Nestled at the foot of the Alps, Turin is one of the most interesting Italian cities with rich history and awe-inspiring architecture. Car hire from Turin Airport allows you to see the city and the Piedmont region at your own pace and make the most of your stay in Italy. Auto Europe's outstanding car rental rates are made to fit budget travels and thanks to the large selection of cars available, everyone is sure to find a well-suited car hire option.
Turin Airport (TRN)
Official name: Turin-Caselle Airport
Address: Strada Aeroporto, 12, 10072 Caselle Torinese Torino, Italy
Location: The airport is situated 8 miles to the north from Turin.
Airlines operating from the airport: BA, Thomas Cook Airlines, easyJet, and Ryanair provide connections to the UK. Other European destinations are serviced, among others, by Air France, Germanwings, Lufthansa, KLM, Turkish Airlines, and Wizz Air. Domestic flights are operated by Alitalia.
Built in 1953, Turin Airport underwent subsequent renovation works in 1989 and in 2005 for the Winter Olympics taking place in 2006. The last modernization of the airport saw the expansion of the terminal, new boarding gates were built, and the airport gained a modern boarding lounge. One major 3-storey terminal houses both arrivals and departures.
Car rental desks can be found in the multi-storey car park in the arrivals lounge located in front of the terminal. The name of your supplier is stated on the voucher you receive from Auto Europe once your booking is confirmed. Proceed to the respective desk and have your voucher as well as driving licence, and a credit card ready to go through the pick-up procedure. Most importantly, check the vehicle for any existing damage and mark it on the pick-up report.
Upon drop-off, the vehicle will be inspected again for any additional damages, which you can be held liable for, depending on your insurance. Remember to return the car with a full or empty tank of fuel, according to the chosen fuel policy.
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The airport terminal is divided into three main areas: arrival, departure, and boarding lounge with various facilities located in all parts. The largest selection of clothes shops, restaurants, and book stores can be found in the boarding lounge. In the arrivals counterpart, visitors can find a general newsagents shop with newspapers, books, and gadgets. A clothing store, bookshop as well as chocolate shop are available for travelers in the departure lounge. On top of the shopping possibilities, there is an interesting selection of restaurants and bars scattered throughout the terminal.
The terminal is connected with Turin by the RA10 road and it will take you approximately 20 to 30 minutes to get to the city centre by a car hire from Turin Airport. If you take the A40 motorway from Turin, you will be in less than 2 hours in the fashion capital Milan. Visit our Italy driving information page to learn about traffic regulations in the country.
If you opt for public transport, there is a convenient rail link to the city centre. A trip from the airport station, located close to the terminal, to the GTT Dora station in Turin takes only 19 minutes. Bus services to Turin are operated by Sadem; the bus stop is in front of the terminal at the arrivals level. If you choose to take a taxi, these can be found on the left side from the arrivals exit.
Multiple parking possibilities are available at Turin Airport, right across from the main terminal building. These include open-air, multi-storey, long and short term stay parking facilities. Parking can be pre-booked online and paid on the spot at the ticket machine before leaving the airport.
On-street parking is allowed in Turin along the blue lines only. Parking tickets can be purchased from "tabacchi" or newsagents. A number of paid public car parks are available in the city centre as well. Restricted parking zones are called ZTL; pay careful attention to these signs as otherwise if parked there, you are sure to have your car towed away and incur a high fine.