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How to get from Turin Airport to Turin City Centre

Turin is Italy’s fourth largest city and one of the most underrated holiday destinations in the country. It boasts a fascinating history leading to incredible landmarks, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site made up of palaces and villas. Moreover, it is home to wonderful green spaces, the birthplace of Lavazza – the famous Italian coffee brand and the first production of solid chocolate and Vermouth!

So when visiting this fascinating city, you will land at Torino International Airport, and you have two transportation options to get to the city centre. You can take a taxi or the bus. Taking a Turin taxi or a private transfer is always the most convenient way to get around a new city. They are reliable and provide 24/7 door-to-door transportation, getting you to the city centre in 25 minutes. For a more cost-savvy alternative, you can take the local bus, which takes 40 minutes to Turin city centre.

Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Turin at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.

Comparison of the options

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Taxi €28 25min 24/7
Bus €8 40min 04:45–23:30

How to get from Turin airport to Turin city centre by taxi

Choosing to take a taxi from Turin airport to the city centre is the perfect option to get around a new city. Taxis are safe and offer 24/7 door-to-door services in the comfort of a private vehicle, taking 25 minutes to reach your Turin hotel.

Taxi fare from Turin Airport to the city centre

Taxis in Italy calculate their fares using a taximeter based on the time and distance travelled. Expect to pay around €28 during the day and €32 at night, on the weekend or during a public holiday to cover the journey from Turin airport to Turin city centre.

Nevertheless, if you wish to travel at a fixed rate with a local English-speaking driver, you can pre-book your Turin private transfer with Welcome Pickups.



Trip Duration

25 Min.

*Prices may vary unless booked in advance.

Value for Money

Taxis are available 24/7 at Torino International Airport.

Where do I get a taxi from?

You can find the official taxi ranks outside the Arrival Halls at Turin airport.


Taking a taxi from Turin airport to Turin city centre is the most convenient and comfortable way to travel. Taxis offer 24/7 door-to-door transportation whilst taking care of you and your loved ones.

Editor’s Note

Please note that Turin taxis have two prices: tariff 1 for day trips and tariff 2 for night, weekend and public holidays.

Useful Tips

It is uncommon to tip your Turin taxi driver, although it is appreciated. Most travellers round up their end fare to the higher amount.
Ensure your Turin taxi driver starts, resets and applies the correct tariff to their taximeter.
You can always ask your Turin taxi driver for an estimated price to avoid any bad surprises.

How to get from Turin airport to Turin city centre by bus

For travellers on a budget, a great alternative is to take the Arriva bus No. 268. The bus is direct from Turin airport, taking 40 minutes to reach the city centre.

How much is a bus ticket from Turin airport to Turin city centre?

A one-way bus ticket from Turin International Airport costs €4. Tickets are available for 120 minutes and can be used on any other Turin public transportation.

You can purchase your tickets at the airport vending machines or directly from the bus driver with a €1 supplement.



Trip Duration

40 Min.

The 268 bus runs every 15 minutes from Monday to Friday and every 30 minutes on the weekends.

Value for Money

The Arriva 268 bus is available Monday to Friday from 04:45 to 23:30 and on the weekends from 05:15 to 23:30.

Where do I get the bus from?

You can find Turin airport bus station in front of the main Arrival Halls.


Taking the train from Turin airport to Turin city centre is the perfect cost-savvy alternative for travellers on a budget, as buses are direct and frequent. However, once you reach the bus station, you will have to find your way to your Turin hotel, which can be difficult when travelling with heavy luggage.


Editor’s Note

Be aware that you will have to pay a €1 supplement when purchasing your bus ticket onboard.

Useful Tips

An Express bus, which goes into Turin city centre without stops, runs during the summer.
The bus vehicle is comfortable and large, with plenty of luggage storage space.

Welcome Pickups transfer

Welcome Pickups

Book a trained, English-speaking taxi driver to pick you up at the same price as a regular cab from the line

If you feel more relaxed knowing that somebody is waiting for you, you may as well book a Welcome Pickups transfer. As soon as you arrive at the airport you will be greeted by your driver. He will be waiting for you at the terminal of your arrival with a sign that has your name on it. Your driver will help you out with your luggage and together you will make your way to the vehicle. While he is driving you to your accommodation, the driver can give you some tips and recommendations on what to do during your holidays in Turin. Our drivers are hand-picked and speak fluent English. No need to worry about miscommunication issues that you may face with the local taxi drivers regarding your destination. Relax and enjoy your ride.

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Same price as a regular taxi from the line


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Frequently asked questions

How far is Turin airport from the city centre?

Turin International Airport is located a short 16 km away from Turin city centre; it takes around 25 minutes to reach by car or taxi.

How can I get to Turin airport from the city centre?

There are three transportation options from Turin airport to Turin city centre; you can take a taxi or private transfer, taking 25 minutes, or the local bus, which takes approximately 40 minutes.

What’s the average Turin airport to city centre taxi cost?

Taxis from Turin airport to the city centre calculate their fares using a taximeter. A 25-minute taxi ride costs around €28 during the day and €31 at night, on weekends or holidays.

Is there a direct bus from Turin airport to the city centre?

Yes, the local bus service directly connects Turin airport and the city centre, taking around 40 minutes.

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