Coassolo Torinese Vacation Packages
From Coassolo Torinese, Turin is 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast, while Milan is approximately 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the east.
The Parrocchia San Nicolao and Campanaria Tower are good places to visit in Coassolo Torinese.
When it comes to getting the best out of your holidays, it's worth remembering that Coassolo Torinese is just just the start; Piedmont is dotted with scenic delights. Head 17 miles (27 kilometers) northwest to Volpiano, where you can enjoy the Comune di Volpiano Square and Church of the Brotherhood.
Turin, is another interesting spot to visit. It is around 19 miles (31 kilometers) from Coassolo Torinese and offers a wide range of tourist attractions, including Valentino Castle, Castello di Venaria and Piazza San Carlo. Villa della Regina, Stadio Olimpico (Stadio Comunale di Torino) and Royal Library are also good places to spend time.
When the weather is fine, why don't you grab the chance to investigate Piedmont's open-air exhibits, gardens and open-air museums?. Should the weather turns nasty; fear not, Piedmont features plenty of indoor history museums, mansions and indoor markets, that'll keep you and your family happily occupied.
If the ideal holiday for you is focussed on the outdoors and rugging up against the cold weather, this region will be a great destination. Cross-country skiing is a popular activity. Snowboarding is also common. If you like to take things a little easier while you are on a holiday, Piedmont has some great options for you, such as shore fishing and bird watching.
When the time comes to pack up your backpack and say "Ciao", you'll have plenty of happy memories to keep forever.
Accommodation in Coassolo Torinese
It could be a bit of a struggle booking accommodation in Coassolo Torinese itself, as there are presently no vacancies listed on Expedia's up-to-the-minute database. However, if you don't mind commuting, you could check out the Hotel Sangri-là, 0.3 miles (0.6 kilometers) away in Lanzo Torinese.