Rental car in Torino Lingotto

Rent your car today and collect it near Lingotto in Torino in the heart of the city centre. Our office in Via Nizza is an ideal strategic point to visit the incomparable architectural and cultural treasures.

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25/06 Mar 09:00 - 13:00; 14:30 - 18:29
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26/06 Mer 09:00 - 13:00; 14:30 - 18:29
27/06 Gio 09:00 - 13:00; 14:30 - 18:29
28/06 Ven 09:00 - 13:00; 14:30 - 18:29
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30/06 Dom
01/07 Lun 09:00 - 13:00; 14:30 - 18:29

Rental car in Torino Lingotto area

Sicily by Car is the ideal partner for your rental car in Turin.

How to reach our office

Our rental point is located right inside the famous exhibition centre of Lingotto Fiere (former headquarters of the FIAT factories), in via Nizza 294, in front of the parking space (when you have to return the vehicle follow these directions starting from where you are). Remember that you can also find us at Turin-Caselle airport.

Available vehicles

In our Turin office, you can find a car for any need or occasion. If you are looking for a means to move easily in the chaos of rush hour traffic, a city or an electric car will certainly be the ideal solution. Electric vehicles have free access to the Palermo ZTL and have no charging costs. Do you need to spend a holiday with your family or in the company of your friends? Our spacious station wagons or perhaps a 9-seater minivan will give the right level of comfort to your stay in Palermo. But our offers don't end here! In our fleet you will also find manual or automatic transmission: convertibles, luxury cars for an elegant rental, SUVs and even commercial vans if your needs are related to business needs or a move. What are you waiting for? Rediscover the pleasure of driving onboard our vehicles!

To rent a vehicle you need a credit card in the driver's name. In the Turin Lingotto office, however, you can rent a car even with a debit card. Please check the specific conditions relating to this rental formula.

One way rental

You can pick up your car in Turin Lingotto and deliver it to our city offices, or even to Milan Linate airport, without paying any extra costs. The return in the same city is free! If, on the other hand, you have to return to another city, a surcharge will be applied. Here is a list of the offices within a radius of 100 km from Malpensa.

Office Cost
Turin Airport - (TRN)Free
Other stationsExtra charge

Monthly rate

Sicily by Car is not just for short-term rental. If you need a vehicle for more than 26 days, our limited mileage monthly rental might be right for you. You can choose between 1500, 2500 and 4,000 kilometres per month and extend the contract duration up to a maximum of 3 months.

Optional covers

In this office, we offer a rental service for extra accessories (child seats, snow chains ...) to perfectly assist your car rental experience! Furthermore, our optional coverage will protect you from any eventuality not covered by the standard coverage included in each rental. Book our additional services in advance, your safety is priceless!

Car rental for novice drivers

Age is not a problem, young drivers from the age of 19 and who have obtained their driving licence for at least a year and a day, can access the car rental with the daily Young Driver supplement.

Turin, the Lady. A bit austere and slightly enjoyable, reactionary and reformist, it seems a paradox but this city, refined and elegant as few, contains a thousand facets and surprising hidden aspects that enhance its mysterious and detached charm.

A variegated melting pot, Turin today is a contemporary city that has its roots in a noble past still imposing thanks to its urban aspect where its famous squares and superb arcades, are the emblem.

San Carlo square

To discover Turin we start from here, starting with the square that is identified as the living room of Turin: Piazza San Carlo, a show of greatness, beauty and elegance that since 1618 is dedicated to San Carlo Borromeo.

In the centre of the square stands the statue of Emanuele Filiberto and on the sides are the two twin baroque churches of Santa Cristina and San Carlo.

Here even today the Turinese meet in the shadow of the ancient arcades in the historic cafes that have animated the life of the city since the 1800s between cultural, civic and lounge discussions.

Near the square, you will find the Egyptian Museum, one of the most famous heritage sites in the city and, importantly, the second museum of Egyptian antiquities after that of Cairo. We strongly advise you not to miss this incredible experience!

Not far away is Piazza Carignano with its imposing palace, the first parliament of the Kingdom of Italy and today, on the main floor, home to the national museum of Italian Risorgimento.

Not far from the eighteenth-century Teatro Carignano, the oldest in the city and certainly among the most prestigious in Italy.

