Where to Stay in Turin, Italy - Best Areas & Hotels
Where to Stay in Turin, Italy - Best Areas & Hotels

Where to Stay in Turin: Best Areas & Hotels

Wondering about the best areas to stay in Turin? From Centro Storico's baroque opulence to the romantic Borgo Po and the hip Aurora, these are the best quarters and hotels in the city.
Wondering about the best areas to stay in Turin? From Centro Storico's baroque opulence to the romantic Borgo Po and the hip Aurora, these are the best quarters and hotels in the city.

Dubbed the “cradle of Italian liberty,” the “Capital of the Alps” and the “Magic City,” Turin lives up to its many nicknames. Nestled at the foot of the Alps in northwestern Italy, Torino, as is known in Italian, is a city with an extraordinary historical and artistic heritage; from Baroque royal residences to Art Nouveau and eclectic buildings and world-renowned museums, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is definitely a city worth knowing. If you are looking for the best areas to stay in Turin, you have come to the right place.

One of the great things about visiting Turin is that, while it is the fourth-most populous city in the country, the Piedmontese capital is still miles away from the visitor numbers found in other Italian travel destinations, making it feel more human and enjoyable. Among Torino’s unmissable tourist attractions, you’ll find the Residences of the Royal House of Savoy, the Egyptian Museum, the Mole Antonelliana & Cinema Museum, Borgo Po and the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist. From an accommodation perspective, Turin has it all, from numerous boutique and luxury hotels in its city centre to small, often family-run budget properties.

Whether you’re visiting Turin for sightseeing, a business trip, or as part of a route through the north of Italy, keep reading this list of our top picks of best areas to stay in Turin for tourists.

Best area to stay Eurovision Turin

Where to Stay in Turin for Eurovision 2022

If you’re looking for the best area to stay in Turin for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, then you may want to consider booking your accommodation around the Pala Alpitour arena. Located next to the Olympic Grande Torino Stadium, this will be the venue where the event will take place. Some of the best places to stay near the Eurovision 2022 venue include AC Hotel Torino by Marriott, DoubleTree by Hilton Turin Lingotto and Astor Hotel.

That said, you could also choose to stay in a more lively district, like Centro Storico, and still be close to the glitz and glamour of the Eurovision performances. Alternatively, staying near the Porta Nuova train station allows you to be within walking distance from the arena and, if you’re travelling to Turin for Eurovision 2022, you will be able to move around Piedmont and Italy and reach other Turin neighbourhoods thanks to its metro connections.

Accommodation Options in Turin
The Best Areas to Stay in Turin: A Summary

If you don’t have the time or the patience to read this article in full, here is a quick summary of our recommended areas to stay in Turin. Keep reading to find out more information about each of these districts.


What’s the Best Area to Stay in Turin, Italy?

Home to most attractions, food markets, restaurants and nightlife, Centro Storico is the best location for tourists in Turin.
Home to most UNESCO sites, attractions, food markets, restaurants and nightlife, Centro Storico is the best location for tourists in Turin. Our absolute favourite hotel in the area is Principi di Piemonte.

The best area to stay in Turin is Centro Storico, especially if it is your first time visiting the city. Torino’s Old Town is home to most of the UNESCO-listed Residences of the Royal House of Savoy, Baroque squares, Roman-era structures and the city’s most impressive cultural attractions, including the Egyptian and Cinema museums. This ancient central district is also home to some of the best-rated hotels in Turin.

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Best Hotels in Turin Old Town


Where to Stay in Turin for Sightseeing

The best area to stay in Turin's City Centre is the Quadrilatero. A fantastic property in this section of the old Town is NH Torino Santo Stefano
The best area to stay in Turin’s City Centre is Il Quadrilatero Romano. A fantastic property in this section of the old Town is NH Torino Santo Stefano (pictured).

As mentioned above, Turin’s Centro Storico is the best location for tourists in the Piedmontese capital. That said, the city centre is divided into many different quartieri, each with a different flavour and attractions. These are some of the most exciting areas:


The Best Areas for Tourists in Turin: District by District

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1. Centro Storico: Best Location in Turin for Sightseeing

Turin Centro Storico Accommodation Map

Home to the city’s most visited tourist attractions, the Historic City Centre is the the best area to stay in Turin for sightseeing.

