Located an hour from Turin 's historic centre, Levaldigi Airport - also known as Cuneo Levaldigi Airport - is the second main airport of Piedmont and serves the cities of Cuneo and Turin. Search Expedia’s range of hotels near Levaldigi Airport, offering convenient bases in the Piedmont countryside.
Located 40 miles (65km) south of Turin and 10 miles (16km) from Cuneo, Levaldigi is a good gateway to northern Italy's mountainous Piedmont region. Levaldigi Airport welcomes daily flights from across Europe, and serves a number of destinations via budget airlines including Ryanair, Blue Air and Wizz Air.
Levaldigi Airport is a very small yet modern regional airport. Facilities are relatively limited, but in the terminal there are cash machines and a cafe-bar that serves coffee, drinks and snacks. There is a car hire company on-site, and a long-stay car park for up to 400 cars.
Levaldigi Airport is linked to Turin via airport bus service, Aerobus, which runs regularly after each flight arrival. It carries passengers between the airport terminal, the city centre and Lingotto train station in south Turin, and takes around an hour to reach Turin city centre. You can also travel between Levaldigi Airport and Turin by train – the nearest station is Fossano, where you’ll also find a number of convenient Levaldigi Airport hotels.
As the airport is so small, there are no official airport hotels at Levaldigi Airport. For accommodation close to Levaldigi Airport, try searching in nearby Fossano, whose hotels are around 15 minutes’ drive from the airport. Alternatively, choose a hotel in Turin city centre, where there is a wide range of accommodation options. The main squares streets around the main squares of Piazza San Carlo and Piazza Castello are full of charming hotels and family-run B&Bs, most within walking distance of Turin's main sights.
Overlooking the Po River, the city of Turin is crammed with baroque architecture, museums and art galleries. It was Italy's original capital and remains a major hub for industry, commerce and trade. The best way to get your bearings is to head to Via Roma, the city's main drag. It’s lined with boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants, and leads to Piazza Castello, where you’ll find Turin Cathedral and the Royal Palace and gardens.
Turin is also the home of the Holy Shroud, said to be Christ's burial cloth. The original is kept in the Chapel of the Holy Shroud in Turin Cathedral, and only makes a rare public appearances – but you can learn more and see an exact replica in the Holy Shroud Museum.
Whether you're flying into Levaldigi Airport to explore the beautiful and mountainous Piedmont region, taking a skiing holiday in the Alps or visiting the historic city of Turin on a city break, use Expedia's easy-to-use search tools to find the best deals for your next trip to northern Italy.