Turin's airport, Caselle Aeroporto Internazionale di Torino, is 16 km (10 miles) north of the city center.
Renovations to the airport were made in preparation for the 2006 Winter Olympics. Modernization included terminal expansion, a modern boarding lounge, a bus lot, and additional boarding gates. It is now possible to fly into Turin's airport from many European countries.
Transportation to Turin City Center
Express Rail Service: The railway station is located very near the air terminal. Rail service between the air terminal and GTT Dora Station in northwestern Turin takes 19 minutes, also stopping at Madonna di Campagna. Departures are every 30 minutes to Turin from 06:49am to 09:19pm and back to the airport from 05:13am to 07:43pm. You can buy a full-day ticket that can be used on public transport in Turin as well.
Bus Service:: Bus service between downtown and the Turin airport has several stops enroute to the Porta Nuova main railway station including Porta Susa railway station. The bus leaves and arrives at Porta Nuova at the corner of Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and Via Sacchi.
The bus leaves Porta Nuova Station every 30 minutes from 5:30 - 8:30 and 16:30 - 21:00. From 08:15 - 16:30 and 21:00 - 22:30 it departs every 45 minutes. Buy your ticket from a bar near the bus terminal.
From the airport the bus leaves on the arrivals level just in front of the exit. There are ticket machines inside or you can buy them at the tourist office or the newstand in the departure lounge. The bus service runs from 6:30-23:30.
Taxi: The taxi rank is located on the left at the exit of the Arrivals level. In January 2006, the approximate cost of a taxi to the city center is 30-40 euros.
Car Rental: Car rental companies at Turin airport are Europcar, Avis, Hertz, Easy Car, Sixt, Thrifty, Maggiore, and Targarent. Car rental offices are located in the arrivals level near the exit. Note: If you're staying in Turin's city center, car rental is not recommended since there is good public transportation and driving and parking are sometimes difficult in the center.
Milan's Malpensa Airport:
Travelers from the United States may arrive at Milan's Malpensa Airport, the large international airport north of Milan. From the airport there is a bus to Milan's main train station. From there a train to Turin will take about 1 1/2 hours. Milan's Linate airport also has flights to and from Europe.
For more airports see our Italy Airports Map.