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How to Find the Best Turin Airport Hotels with Venere

Turin airport is the ideal hub for travel to northern Italy, the Piedmont region and Italy's ski resorts. Booking hotel rooms by the airport is the smart option when a flight is arriving late or departing early. Airport hotels also offer easy connections by public transport to central Turin and its attractions. Venere.com has partnered with a great selection of Turin Airport hotels to offer travelers the best value rooms for their stay near the airport, with maps detailing major city sights and transport connections. By booking Turin accommodation in advance, travelers can look forward to a stress-free arrival in this smart Italian city.

What's Turin Like?

Turin radiates an air of elegant opulence. The city follows an orderly grid pattern with streets and squares radiating from the grand Via Roma that connects the railway station and the remains of the Roman theater. Turin has none of the chaos of the Italian south, instead looking north to the Alps for inspiration. Nietzsche described Turin a "worthy and serious city" and there's an air of studiousness about the coffee-houses and bookshops of the beautiful, arcaded Via Po. Turin was briefly capital of Italy in the 19th century, but in the 20th it settled into industrious prosperity thanks to the Fiat factory. The automobile company's test surface on the roof of the Lingotto plant has featured in several movies. Turin's other claim to fame is its mysterious shroud, stored in the cathedral, but only put on public display on rare occasions. A more accessible highlight of central Turin is the bizarre Mole Antonelliana, an architecturally-inventive tower that offers a viewing platform with spectacular mountain vistas on clear days. It houses an unusual and informative museum of cinema.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Turin

This is an affluent city but Turin locals are not quite as fashion-conscious as their Milan rivals. You are as likely to see them wearing a hiking jacket as Armani, especially since staging the Winter Olympics renewed the city's passion for the ski slopes. English is usually understood in cafes and restaurants but a few Italian phrases will smooth your way. Turin introduced hot chocolate to Italy in the 17th century and the city is still paradise for sweet-toothed visitors with countless chocolatiers offering their own variations on Torinese gianduiotto, the local hazelnut and chocolate recipe. Venere.com provides several sources of information to allow visitors to choose their ideal Turin Airport hotels. Certified reviews from previous guests are presented alongside sample room layouts and photos to ensure travelers have a firm idea of what to expect from their Turin accommodation.