Centuries old castles and delicious chocolate
Do you enjoy culture and gourmet food? Book flights to Turin and watch the sunset from the city’s main symbol: the Mole Antonelliana tower. Savour fine Italian dishes in one of the city’s many restaurants and take a stroll along the bank of the Po river. Visit the Museo Egizio, full of fascinating Egyptian art. Conclude the day with a real Italian aperitivo, a drink tradition that originated in Turin.
A heart full of history
The Via Roma lies at the heart of Turin and connects the city’s two most important squares, the Piazza San Carlo and Piazza Castello. The many side streets around these squares are packed with excellent shops and boutiques. Or visit the monumental Palazzo Madama, home to the Museum of Ancient Art. For more history, visit the Porta Palatina and the Roman amphitheatre and step back into the Turin of the Roman era. Discover the city’s many attractions: book a flight to Turin now!Book a flight to Turin
Have a picnic in the park
Turin is famous for its chocolate. Everywhere in the city you will find chocolate shops where you can try out many interesting flavours. The local speciality is gianduiotti: chocolate with hazelnuts. Also try a bicerin, a delicious rich coffee-chocolate drink. Spend a relaxing afternoon under a leafy tree in one of Turin’s many parks. Take a stroll in Parco del Valentino, the city’s largest park, located on the Po river. Enjoy a picnic and watch the squirrels or grab a spot on a bench and indulge in some people-watching.
Flights to Turin for an inspiring city trip
Looking for a cheap flight to Turin? With KLM, your holiday begins the moment you step onboard. Your journey will fly by with your own entertainment set on intercontentinal flights: free films, games and music. Also enjoy our selection of snacks or a tasty dinner and drinks. Add in our many handy extra services (some available for a supplement) and you’ll be in Italy before you know it.
Curated for you
Make an autumn city trip to Turin even more memorable with a visit to the hilly region of Piemonte, Italy’s truffle region. Black truffles can be found almost year round, but from September through November this beautiful region is famous for its aromatic white truffles. Piemonte marks this time of year with truffle markets, truffle hunts, and of course truffle dishes.
ARTS & CULTURE
The shroud of Turin is probably the most controversial piece of fabric in the world. One version claims that after Jesus died on the cross, his castigated body was wrapped in this shroud. Scientists do agree that this is not the original cloth; however, the story behind the shroud continues to be remarkable and thought-provoking. In the Museo della Sindone, the shroud is presented as a fascinating mystery.
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Turin is probably not a city you would directly associate with film, but a visit to the Mole Antonelliana will most likely change your mind. This building, which dominates the city skyline with its high spire, houses one of the best film museums in the world: the Museo Nazionale del Cinema.
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