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Cheap round-trip flights to Turin

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Cheap flights to Turin

Resting under the watchful gaze of the snow-capped Alps, Turin is an elegant city defined by its Baroque architecture, grand cobbled piazzas and broad regal history. The perfect spot for a romantic city break or weekend away with the kids, Italy’s capital of chocolate will definitely leave you with a taste for more.

When to book cheap flights to Turin

Like many Italian cities, Turin is particularly popular in the summer months when the weather reaches the high 20s and 30s. In addition, Turin burgeons with popular music festivals at this time of year, including the Holi Fusion Festivaland Gigi D’Agostino, both of which take place in June.

If you’re looking for cheap flights from London to Turin, we recommend avoiding the high season. From November to April the weather is cooler, but the tourist footfall is much lower too. And in this popular city, you’ll still find plenty of activities to keep you busy.

How to find the best deals to Turin

To find cheap flights to Turin, you can learn a few tricks to help you while searching with Expedia.

Search for flights from other airports in the vicinity of your chosen departure location. We’ve provided a ‘Nearby Airports’ option to help you compare prices. If flying from London, you can achieve the same result by selecting ‘All London Airports’.

Of course, your best bet for finding cheap flights to Turin is to be as flexible as you can on dates. Avoid major holidays such as summer holidays, Christmas and New Year, and select the ‘Show Flexible Dates’ option, which will show you a wider range of search results.

UK departures to Turin

Flying to Turin from the UK is easy and convenient, with a typical flight time of around two hours. You’ll also find a wide range of direct services from various UK carriers, although be aware that some flights do require a stopover.

Optimal flight times from major UK airports to the capital of Italy’s Piedmont region are as follows:

Main airports in Turin

If your flight to Turin is direct and originates in the UK, you’ll land at Turin International. Turin International lies a convenient 10 miles from the city centre. Several UK airports offer direct flights here including Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton, Manchester, Edinburgh and Birmingham. Better yet, both premium and budget airlines fly to Turin, giving you more choice.

These include:

  • Lufthansa
  • Air France
  • KLM
  • Alitalia
  • British Airways
  • easyJet
  • Ryanair
  • Brussels Airlines

How to get about in Turin

Once you’ve landed, transfer from Turin International to the city centre could hardly be easier. The railway station is just metres from the entrance to the terminal building, and from here it’s only 20 minutes to Torino Dora station (Turin’s main station). Airport buses and taxis are also available outside the terminal.

In the city itself, Turin’s comprehensive metro system is perfect for exploring. It is sleek, clean, efficient and cheap, with a 90-minute ticket costing a very affordable €2.

What are the must-sees in Turin?

Turin is renowned for its historic architecture, the best of which can be found clustered around the bustling Piazza Castello and Piazzetta Reale. Be sure to visit the stunning Royal Palace and the 15th century Turin Cathedral too, which is home to the city’s eponymous shroud.

Art history buffs should drop in to see the royal art collection at Galleria Sabauda, or head to the Egyptian Museum, which houses the largest collection of relics east of the Nile.

You may also wish to stop off at the famous shopping colonnades in Via Roma, where you can indulge in a little light retail therapy.

Tips for travelling in Turin

While no visa is needed for British nationals visiting Turin, be aware that you may required to pay a small tourist tax to your hotel or accommodation. The amount varies, but do rest assured that it is legitimate.

Reviews from verified customers

Apr 18, 2018

No turbulence! :)

Apr 1, 2018

The online check in service wasn't working

Feb 14, 2018

Online check in via website was poor - had to try 6 or 7 Times to get a boarding pass, and then it would not scan at Luton airport. This could be improved. But the flight was on time and efficient which was very good

Jan 21, 2018

BA must allow passengers to choose or change their seats at time of check in as it used to be in the past. Stop making this a money grabbing opportunity!!!

Dec 17, 2017

Amusing steward kept things upbeat and alleviated the whole pfaff of air travel. It was odd though that we were rushed to the gate but then kept sat on the tarmac for 1/2h before we got clearance to take off.