes and sandwich shop.

Tourist Information

Turin in North West Italy is the home of Italy's royal family and this is reflected in its fine architecture. It has grand boulevards and palaces along with public parks, churches and mansions. The Po River runs through the city which is surrounded by the Italian Alps in the distance. Turin has a refined atmosphere with much of the centre filled with elegant 19th century cafes, charming restaurants and imposing churches. It is also the home to the Turin shroud and Fiat the motor car company.

The Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, Duomo di San Giovanni is the home of the Shroud of Turin, stored in a vault and only displayed by papal decree; the last time it was shown was during 2010. Tourin is also full of culture and places of learning including some of the best museums including the very new National Cinema Museum where you can watch classic Italian films on giant screens. The Egyptian Museum with its 30,000 exhibits, dates back to the 1820’s, and displays one of the most important collections of ancient Egyptian artefacts outside Cairo. The Cathedral of Superga near Turin built to commemorate a victorious battle against the French, houses the tombs of the House of Savoy and has beautiful far reaching views of Turin and Alps in the background.

Just east of Turin is the town of Rivoli which is home to the unfinished Castle of Rivoli standing at the top of the Rivoli Hills. The Royal Armoury is located in Turin; it houses some of the best examples of European armoury going back to the 16th century. Not only does Turin offer tourists a fantastic insight into historical Italy it also offer a fantastic choice of open markets including the Porta Palazzo where you can enjoy a real taste of Turin.

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