Castello square

Continue along Via Roma, the main street for shopping and luxury and you will arrive at Piazza Castello: you are in the aristocratic and historical heart of the city.

The grandeur of the square and its luxurious arcades will immerse you in the most typical atmosphere of Turin.

Elegant historic bars, refined signs and luxurious shops frame the Royal Palace, which has been a Savoy residence for over three centuries.

The Palace is a triumph of splendour and wealth that will dazzle you with golden stuccos, majestic furnishings and huge and finely frescoed halls: from the throne room to the ballroom, without missing the Staircase of the Scissors.

After the visit, the magnificence of the Royal Gardens awaits you, recently reopened to the public. Next to the Palace stands the Royal Church of San Lorenzo, with its beautiful Baroque façade.

Also in the square, you can visit the Teatro Regio, one of the most important iconic places in Europe for opera and ballet, now reborn after a fire, and discover the imposing Palazzo Madama, a majestic museum among the most famous and important in Italy with an extraordinary collection of ancient works of art ranging from sculpture to the collection of porcelain among the most important in the world.

You are in the chic area of Turin, in what is identified as the quadrilateral of fashion and nightlife in Turin: so treat yourself to a stop for shopping and a fashionable aperitif.

The Duomo and the Mole Antonelliana

Staying close you will have the opportunity to visit the Duomo, the Cathedral of St. Giovanni the Baptist. The building, the only one in the city in Renaissance style, has an elegant white façade and a 60-metre-high bell tower.

Inside, in addition to numerous paintings of great value, you will find the most important and famous relic in the world, the Holy Shroud, which is a linen cloth with the human effigy of a man attributable to Christ deposed by the Cross.

Also in the centre is the Mole Antonelliana, another iconic Turin landmark that was once also the highest building in Italy.

La Mole, which owes its name to the architect who built it, offers a spectacular panorama of the city and the surrounding mountains and is currently home to the National Cinema Museum. This attraction is absolutely recommended for all those who want to know the history, customs and evolution of modern society through the story of the seventh art.

Piazza Statuto

The last square we suggest is Piazza Statuto, full of charm for the most esoteric aspects of the city. Formerly the seat of the Roman camps, where death sentences were carried out, the square has the reputation of being the nerve centre of black magic where Turin emerges as the capital.

Not far away you will find an example of Baroque among the most exemplary in the city: the Sanctuary of the Consolata, crossed the threshold, placed on an elegant white façade, the church will dazzle you with the richness of sacred furnishings, ancient stucco and beautiful polychrome marbles.

Other destinations

Turin is a city with a thousand cultural attractions. We also suggest the OMA, the Oriental Art Museum, which presents a vast collection of Asian works, and the Gallery of Modern Art with 45,000 works on display.

It is also almost necessary to point out one of the largest and most beautiful city parks in Italy, the Valentino Park, an extraordinary green lung crossed by the Po river and a favourite Sunday destination for many people from Turin for lunch outdoors along its banks.

Onboard one of the rented cars picked up in one of our Turin agencies you will have no difficulty in carving out an itinerary tailored to your preferences.

Markets in the city

We close this review with a special treat typical of the place: the markets of the city. In Turin, you can find countless objects and vintage clothing from true admirers.

Let's start with the Porta Palazzo market, famous for all the fruit and vegetables and food and wine delicacies. We continue with the Balon for fans of haggling and authentic vintage art and the Piazza Benefica Market offers labels and signatures of luxury in the open air. We also mention the Santa Rita market, a real mix of vegetables, fresh food, clothing and various items, and also the Crocetta market, the paradise of Turin clothing with many stalls dedicated to cashmere and fine wool.

Turin also has a zone ZTL (Limited Traffic Zone) that extends mostly to the historic centre of the city that prevents vehicular traffic, except for residents, in the morning hours. In this area, depending on the time, only pedestrian access is allowed. For more specific information, please consult the link of the Municipality of Turin.

It is also advisable to check the cost and time of parking on the blue lines.

Rent your car today and collect it near Lingotto in Torino in the heart of the city centre. Our office Corso Umberto I, 90 is an ideal strategic point to visit the incomparable architectural and cultural treasures of the historic centre of the Sicilian city.