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    Turin Porta Susa Station Car Rental

    Museums, squares, churches, cafes and historic places: Turin undoubtedly is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, one of those cities you absolutely must visit!

    Whether it is for a vacation, for business or anything else, having a vehicle to move in autonomy is always advantageous. Booking online on, you can exploit the car rental service at Turin Porta Susa Station.

    Once picked the vehicle up, you can drive towards your destination in tranquillity.

    The travellers who have planned a visit to the Savoyard capital will have the opportunity to set off to discover monuments of undoubted charm, in which the XIX century style is expressed in all its splendour. The centrality of the train station allows you to easily explore the numerous beauties that this small treasure box in Piedmont hides.

    Turin Porta Susa Station Car Rental

    Turin Porta Susa Station: a jewel in the transportation

    Turin Porta Susa Station has a quite recent structure, considering that the modernisation work dates to 2008. The railway connections to Italy and to foreign countries are numerous and include central lines, such as the direct fast regional to Milan, the Frecciarossa trains to Rome and Naples and the TGV to Paris.

    The modernisation work lasted over ten years and, during the last biennium, the 6 rails on which the convoys travel have been further modernised. Second train station in Turin, behind Porta Nuova, Turin Porta Susa Station is in Corso Bolzano, not far from the famed Piazza Statuto, meeting point for many citizens.

    Statuto Square
    Valentino Park

    Turin where art meets the taste

    Turin is one of the most appreciated artistic cities in Italy and is particularly suggestive when visited at sunset. The excellences in the Savoyard capital are many and date back, in particular, to the Baroque and Neoclassic ages.

    Madama Palace and the Egyptian Museum are two unmissable attractions of the city, as well as you can miss a visit to the top of the Mole Antonelliana, true symbol of Turin. A stroll along the shores of river Po, perhaps within the wide Valentino Park, is an unmissable leisure, especially if you search for a bit of relaxation and tranquillity.

    Lastly, you cannot forget that Turin is famous for its food specialties that can offer, from the tajarin to the bunet, without forgetting the Piedmontese mixed boiled meat or the vitel tonné.

    Mole Antonelliana