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City Breaks to Turin

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City Breaks to Turin

Book with Club Travel for the best offers on holidays, flights and City Breaks to Turin from Ireland. Turin is a magical city not as overcrowded with tourists as Rome or Milan. With cheap short breaks and weekend breaks to Turin from Dublin you can wander around and really feel what is it is like to experience Italy as a local. Authentic wine bars, Michelin star restaurants await you in Italy’s fourth largest city. The city proudly displays elegant squares, world class museums and 18th Century architecture. A real plus is that Turin is relatively inexpensive city break destination and is a great place to experience true Italian Culture. Book cheap Last Minute City Breaks to Turin today with Club Travel for the best deals on flights, hotels and accommodation.


Hotels in Turin

Club Travel can offer its customers amazing special offers on hotels in Turin. We have many hotels available and can find a special place for you to stay while on your city break to Turin. Whether you have a big or small budget, call us now and let us find you a special hotel for your city break to Turin.


Things to do in Turin

Duomo di san Giovanni is the mythical home of the shroud of Christ which is the cloth that Christ was buried in, a replica is on permanent display beside the alter.

Turin Underground tour is a guided tour of the tunnels beneath the city which were used as shelters during WWII and are also the site of many mysteries including several grisly murders that have never been solved.

Football is massive in this city and Turin is home to European giants Juventus known as the “Old lady” of Italian football. They play their home games at the Stadio Olympico.

Mole Antonelliana is a distinctive aluminium spire and is thought of as the symbol of Turin.


Food and drink

Turin has the largest open air market in Europe selling excellent fresh produce from Italy. Turin is well known for its beautiful and delicious food. Turin is famous for cheese, wine, smoked sausages, chocolate and great coffee. Turin has an abundance of coffee shops. Turin is well known for its use of eggs, cream, butter and other fresh ingredients in their local dishes and the city is known for its culinary excellence.


Nightlife in Turin

Turin has a more subtle nightlife than say Rome or Milan however there is still no shortage of great venues to go to from a drink, dance or to party. There are many bars, pubs and nightclubs in Turin, many of the nightclubs do not get started until 1am. Turin is a great city for those looking to experience an authentic night out in Italy. In Turin you are more likely to find bars where locals drink instead of being packed in with the tourists like in other major cities.


General information

Turin International Airport is also known as Turin Casselle airport and is situated 8 miles northwest of the city of Turin. The airport is connected to the city by rail and bus which both operate a frequent service and takes about 30 mins to reach the city.

Weather in Turin the city of Turin experiences four different seasons. Summer the temperatures can easily reach 30degrees Celsius. Autumn cools to the low twenties. January is the coldest month with the average temperature at near freezing. Spring is a lovely time to visit as it is warm and mild.

Electricity The standard European 220Volt two-pin round pronged plugs.

Currency Italy uses the Euro

Turin Time is one hour ahead of Irish time. +1GMT

Visa requirements Irish Citizens travelling to Turin do not require a visa as Italy is a member state of the E.U

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