The Car Rental desks are found in the arrivals lounge or in the multi-storey car park. These desks can be remarkably busy with long queues at peak times so we would recommend sending a driver through to begin queuing whilst others in the party collect the luggage.
Turin Airport, also known as Turin-Caselle Airport (TRN), is located about 16 kilometers (approximately 10 miles) north-northwest of the city of Turin in the Piedmont region of Italy. When driving to and from Turin Airport, you can expect the following:
- A55 Tangenziale Nord di Torino: This is the main highway that connects the airport to the city of Turin. It provides a direct route to and from the airport and is typically well signposted.
Traffic: Traffic conditions can vary depending on the time of day and season. The road to and from Turin Airport is generally well-maintained and should not be overly congested. However, like any airport, it can be busier during peak travel times, so plan your journey accordingly.
Distance to Nearest Towns and Destinations:
Turin City Center: The airport is relatively close to Turin's city center, and the drive typically takes about 30-40 minutes, depending on traffic conditions. The distance is approximately 16 kilometers.
Milan: If you plan to drive from the airport to Milan, the distance is approximately 150-160 kilometers (about 93-99 miles), and the drive usually takes around 1.5-2 hours via the A4 highway (Autostrada A4).
Alps and Ski Resorts: Turin is a gateway to the Alps, and there are numerous ski resorts in the region. The distance to popular ski destinations like Sestriere or Bardonecchia can vary, but they are typically within a few hours' drive from the airport.
Wine Country: Piedmont is known for its wine regions, including Barolo and Barbaresco. Driving to these wine regions from the airport can take about 1-2 hours.
Turin Airport is well-connected to the city and the surrounding areas. The airport itself is relatively easy to navigate, and road signs are typically clear. When returning a rental car or departing from the airport, make sure to allow enough time for check-in and security procedures. Also, keep in mind that the road network in Piedmont offers access to many charming destinations, historic sites, and beautiful natural landscapes, so you may want to explore the region further during your visit.
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for tips on driving in Italy.