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Pick up your hire car at Turin Airport and enjoy laid-back hospitality in town and Olympic-standard ski slopes just a short drive away.

60-second guide to Turin airport

in its own head

"If you're looking for a timeless holiday destination, rich history, amazing food and the coolest cafe culture, Turin is the place!"

but more realistically

It may be a sightseer's dream but that doesn't mean Turin winds down at night. By aperitif time, the streets are buzzing with enough bars, restaurants and clubs to keep you going until dawn.

the vibe

'Rush' isn't a word you come across in Turin. The laid-back atmosphere makes it the perfect location for families or couples looking for together time.

the natives

The people of Turin welcomes tourists, they are friendly, polite and as sweet as their infamous chocolates.

the weather

The usual continental fare, expect hot summers and cold winters.

the local speciality

Turin is Italy's capital of chocolate. Make sure to try a bicerin, a small cup with three separated layers of milk, espresso coffee and chocolate.

the celebrity

Carla Bruni, singer, model, and wife of French president Nicolas Sarkozy, hails from Turin.

did you know?

Following pressure from female skiers at the 2006 Turin Olympics, the skiing community scored a victory for equality and women are now allowed to race on the same downhill courses as men.

they say

"Tranquil, almost solemn. A classic landscape for the eyes and the feet ... I'd never have believed that a city, thanks to its light, could become so beautiful!" - German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche

5 to see in town...

1. The Egyptian Museum of Turin

The largest collection of Egyptian antiquities outside Cairo, established in 1824. A brilliant place for mummies. And Daddies.

where to park?

Find a place to park in Via Princip Amedeo or any of the surrounding side streets.

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2. Palazzo Madama

An impressive museum, briefly the seat of the provisional French government during the Napoleonic Wars and nearly as old as the ancient art it houses.

where to park?

There are places to park on either Piazza Castello or the streets surrounding the Ciardino Reale Park.

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3. Turin Cathedral

Home to the Turin Shroud though, unless you're very lucky, you'll have to make do with visiting the reproduction. It's the only example of Renaissance architecture in the city.

where to park?

Park on either Via Parta Palatina or the surrounding streets of Ciardino Reale Park.

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4. Mole Antonelliana

It started its life as a sacred spot, intended to be a huge synagogue, but when building costs spiralled it became a different sort of shrine as a museum of cinema.

where to park?

You'll find a space to park on Via Montebello.

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5. Palatine Towers

If you like your ancient Roman-cum-medieval structures you can fill your boots with this former city gate. One for the cultural photo album.

where to park?

There is an underground car park attached to the museum.

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and 4 to drive to...

1. Sestriere

Sestriere hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics - but it's just as famous for its apres-ski scene as for its impressive slopes. The resort forms part of the famous 'Milky Way' ski circuit, a magnificent area with over 250 miles of pistes, with excellent skiing for all abilities.

how to get there?

Follow the A32 to exit 9-Oulx Circonvallazione. Merge into the SS24 and take the 2nd exit at the roundabout onto Via Roma/SR23. Continue to follow the SR23 to Sestriere. The journey should take around an hour and a half.

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2. Brusson

With largely red and blue slopes, Brusson is the perfect resort for amateur skiers who don't want to fight for their lives against the black-run pros.

how to get there?

Pick up the A55 and continue on to the A5. Take exit Verres and exit onto the Via Caduti per la Libertá at the roundabout. Turn left at Via Canonici Regolari Lateranensi/SR45 and continue to follow the SR45 towards Brusson. The drive should take just over an hour.

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3. Alba

Alba is perfect for those wanting a more intimate holiday, as it's set in a small and picturesque village. There is, however, 110 miles of runs and 30 miles of cross-country trails to get those glutes working.

how to get there?

Pick up the A55 and continue on the A6. Take the exit onto the A33 towards Asti. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Regione Piana/SP7 and continue to follow the SP7 to Alba. It takes just over an hour to reach by car from Turin.

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4. Palazzina di Caccia of Stupinigi

The palace and grounds of this World Heritage Site were built as a royal hunting lodge in the 18th Century and are well worth a visit. Take a stroll around the opulent buildings and go wildlife spotting in their woodlands.

how to get there?

Follow the Corso Giovanni Agnelli and take the 2nd exit onto Corso Unione Sovietica at Piazzale Caio Mario. Continue on the SS23/Viale Torino, following signs for Palazzina di caccia di Stupinigi. It should take under half an hour to reach by car.

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