Turin, Italy

Whether you’re looking for an original city trip or a fantastic winter sports destination, a flight to Turin takes you where you need to go.

After only 90 minutes, you’ll land in Turin, a charming city, beautifully situated in the heart of the Alps that is perfect for pleasure seekers and foodies alike, since dining has been raised to a fine art in Turin. Apart from mouthwatering Italian cuisine, Turin is also the city of chocolate, stuzzichini (finger food), wine and white truffles. Luckily, there is enough to see and do here to walk it all off afterwards! Beautiful squares, more than 16,000 (!) shops and plenty of museums.

When are you flying to Turin?

A citytrip to Turin is a fabulous destination for a city trip all year round. But did you know that this city in Northern Italy is also the gateway to several fantastic winter sports areas? During the winter, you’ll find more than 500 kilometres of slopes in places like Vialattea and Bardonecchia. We hope you have ‘un buon volo’ (good flight)!

If you’re looking for some inspiration for your trip, then check out our selection of top sights in Turin right away!

Practical information

Transport to/from the airport

Turin’s airport is located about 16 km from the city centre. You can travel to/from the airport by taxi, bus or train.
  • Taxi

    The taxi ranks are outside to the left of the arrival hall. The journey to the centre of Turin takes about 30 minutes and costs between €30 and €50.
  • Bus

    There are two bus companies that go from the airport to the centre of Turin: SADEM and Terravision. These are outside the arrivals hall. The Terravision buses are less frequent than the SADEM buses. A one-way ticket costs €6.50. If you buy your bus ticket in the bus, it costs €0.50 more. 

  • Train

    The centre of Turin takes about 19 minutes. The railway station is 150 metres from the departures hall. A train ticket costs €3.

Transport in the city/region

Travel anywhere within Turin:
  • Metro

    If you want to explore the western and southern sides of Turin, then the tram is perfect!
  • Bus

    There are plenty of buses in Turin that run regularly. Explore the area around Turin by bus.
  • Tram

    The tram is the best way to get a quick impression of Turin. The main tram runs around and through the city centre. There are also a few historic trams in Turin which go to the city’s most beautiful historic monuments.
  • Train

    There are 2 main railway stations in Turin. Take the train for convenient trips to cities such as Rome and Pisa.
  • Taxi

    You can hail taxis anywhere in Turin city centre. There are usually taxi ranks at the busy places of the city such as at the sights and at stations.

Passport and visa

You need a valid passport or identity card.

Time zone

GMT +1 (summer time +2)
There is no time difference between Turin and the Netherlands. 


The currency used in Turin is the Euro (EUR).

Duration of flight

The flight to Turin is about 2 hours. The outbound and inbound flights may be shorter if the wind direction is favourable.