How to get from Turin Airports to City Centre

Caselle Airport Rail Station

There are two airports near Turin City: Caselle Airport and Cuneo Levaldigi Airport. Find out how to get from Turin airports to the city centre.

How to get from Turin Airport to City Centre

Caselle is the main airport of Turin. The actual name of the Airport is Aeroporto Sandro Pertini.


Turin Airport to City Centre By Taxi

A Taxi from Caselle central to Turin costs about €30 and takes about 30 minutes.


Turin Airport to City Centre By Bus

The bus is a viable and much cheaper option. The SADEM and the Terravision bus service link the Airport with Turin city centre. The buses depart from the arrival level. The ticket offices are in the arrival lounge.

SADEM service starts at 6.10am till midnight. Check the timetable.

Terravision has frequent departures all day, check timetable.

The bus makes one stop at Porta Susa. This stop is 150m distance from the Porta Susa station exit. The journey between Caselle Airport and Porta Nuova is about 50 minutes long.


Turin Airport to City Centre By train

The only rail link available from Caselle Airport, is the one to Dora rail station. It is a 19 minutes trip from Dora station to Caselle by train and costs €3. 

Departure from Caselle Airport: on weekdays, the first departure is at 5.04am and last departure at 9.03pm. Check the timetable for more information.

The bus line 52 links Dora rail station to the main railway station of Turin, Porta Nuova, near the city centre. The trip from Dora rail station to Porta Nuova by bus (line 52) it's 10 minutes long.



Cuneo Airport to Turin City Centre

Cuneo Airport has a small single structure terminal building no more that 100m wide and 20m deep. Passing throughout the terminal is quick.

Cuneo Airport to Turin Centre By Bus

There is a bus service with scheduled departures from the airport after each flight arrival. If a flight is late, the bus will wait, so the published departure times are not fixed. The 2013 price is €6 (one way).

Bus Stop & Tickets

Inside the terminal, there is no sign for the bus and no facility for buying tickets.

The bus is easy to find. From baggage reclaim, walk through the door into the small Arrivals Hall and take the first door on the right to exit the terminal building.

From there, look ahead and right. The Torino Bus will be behind a couple of mini-busses travelling to other nearby destinations. Put your larger bags into the hold and enter the bus by the front door. The driver will sell you a ticket.

Typically, buses wait outside the airport to transport passengers away from two flight arrivals. Passengers on the first of the arriving flights, will experience a delay while the other flight lands and all passengers clear Immigration and Baggage reclaim.

When the small arrivals area is vacated and everyone is seated on the buses, they depart for their respective destinations. The journey from Cuneo Airport to Turin takes about 60 minutes.

On arrival at Torino Lingotto FS, the Bus stops 180m from the terminal. Everyone has to leave the bus, as this is the final destination. The bus has stopped at the Lingotto FS, the rail station. This is not the Metro station. The Lingotto FS Rail station and the Lingotto Metro are not close to each other.

Lingotto FS Rail to Lingotto Metro

  1. Consider a taxi for a quick transfer at a cost of about €6 (2013 prices).
  2. Walk, by heading right on Via Mario Pannunzio, over the roundabout onto Via Carlo Bossoli. Turn north onto Via Pio VII and continue 800m to the disused Villaggio Olimpica (from the 2006 Winter Olympics) at 181 Via Giordano Bruno, pass through the almost deserted centre, up the wide spiral stairway, over the rail tracks on the long and high footbridge (great views) and into the Gallery 8 Shopping Mall. Exit the Mall for the Lingotto Metro. A total walk distance of about 1.7km.