Turin

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Brandon Le Clerk

"What I really love about InterNations? Making new business contacts and friends in real life. This is a unique plattform."

Li Wang

"At my first InterNations Rome Get-Together I met more expats then expected. InterNations made is so easy to settle in."

Enjoy living and working in Turin

Are you an expat living in Turin? You will surely come across many questions, such as ʺWhat documents does the Italian aliens department require for a work permit?”, ʺHow do I go about finding some non-touristy restaurants with traditional cuisine?ʺ, or ”What can other expats recommend for language schools in town?”

Looking for all of the information that is important for living and working in Turin can take you hours. However, by using our Turin expat guide you can greatly simplify your relocation to Turin. Beginning with food and shopping top tips about culture & sights - the guide deals with all the different facets of the expat life in Turin.

Top Articles in the Turin Expat Guide

  • Moving to Turin

    Turin is a well-known industrial hub in Italy. However, a move to Turin can offer a lot more than just work opportunities. Our article on moving to Turin has just the information you need on housing and accommodation, climate and more for expats and their families.
  • Living in Turin

    If you are an expat living in Turin, the “first capital of Italy”, you will enjoy a city steeped in history and culture, but, at the same time, at the cutting-edge of technology, thanks to important institutions such as the Polytechnic University of Turin. So get informed about life in Turin, from healthcare to culture.
  • Working in Turin

    During the Italian economic boom, Turin was a favorite destination for those who were looking for a job. Nowadays, Turin is one of the cities in Italy’s industrial north which have weathered the economic crisis and opportunities for work in Turin still exist. Read on for expat infos on working permits, taxation, and more.

Information for the Expat Life in Turin

Are you looking for specific information, such as embassies and consulates in town or a doctor speaking your native language in Italy? On top of our expat guide, you will have access to our expat directory for Turin, which provides you with a complete catalogue of all expat-relevant locales and relocation services in Turin. Moreover, you also can take full advantage of our Turin expat forum in order to look for tips and information from your fellow expatriates.

Become part of InterNations Turin and you’ll be warmly greeted with a welcoming Buongiorno from our expats living and working in Turin.

Brandon Le Clerk

"What I really love about InterNations? Making new business contacts and friends in real life. This is a unique plattform."

Li Wang

"At my first InterNations Rome Get-Together I met more expats then expected. InterNations made is so easy to settle in."

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