Which Turin Airport Should I Fly To?
Flights to Turin come in to one of two airports: the more central Turin International Airport, which is 10 miles (16km) from the city; and Levaldigi Airport, which is 40 miles (65km) to the south. If your flight to Turin is direct and originates in the UK, you’ll be landing at Turin International. The smaller Levaldigi handles a small number of routes from Italy and Morocco.
Flying into Turin's Airports
It's straightforward to fly to Turin from the UK and there are number of carriers including British Airways, Monarch and Thomas Cook Airways, as well as popular budget carriers, Ryanair, easyJet and FlyBe. Several UK airports offer direct flights to the city including Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton, Manchester, Edinburgh, Bristol and Birmingham.
Business-Class Flights to Turin
As a regional capital and the heart of Italy’s automobile industry, Turin gets a high volume of business visitors. Several airlines offer business-class flights to Turin, helping you work during the flight and arrive refreshed. You’ll also find a small range of premium lounges at the airport to help you relax and freshen up before or after your Turin flight.
Flying to Turin with Children
With a short flight time and a choice of family-friendly airlines, it’s simple to fly to Turin with children. On your return flight from Turin, look out for the Baby Lounge on the first floor of the departure lounge – it has a colourful play area, plenty of toys and comfortable chair for breastfeeding mothers.
Getting to and from Turin Airport
Transfers from Turin Airport to the city centre are easy. There is a railway station just metres from the terminal, providing a connection to Torino Dora station in just under 20 minutes. Airport buses and taxis are available from outside the terminal. For flights to Turin via Levaldigi Airport, an hour-long transfer on the Aerobus will drop you right in Turin city centre.
Turin’s Cultural Highlights
Turin is famous for its historic buildings, and many of the best are clustered around the bustling Piazza Castello and Piazzetta Reale. Visit the stunning Royal Palace and the 15th-century Turin Cathedral – home of the Holy Shroud – then tour the royal art collection at Galleria Sabauda. Head south down the busy shopping street of Via Roma to reach Turin's famous Egyptian Museum, which houses the largest collection of Egyptian relics this side of the Nile. It’s also worth visiting lesser-known districts such as Lingotto – set aside an afternoon for its National Car Museum, housed in the former Fiat Factory.
Book a flight to Turin today and discover a northern Italian gem packed with historic architecture, world-class museums and superb shopping.