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Business Class Flights To Turin

This lovely city known as ‘Little Paris’ is definitely not like any other Italian town. Considered a capital of Baroque architecture, it isn’t typical-looking for the country. The Piedmont region’s capital is also just an hour’s drive from the border of France, so the French influence is strong. After a long time of being somewhat overlooked, Turin captured the world’s attention when it hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics. See for yourself what others are just beginning to discover now when you take business class flights to Turin. After a thoroughly enjoyable flight complete with spacious seating and excellent meals, you’ll arrive energized and ready to be charmed by this sophisticated city.

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Turin Airport and Business Class Lounge

The Turin-Caselle Airport, also known as the Sandro Pertini Airport, or simply the Turin Airport, is located just under 10 miles northwest of the city center. Bask in the luxury of business class lounges when you travel on business class flights to Turin. From elegant meals to luxurious seating, you will love the premium services offered to you. Escape into the serene atmosphere of the exclusive lounges and relax. With a wide selection of reading materials, delicious beverages, entertainment stations, and more, you will be sure to have a pleasant stay in the airport before or after your flight. For those wishing to accomplish some work while they travel, there are business centers and meeting rooms available to facilitate every need.


Things To Do In Turin

The main attractions in this grand city are the Baroque palaces, world-class museums, attractive streets of the city center, extensive network of arcades, and coffee shops. The Mole Antonelliana is the city’s most important symbol and features a 550-foot tower, the highest work of masonry in Europe. The building is home to Europe’s best cinema museum, The National Cinema Museum. The museum spans five floors and explores themes such as the archaeology of cinema and the video camera, and also includes video installations and a large collection of cinema posters. In the Great Temple, you can recline in comfort and watch classic Italian films projected overhead.

When you arrive on business class flights to Turin, be sure to visit some of the top-rated museums and galleries found in the city. The Museo Egizio is a popular choice, open since 1824 and housed in the Palazzo dell’Accademia delle Scienze. It houses one of the most important collections of Egyptian artifacts outside of Cairo, including the legendary Statue of Ramses II. The Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art is home to a large number of Arte Povera works, and artworks and installations that belong to the Transavanguardia, Minimal, Body and Land art movements. Turin is also known as the birthplace of one of the world’s major car manufacturers, Fiat (which is an acronym for Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino, or ‘Italian Automobiles Factory, Turin), so be sure to visit the Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile and its impressive collection of over 200 automobiles.

For shopping, head to Via Roma, where you can find high-end brands such as Gucci, Prada, and Hermes. Via Pietro Micca and Via Lagrange are some other good options for upscale brands. Via Garibaldi is known locally as the longest pedestrian shopping street in Europe. Via Po is a more alternative area, where you will find the popular shop Frav, as well as many other unique clothing boutiques and record stores. The Quadrilatero Romano is the oldest part of the city, a trendy neighborhood north of Piazza Castello. Here, you’ll find many unique designer and independent shops such as Marcopolo, Autopsie Vestimentaire, and Born In Berlin.

You’ll enjoy the wonderful Piedmontese cuisine, which is regarded as perhaps the most varied in Italy. Piedmont is where the Slow Food Movement was born, focusing on local, fresh, quality produce. Favorite antipasti (starters) in Turin include tomini, vitello tonnato, and marinated anchovies with bagna cauda. The nearby Po Valley is known for its rice paddies that produce the wonderful short-grain rice Arborio, used for risotto, which you can taste in dishes such as risotto al Barolo, risotto ai funghi, or the saffron-flavored risotto alla Milanese. Agnolotti is a type of ravioli stuffed with minced lamb. There are many fish dishes worth trying featuring anchovies, baccala (salt cod), swordfish, salmon, sea bass, and more. Lumache (snails) are another local delicacy worth trying, served with garlic, tomato and olive oil. Finish off your meal with dolci o formaggi (desserts or cheeses). For the dessert part, bunet, gelati, lemon and apple sorbetti, panna cotta, tiramisu, torta di mele, and zabaglione are popular. Delectable cheeses produced locally include stracchino, toma, robiola, raschera, and fontina. Be sure to accompany your meal with a generous glass of Barolo or Barbaresco wine.


Getting Around Turin

There is an efficient public transportation system serving Turin that includes buses, trams, and the first driverless underground line, which was opened for the 2006 Olympics. Tickets must be purchased before you get on the bus, and can be found at tobacconists, certain bars, and from ticket offices at stations. Stops are very clearly marked with yellow signs. There is a 3-day Torino and Piedmont Card that provides unlimited use of the transit system and is a good deal if you plan on visiting a lot of museums. Cycling is somewhat precarious in Turin, although it does have a network of bike paths. There is a bike-sharing service called ToBike that can be found all over the city. All the main car rental companies have locations at the Turin Airport. If you wish to use taxis to get around Turin, know that it is not customary to hail cabs from the street, but rather to book them by telephone. Note that the meter starts as soon as your call is received.

This pleasant and posh city is sure to impress when you visit via business class flights to Turin. Travel in luxury and style with premium tickets and enjoy every moment of your journey. Whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure, business class flights to Turin are the sure-fire way to guarantee a successful, efficient, and top-quality experience that you will never forget.

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