    Why is this the best area to stay in Turin:
  • Heart of the city
  • Residences of the Royal House of Savoy UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Roman ruins
  • Mole Antonelliana
  • Egyptian Museum
  • Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist & Shroud of Turin
  • Boutique & luxury hotels
  • Great nightlife & food scene

The Historic Centre of Turin is located on the western bank of the Po and is home to Turin’s main attractions. Unlike most Italian medieval cities, which usually include a tangle of narrow streets connecting the main piazzas, Turin’s city centre features a fairly uniform grid layout.

The area is centred around Piazza Castello, one of the main squares in the city. Designed in 1584, it was used by the Savoy as a place used for public events. Considered the heart of the Residences of the Royal House of Savoy UNESCO site, Castello is home to palaces and important buildings including the Royal Palace complex, Galleria Sabauda, Museo Archeologico, Palazzo Chiablese, and the Cappella della Sindone, home to the Shroud of Turin.

A few metres west of Castello lies the Quadrilatero Romano, Turin’s oldest quarter, where Julia Augusta Taurinorum was founded. The area is still recognizable by its network of orthogonal streets and is home to several stretches of the walls and a few gates that have survived to this day. Other than Roman remains, the Quadrilatero area is known for being Turin’s main shopping and nightlife district, especially along Piazza Palazzo di Città and the pedestrianised Via Garibaldi.

Piazza San Carlo, located south of Piazza Castello and dedicated to San Carlo Borromeo since 1618, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful squares in Turin. It is home to numerous sights, including the equestrian statue of Emanuele Filiberto, the baroque twin churches of Santa Cristina and San Carlo and the famous Egyptian Museum of Turin. Opened in 1824, the Museo Egizio di Torino is the oldest Egyptian museum in the world and is considered the second-most important, only after one in Cairo.

Perhaps Turin’s most important tourist attraction, the Mole Antonelliana, located east of Piazza Castello, is a domed 168-metres tall 19th-century building offering breathtaking views of the city and the Alps. The National Museum of Cinema, located inside the Mole, offers an interesting collection of the history of Italian and international cinema.

Other unmissable attractions in Turin’s Historic City Centre include the Palazzo Carignano, home to the museum of the Risorgimento, the Museum of Eastern Art, displaying Asian art and crafts, and the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist.

Torino Porta Nuova, located south of the city centre, is Turin’s main railway station. This grand terminus offers commuter, regional, Intercity and high-speed connections to most places in Italy and a few international links. Additionally, Torino Porta Susa station is located nearby. Line one of Metro Torino borders the city centre on the south and west and the city’s tram network crosses the district north to south and east to west, with interchangers on Piazza Castello and along vias Cernala and Po.

When it comes to hotels in Turin’s centre, this district offers the widest variety of accommodation in the city. Most of Torino’s best-rated luxury and boutique properties can be found around piazzas San Carlo and Castello, while the eastern portion of the city centre, near Mole Antonelliana, is packed with privately-owned tourist apartments. Meanwhile, the station area is home to a broad offer of budget properties and several 3-star options.

All and all, Centro Storico is the best area to stay in Turin for sightseeing, as is within walking distance of most historical attractions, museums and transportation hubs.

Best Hotels in Turin City Centre

Principi di Piemonte | UNA Esperienze
Best 5-star hotel
Principi di Piemonte | UNA Esperienze

Built in the 1930s, Principi di Piemonte | UNA Esperienze provides luxurious, modern rooms right in the centre of Turin, less than a 5-minute walk from the Egyptian Museum. The hotel is elegant and stylish, with a restaurant and a bar offering great views.

NH Collection Torino Piazza Carlina
Best 4-star hotel
NH Collection Torino Piazza Carlina

Offering 2 rooftop terraces, NH Collection Piazza Carlina is located in a 17th-century building in Turin’s historic centre, a 5-minute walk from Piazza Vittorio Veneto and 800 m from the Royal Palace. It features free WiFi.

Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour
Best 3-star hotel
Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour

Run by the same family since 1854, Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour is one of the oldest hotels in Turin. Surrounded by lush gardens, it is opposite Porta Nuova Train Station.

Hotel Torino Porta Susa
Best budget hotel
Hotel Torino Porta Susa

Featuring a terrace, Hotel Torino Porta Susa offers accommodation in Turin, 1.4 km from Egyptian Museum and Politecnico di Torino and 2 km from Mole Antonelliana.

Il Gioiellino
Best B&B
Il Gioiellino

Set in a 19th-century building in Turin centre, next to Vinzaglio Metro Stop, Il Gioiellino offers classic rooms with a city-view balcony. Free WiFi is available.

