Are you all set to book a campervan or motorhome hire from Turin? We offer extremely low prices and great specials on a series of campervans and RVs for hire from Turin. Imagine this, you are taking a leisurely drive aboard a comfortable and trendy campervan along with your loved ones for that much awaited holiday getaway? Perfect right? If you are thinking of going on a road-trip via a self-drive campervan hire from Turin today, check out the superb deals we have that can provide you the best seat in house to explore Turin, Italy and probably even neighbouring countries like Switzerland, Austria, and France.
The Stately City
A very interesting city, Turin, or Torino, is full of excitement although it is often overlooked by a lot of tourists. Fiat, the Shroud of Turin, Juventus and chocolate all helped to put Turin on the map, but this largely baroque inspired city has more to offer.
Turin is a lovely city, great for exploring and sightseeing. Home to Baroque cafes and grand architecture, shopping arcades and museums, you and your loved ones will find Turin’s irresistible charm hard to pass up.
Here are some suggested places to see:
- Castello di Rivoli - This is the star of Turin’s present day art-scene. The castle is a 17th century baroque structure.
- Museo della Sindone - The Holy Shroud is encased in the crypt of Santo Sudario Church, and is a must see for all the devout visitors.
- Lingotto - this former Fiat factory was redesigned into a congress and exhibition centre.
Turin’s is easily accessible by land because of the interconnecting roadways and motorways that are available. You can even start your campervan tour from here. Traveling to other locations in Italy like Genoa or Bologna is quite easy. When you hire a campervan from Turin, please check to see if a one-way rental is permitted as most companies do.(conditions apply) You can also use the search form above to check if your destinations are available today for FREE.
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