Popular Lettings in Turin
Highlights in Turin
- City of art and history
- Interesting museums
- Elegant architecture
- Holy Shroud
- Lively nightlife
Most popular in Turin
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Turin
Are you looking for cheap rentals in the centre of Turin to enjoy a weekend getaway? Holidu offers you a great search assistant that will allow you to find the best offers of tourist rentals for rent between individuals in the city. We have hundreds of fully equipped holiday rentals with capacity for 2, 4, 6 or more people. Ideal for couples, families or groups of friends. You can even bring your dog with you, as many rentals in Turin allow pets. In terms of location, most of them are concentrated in the historic centre and in the neighbourhoods of San Salvario, San Donato and Aurora. The latter are only 15 minutes walk from Piazza Castello. Are you planning to rent a car and need parking? Don't worry, you won't have to waste time looking for a parking space in the centre. Many rentals in Turin have a private garage.Why book a letting in Turin?
Turin is a city rich in history and culture. Famous for its many art museums, luxurious restaurants, beautiful churches, majestic palaces, charming squares, beautiful parks and gardens and magnificent theatres. Full of baroque, rococo, neoclassical and Art Nouveau buildings that create a truly unique atmosphere for romantic couple walks. Great avenues, elegant palaces and symmetrical buildings make strolling through the streets of this city always a real pleasure, especially for lovers of art and harmony. What are you waiting for to rent your rental in Turin?
Holidays in Turin
The area and how to find your way around
Situated in the northwest of Italy, Turin is a large city of approximately 890,000 inhabitants that is part of the region of Piamonte. An important cultural and business centre in the north of the country. Located on the left bank of the Po River and surrounded by the Alps.The best areas to rent a letting in Turin
According to the opinions of other travellers, it is best to rent a letting in the historic centre of Turin, especially in the vicinity of Piazza Castello. This is where most of the city's monumental attractions are concentrated. If you have a tighter budget, you will find cheap rentals in the areas of Torino Porta Nueva and Aurora, two neighbourhoods that are quite close to the centre. Besides, the Aurora neighbourhood is perfect if you want to mix with the locals. However, the cheapest rentals are in Lingotto, a good option if you don't mind taking public transport. If what you are looking for is tranquillity, we recommend the area of Borgo Po, one of the most charming neighbourhoods in the city. With cobblestone streets that climb to the top of Monte de los Capuchinos, offering spectacular views. With the advantage that you will not take more than half an hour on foot to reach the centre.
Types of travellers and activities
Turin is a city rich in art and history that will undoubtedly be enjoyed by those who love cultural visits. The Mole Antonelliana, the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, the Egyptian Museum, the Royal Palace, the Adama Palace, the Palatine Door, the Sabauda Gallery, the Carignano Palace, the Consolata Sanctuary, the Valentino Castle, the Superga Basilica or the Maria Auxiliadora Basilica are just some of the places not to be missed on your tour of the city. rent a letting in the centre of Turin to get everything closer!
Did you know that many of Turin's buildings were built by the architect Filippo Juvarra, who also designed the famous palace of Versailles?
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Turin has the second largest Egyptian museum in the world, surpassed only by Cairo. The collection, which was initiated by the Savoy family, has no less than 3,300 exhibits and 26,000 archaeological remains in its warehouses. A dream for any lover of Egyptian culture.2. Feel like a Hollywood star at the Film Museum
Another of Turin's most curious museums is the cinema. Also considered one of the most important in the world. More than 3,000 square metres where you can learn everything about history, the devices that preceded the cinematograph and current special effects.3. Behold the Holy Shroud
If you are religious, you can not miss the opportunity to see the Holy Shroud, preserved in the side chapel of the cathedral. It is only rarely shown but you can see a life-size replica in the Museo della Sindone, where you will learn all about its history.4. Visit the "House" of Juventus
If you're a big football fan, you might want to visit the Juventus 'house', where there's a museum of team-related objects and an official shop.5. Enjoy its lively nightlife
Turin is a university city and, as such, has a very lively nightlife. The area of the Roman quadrilateral and Piazza Vittorio Veneto are some of the best places to have a drink or go dancing.