Attic Hostel Torino
Best hostel
Attic Hostel Torino

Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Attic Hostel Torino offers accommodation in the heart of Turin, a 2-minute walk from Torino Porta Nuova Train Station.


2. San Salvario & Parco Valentino: Great Area for Nightlife & Food

San Salvario Accommodation Map

Located southeast of Centro Storico and with Parco Valentino as its main feature, San Salvario is one of the best quarters for tourists in Turin.

    Why is this the best area to stay in Turin:
  • Very central location
  • Great nightlife & food scene
  • Parco & Castello Valentino
  • Great public transport connections
  • Niche museums

San Salvario is a historic district located southeast of Turin’s Centro Storico, on the western side of the Po.

The eastern area of San Salvario is dominated by Parco del Valentino, the oldest and second-largest park in Turin, known for its natural and historical heritage and for being one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city. The origins of Parco del Valentino date back to the second half of the 17th century when the summer residence of the Savoy was erected there. The area went from being a simple river park to an organized structure with refined gardens. But it was not until the 19th century that the real modification works began in the current picturesque city park, according to the romantic project of the French landscape architect Barrillet-Dechamps. Today, this park is also notable for the Medieval Town of Turin, a replica of a traditional Piedmontese villa, created to pay tribute to the ancient historical and cultural traditions of Piedmont and neighbouring regions.

At the end of the twentieth century, a lively nightlife area developed between vias Madama Cristina and Nizza. Popular among university students and young Turinese, this food and entertainment district features dozens of pubs, nightclubs, bistros, and ethnic restaurants and takeaways. The district also hosts two local markets, one in Piazza Madama Cristina and the other in Piazza Nizza.

San Salvario is also home to the Cesare Lombroso Criminal Anthropology Museum, the Luigi Rolando Human Anatomy Museum and the Fruit Museum, as well as the Teatro Nuovo, the Cineteatro Baretti, and the Teatro Colosseo.

Other than being the greenest central district of the city, San Salvario is also one of the best areas to stay in Turin thanks to its great public transport connections. In its northern area, you’ll find Porta Nuova railway station, and metro line M1 crosses the district, offering five stations along the way.

Best Hotels in San Salvario – Valentino

Best Western Plus Executive Hotel and Suites
Best 4-star hotel
Best Western Plus Executive Hotel and Suites

Best Western Executive Hotel is 200 m from Marconi Metro and an 8-minute walk from Turin’s Porta Nuova Central Station, between the business district and the historic centre. It offers rooms with free WiFi.

Hotel Urbani
Best 3-star hotel
Hotel Urbani

Offering a varied buffet breakfast and air-conditioned rooms, Hotel Urbani is next to Porta Nuova Train Station in the heart of Turin and is a 2-minute walk from the airport bus terminal. WiFi is free throughout.

Hotel Elena
Best budget hotel
Hotel Elena

Attractively located in the San Salvario Valentino district of Turin, Hotel Elena offers a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage space. Free WiFi is available and private parking can be arranged.

Apart Hotel Torino
Best tourist apartments
Apart Hotel Torino

Less than 5 minutes’ walk from Turin Porta Nuova Train Station, Apart Hotel Torino offers modernly furnished apartments with air conditioning and free WiFi.

Il Sogno Torino Guesthouse
Best B&B
Il Sogno Torino Guesthouse

Frescoed ceilings and modern décor, Il Sogno Torino Guesthouse is in Turin’s lively San Salvario district. It is between the Nizza and Marconi metro stations, both 650 m away.

Tomato Backpackers
Best hostel
Tomato Backpackers

The brand-new Tomato Backpackers is in the San Salvario area of Turin, a 15-minute walk from Porta Nuova Train Station. This 2-star hotel offers free Wi-Fi and is managed by young multilingual staff.


3. Cenisia, San Paolo & Cit Turin: Best Location for Business Travellers

CIT, Cenisia & Borgo San Paolo Accommodation Map

Located directly west of Centro Storico, Cit Turin, Borgo San Paolo & Cenisia are centrally-located areas packed with attractions and a great location in Turin for tourists & business travellers.

    Why is this the best area to stay in Turin:
  • Very central location
  • Connected by metro & trams
  • Art Nouveau and avant-garde architecture
  • Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
  • Broad hotel offer

Located directly west of Centro Storico, Cit Turin is an elegant residential district developed at the end of the nineteenth century and the only Turinese district with a Piedmontese name. Meaning “little Turin,” Cit Turin is said to be built on the remains of an extramural village. In fact, remains of a pre-Roman necropolis have been found in the borders of the district. Today, this area is known for its late 19th-century and early 20th-century Art-Nouveau architecture, locally known as “Liberty style,” its lovely market (piazza Benefica), and its prestigious shopping streets. Furthermore, the southernmost area is home to more recent structures such as the Palace of Justice, the Intesa Sanpaolo skyscraper, the Porta Susa railway station and several new buildings on Corso Inghliterra.

