Pollen Count

Pollen count in Turin

Turin, Italy has a humid subtropical climate with cold winters and warm summers. Pollen seasons vary, with tree pollen in spring, grass pollen in summer, and weed pollen in fall.


Pollen counts in Turin can be high, particularly during the spring and fall. The city's location at the foot of the Alps can impact pollen distribution, with winds carrying pollen from surrounding areas.

Air quality in Turin can also affect pollen seasons, with higher pollen concentrations during periods of poor air quality. Despite this, many visitors and residents enjoy Turin's cultural attractions and outdoor activities during milder months.




When pollen counts are high, we suggest doing these things to help with allergies, especially on windy days when pollen is flying around.


* The pollen count information provided for Turin is for educational purposes only, sourced from the CAMS European air quality database. We cannot guarantee its accuracy or reliability. This information is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Consult a qualified healthcare provider for medical concerns. We are not medical professionals.