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Location information for Novara

Novara is the capital of the Novara province within the Piedmont area, northwestern Italy. It is to the west from Milan. The city is an important junction for commercial traffic heading along the main routes between Milan, Turin, Genoa and Switzerland. This area is between the Agogna river and the Terdoppio river, about 38kms out from Milan and around 95kms away from Turin.

Novara is connected to both Turin and Milan via highway A4. The A26 motorway goes across most of the Novara province and a junction also connects it directly to Novara. Novara is connected to a system of many dual-carriageways and bypasses. The busy S11 from Milan and also Magenta goes via Novara on the way down to Turin and Vercelli.

This impressive connectivity in the area makes a car rental in Novara Downtown one of the most opportune ways to see the sights. Tourist attractions here are divided into two categories, inner old city sights and outer city sights. The most important attractions are in the historic center, which was previously enclosed by city walls. The core makes is the city's "Historic center" and hence, this is the district's name.

A car hire in Novara Downtown is easy to come by. If you have time before you set off, have a look online for some of the best deals. Online websites have many agents competing for their business and so can often provide really cheap car hire in Novara Downtown. However, with a bit of shopping around, it is also possible to get a good deal from agents after you arrive.

If you arrive on the 22nd of January, Novara will be celebrating the Feast of San Gaudenzio (Saint Gaudentius of Novara), who is the patron saint for Novara. All day long, people visit the tomb and buy delicious roasted chestnuts, locally referred to as marroni di Cuneo (" Cuneo chestnuts"). On the 23rd of March, there is also a re-enactment, where the 1849 Battle of Novara is recreated.