South of Cit Turin lies Cenisia. Formerly farmland, most of this district and the neighbouring Borgo San Paolo were developed during the times of the Industrial Revolution to host the city’s nascent factories. By the 1980s, however, Torino’s industrial vocation began to fail, and with it, the major factories in the neighbourhood were abandoned. During the nineties and early 2000s, most of the abandoned factories underwent ambitious architectural recovery plans and many were turned into institutional offices and residential buildings, cultural institutions and modern art museums.

Perhaps the best examples of this renovation process can be found in places like the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, a contemporary art institution hosted in a former automobile factory and the Fondazione Merz, with an exhibition of art by Marisa and Mario Merz in a 1930s power station.

Cit Turin, Cenisia and Borgo San Paolo are also very well-connected when it comes to public transport. Line 1 of the Metropolitana di Torino runs through the north and east edges of the district, while several trams and local bus lines connect most of the inner areas. Additionally, the modern Torino Porta Susa station, on Corso Inghliterra, offers commuter, regional and long-distance train services, making it easy to get around Turin and northern Italy.

As for accommodation, these areas, and particularly the more central Cit Turin, offer a wealth of hotels of all categories; from modern business-style chain hotels to modest family-run inns and B&Bs.

Best Hotels in Cit Turin, Cenisia & Borgo San Paolo

Residence Star
Best 4-star hotel
Residence Star

Residence Star is a 3-minute walk from Porta Susa Train and Metro Station. It offers self-catering apartments with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and modern-style decor.

Hotel & Residence Torino Centro - Stazione Porta Susa
Best 3-star hotel
Hotel & Residence Torino Centro – Stazione Porta Susa

Located in front of Torino Porta Susa Train Station, Hotel & Residence Torino Centro – Stazione Porta Susa offers spacious accommodation with free WiFi.

Eco Art Hotel Statuto
Best budget hotel
Eco Art Hotel Statuto

Eco Art Hotel Statuto is right in front of the Principi D’Acaja Metro Station, and 800 m from Torino Porta Susa Train Station. Rooms at this eco-friendly hotel offer an LCD TV and free internet.

Casa Ganci
Best B&B
Casa Ganci

Offering modern air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom, Casa Ganci is in Turin. It lies a 10-minute walk from the Politecnico di Torino University and about 2 km from the Porta Susa Train and Metro Station.


4. Aurora & Vanchiglia: Best Location for Hipsters & Foodies

Aurora & Vanchiglia Accommodation Map

Located north of Torino Centro, Aurora & Vanchiglia are excellent areas to stay in Turin to enjoy great Italian food and a local atmosphere.

    Why is this the best area to stay in Turin:
  • Very centrally-located
  • University area
  • Local atmosphere
  • Museo Lavazza
  • Porta Palazzo Markets
  • Budget restaurants & accommodation

The Aurora and Vanchiglia districts of Turin are located very close to the historic centre, directly north of the old walled city.

The epicentre of the first wave of industrialisation in Piedmont, Aurora is located on both banks of the Dora river and is famous for hosting the Balon, the most popular flea market in Turin, as well as Porta Palazzo, the largest open market in Europe. Nearby, the historic Ciriè-Lanzo station is now the Piedmontese Railway Museum.

Located between the Monumental Cemetery of Turin and the Dora Riparia, Borgo Rossini is considered the hipster district of Torino. Its bohemian character and the fact that it’s very close to the Campus Einaudi, has turned it into a nightlife hub. Not far, the newly created Museo Lavazza offers a journey through the history of the legendary Italian coffee brand.

On the other hand, Vanchiglia and the neighbouring Vanchiglietta occupy the strip of land near the confluence of the Po River and the Dora River. Its central location and proximity to the University of Turin headquarters have turned them into residential, commercial and artistic hubs.

These areas are connected to the city centre by several tram lines (3, 4 and 15), as well as the Torino Dora railway station. Aurora and Vanchiglia are also rich in eateries, particularly ethnic restaurants, bars, pizzerias and nightlife venues. The accommodation in this area is varied and significantly cheaper than in Centro Storico, which makes the Aurora – Vanchiglia district one of the best areas to stay in Turin if you’re travelling on a tight budget.

