Car Hire Turin Airport
Turin Airport is to the north of Turin in the north of Italy, whether you’re visiting for a city break to enjoy the scenery, cuisine and culture on offer or a ski break in The Alps, Skyscanner can help you get the best car hire from Turin Airport for your break.
Where to hire a car at Turin Airport
The car rental desks at Turin Airport are located in the multi storey car park where you will also pick up the car. Hertz, Sixt, Avis, Maggiore, Budget, Europcar and Thrifty Car Rental operate from here.
Petrol Stations near Turin Airport
If you hire a car from Turin Airport with a “full to full” fuel policy you will need to refuel your petrol tank before dropping off the car to avoid and excess charges being added to the cost of your car hire.
There is a conveniently located petrol station in the grounds of Turin Airport at the multi storey car park near the car hire collection and drop off points. There are also two Esso Petrol Stations near Turin Airport, both on the SP2, one north of the airport and the one to the south.
Driving around Turin Airport
After driving out of the airport you will be on the SP13 road and from here you can reach the A55, A4 and A5 to easily reach your destination. Many of the motorways in Northern Italy are toll roads with payments required when you drive through the toll booth upon exiting the road.
Getting to your destination
Here are some of the popular destinations for visitors to North Italy which can be easily reached from Turin Airport
The elegant former capital of Italy, Turin is full of landmark buildings with a touch of Parisian style. Turin’s history, architecture and café culture is the ideal city break destination and as it is still overlooked by many tourists there are a number of hidden gems to discover.
Turin Airport to Turin is an 18.5km drive via the RA10 taking approximately 30 minutes.
Turin can be congested and as a result parts of Turin city centre are closed between 7.30am and 10.30am on Monday to Friday. If you need to travel into the city centre you will need to plan your route outside of this period.
Cervinia is one of the highest ski resorts in The Alps resulting in 350m of exciting intermediate ski runs amid the outstanding scenery. The village resort has lots of activities, bars and restaurants available for your time away from the slopes.
Turin Airport to Cervinia is a 1 hour 30 minute 121km drive via the A5 toll road and SR46. When driving on the SP46 you will be heading into the mountains and will need to be aware of the change in road conditions and any weather issues such as snow storms that may be forecast during your drive. Parking is available at the hotels in Cervinia.
A conveniently located city perfect for those wanting a base from which they can explore the Piemonte Wine Region of Italy. The medieval town is combined with baroque architecture offering streets full of photo opportunities.
Driving to Asti from Turin Airport will take approximately an hour, bypass Turin on the A55 then exit onto the A21.
There are two car parks in the centre of Asti so parking generally isn’t a problem however a one way system and restricted traffic areas in the Old Town of Asti can make the city difficult to navigate.