City profile

Turin is famed for its rich Baroque character and many spacious boulevards. Turin is also home to more than its fair share of historic arcades, grand architecture and street cafes, and is known throughout the world for being the home of the world-famous Turin Shroud.

Turin is filled with beautiful buildings and landmarks, with the Mole Antonelliana being amongst the most impressive, boasting a popular observation deck. The city's major exhibition centre at Lingotto Fiere hosts many trade shows, fairs, festivals and other events.



City Travel

Fly to Milan from: Birmingham, Bristol, Cork, Dublin, East Midlands, Edinburgh, London, Liverpool, Manchester

Train from Milan to Turin: 1h 30m