Best Hotels in Aurora & Vanchiglia

Hotel Dei Pittori
Best 4-star hotel
Hotel Dei Pittori

Set in a 19th-century art nouveau villa, Hotel Dei Pittori offers a restaurant. Set in the centre of Turin, rooms here feature free Wi-Fi and a 3D flat-screen TV.

CX Turin Regina Student&Explorer Place
Best 3-star hotel
CX Turin Regina Student & Explorer Place

Situated in Turin, CX Turin Regina Student & Explorer Place features various facilities, such as a fitness centre, a bar and a shared lounge. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Guests can have a drink at the snack bar.

Hotel Serenella
Best budget hotel
Hotel Serenella

Offering free Wi-Fi throughout, Hotel Serenella is just a few steps from the Mole Antonelliana/Cinema Museum in central Turin. The Egyptian Museum and Royal Palace are 800 m away.

I Reali Bed & Breakfast
Best B&B
I Reali Bed & Breakfast

Set 450 m from Mole Antonelliana, I Reali Bed & Breakfast offers air-conditioned accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi.

Combo Torino
Best hostel
Combo Torino

Set in Turin, Combo Torino offers air-conditioned accommodation and a bar. It is located 350 m from Turin Royal Palace and 1 km from Mole Antonelliana.


5. La Crocetta: Best Location for a Budget Trip to Turin

La Crocetta Accommodation Map

Situated southwest of Porta Nuova railway station, La Crocetta is a fun & fashionable district packed with accommodation and nightlife.

    Why is this the best area to stay in Turin:
  • Relatively central location
  • Well-connected by public transport
  • Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art
  • University area

La Crocetta is a district located south of the historic centre of Turin.

Historically one of the most prestigious residential areas in the city, La Crocetta was an independent village on the outskirts of Turin and it developed mainly around the Beata Vergine delle Grazie church.

In addition to hosting the headquarters of the Polytechnic University of Turin, the Crocetta area is home to the Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art (GAM).

Other attractions in this area include the Liberty Pedestrian Area, with a large collection of Art Nouveau architecture, the Ospedale Mauriziano, the Spina Centrale and the igloo di Merz, as well as the Vittorio Emanuele II Monument.

While it is not as central as the areas described above, Crocetta is very well-connected to the city centre by tram, metro and the nearby Porta Nuova station.

Best Hotels in La Crocetta

Turin Palace Hotel
Best 4-star hotel
Turin Palace Hotel

This elegant and contemporary hotel is set opposite Porta Nuova Train Station in Turin. It also includes a restaurant and free WiFi. With hardwood floors, rooms at the Turin Palace are all air conditioned.

Liberty Hotel
Best 3-star hotel
Liberty Hotel

Hotel Liberty is located in a quiet, residential district, 1 km from the centre of Turin. Porta Nuova Train Station is just a 10-minute walk away.

TorinoToStay Apartments
Best tourist apartments
TorinoToStay Apartments

TorinoToStay Apartments offers accommodation in Turin, 900 m from Egyptian Museum. Free WiFi is available throughout.

Gianduja B&B
Best B&B
Gianduja B&B

Gianduja B&B is located in Turin, 150 m from a tramway and city bus stop, and 3 km from the Royal Palace of Turin with its gardens and Porta Palazzo Market. It features free WiFi.


6. Borgo Po: Most Romantic Location in Turin

Borgo Po Accommodation Map

Located on the east bank of River Po, Borgo Po is a quaint residential area filled with luxury villas and offering great views over the city.

    Why is this the best area to stay in Turin:
  • Quaint area
  • Monte dei Cappuccini
  • Art Nouveau villas and hotels

Borgo Po is a district located near the centre of the city, on the eastern bank of the Po. While most of Turin is built on a plain, Borgo Po is in a mountainous area with steep hills.

The historic centre of Borgo Po is located on the north side of the Church of the Great Mother of God, built in 1831 by Ferdinando Bonsignore in a neoclassical style. A little further south, you’ll find the famous Monte dei Cappuccini, on top of which is the convent of Santa Maria al Monte. The south wing of the complex is now the National Museum of the Mountain.

From the Monte dei Cappuccini, you can see spectacular views of the city of Turin and the surrounding mountains.

Borgo Po is a quiet neighbourhood, green and full of traditional houses and wooded areas, ideal for a quiet visit to Turin.

