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Explore the Top 10 attractions in Turin with Coach Charter Europe - your charter bus company

Explore the Top 10 attractions in Turin with Coach Charter Europe - your charter bus company
Turin is the capital of the Piedmont region in northern Italy and is known for its refined architecture and cuisine. The Alps rise in the northwest of the city. Magnificent baroque buildings and old cafes line the avenues and splendid squares of Turin, such as Piazza Castello and Piazza San Carlo. Nearby is the towering spire of the Mole Antonelliana, a 19th-century tower that houses the interactive National Cinema Museum. 
In reality, Turin served as Italy's first capital and has been a major cultural and economic center for the country for many years. Located in the north-western part of Italy, Turin is the capital of the Piedmont region and is situated on the Po River. Turin has a population of 892,000 and the main metropolitan area has an estimated 2.2 million inhabitants.

Coach Charter Europe’s bus company has been prospering in the coach charter marketplace for over four decades. Bus Company can provide options of a variety of bus rental sizes and services. Our airport shuttle coaches can pick you up from Turin Airport to travel comfortably to your hotel in Turin city center. Another option is to rent a chartered bus with driver to visit all landmarks around Turin safely, and comfortably. Of course the option of having a coach with driver for multi-day trip visiting other cities, and crossing into neighboring countries by Rental Bus and Tour Bus is also possible. For all kinds of itineraries, Coach Charter Europe is the reliable transport to have when exploring Turin, and its beautiful surrounding areas. You can just send a request to Coach Charter Europe’s tour bus section by email and find more details about our charter bus services.

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If you need any more advices what to do in Turin, or if you need help with Tour Guides etc., we recommend to visit Incoming Experience. They are a local DMC with perfect knowledge about the area and the possibility to organize the whole trip in Piedmont.

Coach Charter Europe can advocate top 10 points to be on your program when exploring Turin as follows:

1. Palazzo Reale

The Royal Palace of Turin is a majestic building that was built in the 16th century. Resident in Piazza Castello, the Palace holds a central role in Turin and has been a symbol of power for hundreds of years. A simple design with a square plan and a central courtyard has been chosen – the front façade features white stonework and several small ornate windows that create a building that looks stately and official. 

2. Palazzo Madama

Turin is packed full of extravagant palaces and historic houses, and Palazzo Madama is the second palace to be found in Piazza Castello. Established in the first century BC, the original palace stood for hundreds of years during the Roman Empire and was updated and expanded extensively in subsequent years . Originally used as a defensive fortification, it was not until the 13th century that the building became a palace. Standing on Castello Square, the front façade of the palace features a row of ornate columns and a palisade.

3. Mole Antonelliana

Possibly the most distinct building in the whole of Turin, the Mole Antonelliana rises above the skyline and its wide, pointed basilica is an emblem of the region. Mole in Italian actually means a monumental building and this particular mole was created in 1889, although it looks much older. Originally a Jewish synagogue, the building now houses the National Cinema Museum and is actually the tallest museum in the world. At night, the building's basilica is lit up and acts as a beacon visible from many places in the city. A trip to Turin is not complete. 

4. Turin Egyptian Museum

This wonderful and informative museum is situated between Piazza San Carlo and Piazza Castello in the center of Turin. Dedicated to ancient Egyptian archaeology and culture, this museum is a culture of dream buffs and contains a vast number of artifacts and displays. Created in 1833, the initial collection was imported from other museums and has been greatly expanded over the years.

5. Cathedral of San Giovanni Battista

Founded on the site of three previous churches, the Duomo di Torino is a fine example of the Renaissance architecture that was founded in 1491. Situated next to the Royal Palace, this church is dedicated to the patron saint of Turin, Giovanni Battista. The front façade is made of white marble and is simple but efficient and the attractive steps lead out into Piazza San Giovanni. Inside the cathedral is a multitude of architectural features, including some spectacular frescoes and marble statues of prominent religious figures. In reality, a free standing bell tower stands unconnected to the cathedral and can be climbed for amazing views of the cathedral.

6. Turin Shroud

Most people will have heard of this extremely important and sacred religious artifact. This religious artifact is a piece of cloth that allegedly bears the image of Jesus of Nazareth and is assumed to be his burial shroud. The origins and the identity of the shroud have been debated by historians, scientists and theologians alike, and no definitive story has arisen. The royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist is home to the shroud and is, in itself, a very fascinating and fascinating one.  

7. National Cinema Museum

Located in the impressive Mole Antonelliana Tower, this is one of the most visited museums in Italy due to its fantastic exhibitions and stunning buildings. This is the place to be for anything related to movies and movies! This gigantic collection includes historic cinematic devices such as magic lanterns to a vast stock of film posters, film reels, books and film props and artifacts. Spread over five floors, the museum is divided into various categories, including science fiction and horror. For any film and film enthusiast, this is a perfect place to visit and will provide hours of fun and discovery.. 

8. Basilica di Superga

If you ascend to the heights of the Superga Mountains to the east of Turin, you will find the beautiful Basilica di Superga. When stood in the city Centre of Turin, you can look at the mountain and see the Basilica perched on top. Constructed in 1731 and built by Filipo Juvarra, the basilica features a baroque theme and has a stunning orange and white design with many columns and ornate decoration. The main basilica towers above the church and is flanked by two beautiful towers while the interior is highly decorated with a dome that lets in a great deal of light through a set of arched windows. Don't forget to take a look at the spectacular views down into Turin and the surrounding countryside.

9. Parco Valentino

Located on the banks of the Po River, Parco Valentina is the second largest public park in Turin and covers an area of 500,000 m2. Established in 1856, it is the city's first public garden and has gone from strength to strength. Within the park you can find a beautiful Botanical Garden, the Valentino Castle and a recreation of the medieval village. There are also a multitude of walking and cycling paths, open pastures and a great walk along the river. If you're looking for a refreshment or a meal, you can also find a variety of fine cafes and restaurants on the grounds of the park.

10. Porta Palatina

One of the many Roman ruins still standing in modern Turin today, the Porta Palatina has acted as the best preserved Roman gateway in the world since the 1st century. Originally, this huge gateway would have served as an access point to the inner city center through the city walls that once surrounded the ancient Turin. Two large circular towers flank the gateway and are decorated with crenulations and the central wall section contains many individual arches. The gateway and towers are located at a distance of 30 m and 26 m respectively. 

Coach Charter Europe facilitates every step along the way in achieving perfect group transport. Bus Company places our decades’ long knowledge and awareness in the bus rental industry to provide your trip with the finest tour bus rental services. You are welcome to request your airport shuttle service, tour bus service, or long charter bus service from our online shop. Our modern fleet of charter buses with many sizes will provide the necessary transport for your group needs. Our bus company's Coach Charter Europe provides professional drivers as well as understanding booking team. We look ahead to receiving your inquest to provide you the appropriate transport quote for your Turin group travel needs.

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Liz Allred, Program Director, Global Learning - Master's of Human Resources Program, Utah State University
Top 10 sites in Turin | Bus Charter | Coach rental
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