Ryanair announced an exciting new route for its Prague Summer’22 schedule to Turin, Italy from the 5th of June.
This route which will operate twice per week, brings Ryanair’s total number of routes to/from Prague for Summer’22 to 29, connecting many cities and regions across Europe, giving our customers more options for travel than ever before.
To allow our customers to book flights at the lowest possible fares, we recommend everyone to book early and to encourage this we are launching a seat sale for all new routes with fares available from just / €19,99 one way for travel until October 2022, which must be booked by Wednesday 13th April.
“As Europe no. 1 airline, Ryanair is delighted to announce a new exciting route to Turin. Our Prague S22 schedule offers almost 120 weekly flights across 29 routes, including 1 new route to Turin & 1 new summer service to Naples. We encourage our Prague customers to visit Ryanair.com and book a trip to one of these excellent Italian destinations as soon as possible,” said Ryanair’s Country Manager for CEE, Olga Pawlonka.
“The resumption of air connections from Prague continues. The new Turin service launched by Ryanair will support further development of both outbound and inbound tourism. Turin has long been a destination we strove to connect,” adds Prague Airport Aviation Business Director, Jaroslav Filip.
Historic cafes, Lavazza coffee, gourmet chocolate, and Juventus: there’s a lot to love about Turin. As one of Italy’s industrial dynamos—notably the home of Fiat—it’s a rich city of grand museums, galleries, gorgeous piazzas and designer boutiques.
It is also home to one of the world’s largest food and wine fairs, the Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, which has a focus on Slow Food and runs every two years in September (the next event is due in 2020). As a bonus, the Alps are a short ride away, with snowy peaks visible on the horizon.
Planning Your Trip
It is possible to see Turin’s highlights in one rushed day, but to really appreciate the city you’ll need three days or more. On the tightest schedule, you could spend a morning in the Palazzo Reale and cathedral, grab lunch, coffee and chocolate at Caffè Baratti & Milano, then take in the Mole Antonelliana.
End the afternoon with a stroll down Via Roma and a vermouth or Caffe’ Torino, followed by an evening stroll along the River Po and dinner at Del Cambio or Cannavacciulo Bistrot.
On another day you could explore the Quadrilatero Romano (Turin Shroud Museum and Santuario della Consolata), as well as perusing the Museo Egizio and spending a lot more time eating and drinking in Turin’s cafés and chocolate shops.
A third day could take in the attractions of Lingotto and the Basilica di Superga (or the Juventus Museum), with a final day dedicated to touring the mind-blowing Savoy palaces outside the city.