Best Hotels in Borgo Po

Hotel Principe Di Torino
Best 4-star hotel
Hotel Principe Di Torino

Set on the banks of the River Po, Hotel Principe Di Torino offers views of the hills and the quiet Valentino Park. It provides paying parking and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and LCD TVs.

Best Western Hotel Crimea
Best 3-star hotel
Best Western Hotel Crimea

Located next to the banks of the River Po and near Piazza Vittorio Veneto, the Best Western Hotel Crimea has free Wi-Fi and the reception is open from 6 AM to 12PM. It offers classically furnished rooms with a satellite LCD TV.

Colazione da Augusta
Best B&B
Colazione da Augusta

Located in Turin, Colazione da Augusta provides accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning, a shared lounge and a garden. The bed and breakfast offers a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with bathrobes, a hairdryer and bidet.


7. Allianz Stadium: Best Area for a Juventus Match

Allianz Juventus Stadium Accommodation Map

Considered one of the most important football stadiums in Italy, the area around Allianz Stadium is the best location in Turin for a “Juve” match.

    Why is this the best area to stay in Turin:
  • Allianz Stadium
  • Juventus-themed hotels

Juventus Stadium, currently known as Allianz Stadium, is the field for the popular Turin football team, Juve. It is located in the district of Vallette, north of the city and about 7 kilometres from the historic centre.

This Italian football temple, with a capacity for 41,000 spectators, is considered the first eco-friendly stadium in the world and one of the four Italian stadiums of UEFA category 4, the highest technical level.

The stadium, in addition to its sports facilities, also includes the J-Museum or Juventus Museum, a bilingual historical-sports museum dedicated to Juventus Football Club.

In addition, Juventus Football Club has its own hotel, the J Hotel, an accommodation that offers a luxury stay for authentic football fans.

The area of the Juventus stadium is connected by buses and the railway station Torino Rigola – Stadio.

The Juventus Stadium area is the best area to stay in Turin for football lovers and those who plan to attend a Juve match in Torino.

Best Hotels near Allianz Juventus Stadium

J Hotel
Best 4-star hotel
J Hotel

If you are a football fan, you will enjoy staying at J Hotel. Set in the Continassa area, this 4-star property is part of J Village, a complex belonging to Juventus Football Club. Juventus Stadium and Juventus Museum are a 10-minute walk from the property.

Hotel Master
Best 3-star hotel
Hotel Master

Turin’s Hotel Master is next to the Juventus Stadium and a short drive from the Royal Palace in Venaria Reale and La Mandria Natural Park. The elegant, air-conditioned rooms come with satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, and a private bathroom with hairdryer.

La Boheme Hotel e B&B
Best budget hotel
La Boheme Hotel e B&B

Set in Turin, within 700 m of Allianz Juventus Stadium, La Boheme Hotel e B&B offers accommodation with a restaurant and a garden, and free WiFi.


Where to Look for Accommodation in Turin: Useful Info

Turin, or Torino in Italian, is an important city located in northern Italy.

This city, capital of the Piedmont region, is, with Milan, one of the cultural, industrial and financial epicentres of continental Italy, as well as one of the most visited destinations in the Italian Alpine region.

Turin is located on the plain of the Po River, a short distance from the peaks of the Alps and the border with France and Switzerland.

The capital of Piedmont is a tourist destination all year round. While, in the winter, the city serves as the gateway to the ski slopes of the region, during the summer many tourists visit it to discover its historical-cultural patrimony and the great events of the season.

Turin is also an important centre of pilgrimage for Christians around the world since it houses in its cathedral the “Shroud of Turin” or “Holy Shroud”, which some think is the piece of cloth used to wrap the body of Christ after his crucifixion.

Another type of pilgrims, in this case, sports, also flock to Turin to attend matches of its well-known football team, Juventus. The Juve is one of the Italian football teams with the most followers worldwide.

The best part of visiting Turin is that this city, while one of the most beautiful and culturally interesting in Italy, does not receive the hordes of tourists you can expect from places like Florence, Venice or Rome, so you don’t feel like you’re in a theme park.

Turin is an important railway centre in northern Italy. Its main station, Porta Nuova, offers direct connections to almost all major Italian cities, as well as international services to France.

To move within the city, the public transport system includes trams (the most convenient option for the central area), a metro system that connects the Porta Nuova station with some more peripheral areas, as well as buses and taxis.

In terms of climate, like much of Italy, the weather in this region is usually more stable at the end of spring and during the summer. The winters are cold, rainy and with occasional snowfalls, while, being in a fluvial plain, the summers can be quite hot.


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