Turin Airport (TRN), also known as Turin-Caselle Airport or Sandro Pertini Airport (named after former Italian president) is located at Caselle Torinese, small town 16 kilometres away from the city of Turin in northern Italy. The airport covers an area of approximately 57 thousand square meters and has one runway. On average, more than 300 000 passengers pass through Turin Airport.
How to get from Turin Airport to Turin
Airport shuttle bus
The bus service SADEM has a shuttle bus to Turin city centre and stops at Porta Nuova and Porta Susa railway stations. One-way ticket to Turin costs 6,50€ (NOTE: you will pay additional 1€ if you buy the ticket in the bus, so we suggest buying the ticket before getting on bus). The journey lasts 45-50 mins and it departs every 15/30 mins (see the timetable here).
The metro line Torino – Ceres by GTT company connects the city of Turin with the airport. The first metro departs from the airport at 5:04 am and the last one at 9:03pm. The journey lasts around 20 mins and the price of one-way ticket is 3€.
Official airport taxis are located in front of the Arrivals terminal. It takes 30 minutes to the centre of Turin and you will have to pay approximately 30€ (depending on traffic).
If you want more comfort, or you have a lot of luggage, you can always book a private door-to-door transfer to your accommodation in Turin. The best option would be to book it online, and your driver will wait for you in the arrivals area with a name sign.
Renting a car at Turin airport
Having your own car is always an advantage, so if you decide to rent a car, we recommend renting it online or at the airport. Most of car rental companies like Europcar, Budget Noleggio, Maggiore etc. are situated in the airport area (in front of the airport entrance/exit).
Renting a bus at Turin airport
If you are coming in a larger group (+10 people), consider renting a bus prior to your arrival. Buses are offered by several bus rental companies in the area.
From TRN to Milan: To get to the city of Milan from the airport, first take shuttle bus to Porta Susa railway station, and from there take Regional or Trenitalia Eurostar line. The train ticket costs around 20€ and the journey lasts approx. 50 mins.
FAQ – bus and transport from Turin airport
No, the shuttle bus is very frequent (every 15 minutes or 30 mins on holidays and Sundays). The last one departs at 00:30, but in case you missed them all, you can always call an official airport taxi which operates 24/7.
Sure thing. There are a few hotels situated in the airport area:
Jet Hotel (4*) – 500m from the airport; free Wi-Fi, breakfast and parking, laundry service
Hotel Ristorante Ruatta – 2km from the airport; free Wi-Fi, breakfast and parking
Yes, of course. The best way to do so is to take the shuttle bus or metro which will take you directly from the airport to the city centre and are the most convenient way of transportation. Unfortunately, there is no luggage storage facilities at the airport but you can leave your suitcases at Porta Nuova train station for 3.80€ per item (first 5 hours, after that you pay 0.60€ per hour).
There are no direct lines from the airport but it is possible to take a bus to other cities once you get to Turin centre (bus terminal) and pick one of the popular routes like Turin – Genoa, Turin – Nice (FR) or Turin – Florence. You can also check other destinations from Turin at getbybus.com
Yes, there is Unicredit Bank and Banca Sella ATMs at the airport and Forexchange service working 24/7, but it would be better to exchange the money before the trip and have some euros on you since the rate will be a lot higher on the spot and no currency other than euro is accepted.