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Turin Holidays

An elegant city that should be explored

Turin tucks itself away amongst the mountains of north-westerly Piedmont. This elegant city is home to a host of foodie firsts, from hot chocolate as we know it to the most Italian of foodie traditions: aperitivo.

But a holiday to Turin isn’t all café-hopping and fine dining. You could wander around the Museo Egizio’s collection of sarcophagi, climb the tower of Turin Cathedral (home to the Shroud of Turin), or take a seat at the National Museum of Cinema in the Mole Antonelliana.

Fancy exploring further afield? Turin makes an excellent springboard for exploring northern greats like Lake Maggiore and Milan.

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Resort Code: ITTT

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Currency: EUR

  • from£714pp
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The Grand Hotel Sitea is one of the city's great landmarks and was part of the historical evolution of 20th century Turin.

  • from£510pp
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A centrally-located hotel near Porta Nouva Station that offers elegant rooms and a great service in Turin.

  • 39 rooms
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This four star hotel is perched on a hilltop around 20 minutes from Turin. Once an impressive castle, it's been turned into a modern retreat with just 39 guest rooms and an impressive spa.

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