Turin is Italy’s fourth largest city and one of the most underrated holiday destinations in the country. It boasts a fascinating history leading to incredible landmarks, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site made up of palaces and villas. Moreover, it is home to wonderful green spaces, the birthplace of Lavazza – the famous Italian coffee brand and the first production of solid chocolate and Vermouth!
So when visiting this fascinating city, you will land at Torino International Airport, and you have two transportation options to get to the city centre. You can take a taxi or the bus. Taking a Turin taxi or a private transfer is always the most convenient way to get around a new city. They are reliable and provide 24/7 door-to-door transportation, getting you to the city centre in 25 minutes. For a more cost-savvy alternative, you can take the local bus, which takes 40 minutes to Turin city centre.Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Turin at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.