New big events in Turin!

Many events in Turin in the coming months, many new reasons to jump on a flight and come to the best* city in the World!

Luci d’Artista in Turin is an artistic and cultural event, during which Turin is illuminated with real works of art conceived by contemporary artists and installed all over the city – with a focus on the city centre. The lightsare switched on every year between the end of October and the beginning of November, and remain untilthe end of the Christmas holidays. Since1998, the event has attracted numerous Italian and foreign tourists to the Piedmontese metropolis. This year, also thanks to the ATP Finals, the event will start a bit earlier on the 29th of October and will end on the 9th of January.

From 2021 to 2025, Torino will host the ATP Finals.

Among the most important tennis tournaments at international level, it features the 8 best tennis players in the world competing for the first time in Italy, for the title of Master of the Nitto ATP Finals. Another great sporting event after the 2006 Winter Olympics, for which Torino has competed winning the bid against cities such as Manchester, Tokyo, Singapore and London.
The Finals will take place at the Pala Alpitour in Torino, from 14 to 21/11/2021, the largest indoor sports arena in Italy. Watch the welcome message from Djokovic, Nadal and others!

Eurovision 2022

Turin has won the race to become the Host City of the 66th Eurovision Song Contest, having triumphed over 16 other competing bids. The Grand Final will be held in PalaOlimpico on Saturday 14 May with Semi-Finals on 10 and 12 May 2022.

Watch Turin’s Host City promotional bid video

Turin, a new Ryanair base

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (16th June) opened its 16th Italian base at Turin with two based aircraft – an investment of $200m – and 32 routes connecting Turin, both domestically & internationally, to 13 countries across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.

Ryanair’s new Turin base will deliver:

  • Two based aircraft ($200m investment), 60 direct jobs
  • 18 new routes (16 international / two domestic) for the winter season*
  • 32 routes in total (23 international / nine domestic)
  • Connections to winter holiday destinations such as Lanzarote, Malta, Mallorca and Marrakech, city breaks to Copenhagen, Budapest, London and Paris as well as domestic connections to Palermo, Naples and Bari.
  • Over 123 departing flights per week
Budapest 2
Copenhagen 2
Edinburgh 1
Krakow 2
Kyiv 2
Lanzarote 2
Luton 1
Lviv** 2
Madrid 2
Malaga 2
Marrakech 2
Palma** 2
Paris-Beauvais 3
Pescara** 2
Seville 2
Shannon 1
Tel Aviv 2
Trapani 3


**Service starts in Summer 2021