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DISCOVER THE CAR HIRE TURIN PORTA NUOVA AND PICK UP YOUR HIRE CAR DIRECTLY AT THE AIRPORT
turin
Turin Porta Nuova
(Torino Porta Nuova)

The car hire Turin Porta Nuova is right inside the railway station, and it’s one of the newest openings proposed by B-Rent in 2019. With a daily traffic of 192,000 travellers approximately, Torino Porta Nuova is the third most visited railway station in Italy. Whether you are visiting Turin for the first time, as a tourist, or you are often there for work reasons, pick up your hire car directly from the train station: your journey starts here!

SERVICES

SHORT TERM CAR HIRE

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LONG TERM CAR HIRE

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  • FULL-LINERS FLEET
    (More of 21 categories
    between cars and commercial vehicles)
CONTACT DETAILS, OPENING HOURS AND DAYS
Turin

Inside the railway station not far from track 20, 10125 Torino
Phone: +39 011 20 53 803
Mob: +39 339 27 55 588
[email protected]

Opening Hours:
Mon - Sat: 8:30am - 7:30pm
Sun: 8:30am - 2pm

Special Opening Hours:
The Office is open on public holidays

Standard / Out of hours return:
The vehicle might be returned -even out of hours- to the parking lot Torino Porta Nuova, next to the railway station in via Sacchi (floor -3).

Road assistance service:
B-Rent provides its customers with complete 24-hour roadside assistance. You may contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, calling from Italy at the toll free number
800 71 39 98 and from abroad at the toll free number +39 02 582 45 794. Our customer service will be glad to offer you support and assistance. Additional information may be found at Road Assistance Service page.

INFORMAZIONI UTILI

ZTL


Many of the largest cities in Italy are subject to limitation in traffic within specific restricted areas called ZTL, which are monitored by cameras. The Central ZTL in Turin is active from Monday to Friday (7:30am-10:30am). Outside this area there are two more ZTL: Valperga and Valentino.
Notice: If you enter a restricted area to park your car in one of the suited garages situated inside the ZTL, you will be provided a form attesting that you were allowed to circulate in that area, so you will not be fined.

Central ZTL
● From Monday to Friday, 7:30am-10:30am.

Valentino ZTL
● Active 24 hours a day.
Area Romana ZTL
● Active everyday from 9:00pm to 7:30am;
● Piazza Emanuele Filiberto, from 7:30pm to 7:30am.


DOCUMENTS
What you need to pick it up:

  • Driving license
  • Identity card or Passport
  • And Credit Card (not Prepaid and Rechargeable Card)


ROAD TRAFFIC RULES

A guide with the main rules of circulation to drive a vehicle in Italy.









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PLACES OF INTEREST

The Devil’s Bridge

In 1378, the necessity to create a shortcut to connect the city of Turin with the Lanzo’s Valleys, led to the edification of a rock bridge, called "Bridge of Ròch" by the locals. The structure became known also as "The Devil’s Bridge", as a result of a legend, telling it was Satan himself to build it up, since the people of Lanzo attempted the construction twice, but the structure repeatedly collapsed under its own weight, and due to the strength of the stream beneath. What the devil asked in return, was the soul of the first living being daring to cross the bridge. To trick Satan, the people of Lanzo made sure that the first pure soul to get to the other side, was the one of a dog. Furious, the Devil hit his hooves on the rocks nearby, creating the so called "Glacial potholes".

MAUTO Turin

The National Automobile Museum of Turin is one of the eldest motor museums in the world. Although it hosted only thirty cars at the beginning, today the museum features thirty rooms and over two hundred vehicles, from eighty car manufacturers. The exhibition is divided on three floors, each of them, having its own theme: The Car and the 20th Century, Man and the Car, Cars and design. The Automobile Museum has also its own library, and a restoration school.




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