Car Rental in Turin
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Why rent a car in Turin?
Turin is a fascinating place to explore. Although large and impressive, it is more relaxed than the other great cities of Italy such as Rome and Milan. Its castles and churches are breathtaking, it has some of the best museums in the country, and its local cuisine will surprise even the most demanding gormets. With the freedom of a car, you can later continue your travels to the nearby Alps, the sea, or even neighboring countries like Switzerland and France.
One-Way Car Rentals in Turin
The most popular one-way rental options for pick up in Turin and drop off in another city include:
- From Turin to Pescara - 131 offers from US$ 27.59 per day
- From Turin to Naples - 124 offers from US$ 27.59 per day
- From Turin to Milan - 121 offers from US$ 27.59 per day
- From Turin to Bari - 124 offers from US$ 27.59 per day
- From Turin to Bologna - 84 offers from US$ 32.61 per day
Top ways to enter Turin
- Turin Airport: Also known as Turin-Caselle and Sandro Pertini Airport, Turin Airport serves around 4 million passengers every year. A hub for Blue Air, it has flights by more than 20 other airlines connecting the airport to destinations in all parts of Europe as well as some in North Africa. The airport is located about 16km (10 miles) north of Turin’s city center.
- Milan Malpensa Airport: The largest airport in Northern Italy and among the 25 busiest in Europe, Malpensa Airport handles nearly 25 million passengers every year. The airport offers flights to countless destinations in Europe as well as some in Africa, the Middle East, East and South Asia, and the Americas. Located about 130km (81 miles) northeast of Turin, the airport can be reached by car in about 90 minutes.
- Genoa Airport: Also known as Cristoforo Colombo Airport (the famous explorer was born in the city), Genoa Airport has flights by more than 20 different airlines including low-cost carriers like easyJet, Vueling, and Volotea. Serving the capital of the Liguria Region, the airport is located 163km (101 miles) southeast of Turin and can be reached in less than two hours.
- Milan Linate Airport: Another international airport serving Milan, Linate Airport is a big hub for the national carrier Alitalia and is also served by 11 other airlines. The airport hosts a number of domestic flights as well as flights to and from France, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Spain, Romania, and other countries. Located near the city center of Milan, Linate Airport is about 160km (99 miles) northeast of Turin and can be reached by car in less than two hours.
- By rail: If arriving in Turin by train, you can conveniently pick up your rental car at the Porta Nuova Railway Station or the Porta Susa Railway Station.
Useful city facts
- Turin enjoys a subtropical climate with drier winters and more humid summers than the rest of Italy. The average temperature is 22°C (72°F) in July, the warmest month, although temperature can be significantly higher on some summer days and heat waves are not uncommon. The average temperature is 2°C (36°F) in January, the coldest month, making Turin one of the coldest large cities in Italy.
- The first known civilization to have inhabited Turin was the Taurini, a Celto-Ligurian people who gave the city its name. Over its long history, Turin has seen many legendary rulers including the Ancient Romans, Ostrogoths, Lombards, and Carolingians. Nowadays, Turin is the capital city of Piedmont, a region made distinct by its accent, culture, and traditions.
Top destinations and activities
Villa della Regina. The impressive royal palace was built by the House of Savoy, the rulers of Turin, in the 17th century and has been one of the city’s landmarks ever since. The palace is surrounded by a garden as well as a vineyard that’s older than the building itself and has been providing grapes for wine since the late 16th century.
Egyptian Museum. Known as Egizio in Italian, this unique museum has the largest collection of Egyptian artifacts outside Egypt itself. With exhibitions on Ancient Egypt as well as on the later Coptic Christian and Muslim civilizations that came to rule that land, the museum houses many unique artifacts such as the Altar of Isis and the cliff temple of Ellesjia. The museum was renovated in late 2015 and is now even more impressive than before.
Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist. Turin’s main Duomo, this impressive cathedral was first built more than 500 years ago and was later enlarged to house the mysterious Shroud of Turin. Although the shroud itself is rarely displayed, the cathedral is nonetheless a very impressive place to visit thanks to its ornate chapels, towers, and church organ.
Traffic and parking tips
- The speed limit in cities is 50km/h, although in certain areas the speed limit may be reduced to 30km/h.
- Main highways are limited to 130km/h, non-major highways to 110km/h, and local roads to 90km/h. During the rain the limits are respectively lowered to 110km/h, 100km/h, and 80km/h. The general speed limit is lowered to 50km/h during heavy fog or other cases of bad visibility.
- Proof of insurance and the car’s documentation need to be in the car whenever you’re driving.
- When driving, you need to have your passport or ID card with you at all times.
- The legal alcohol limit is 0.05% for experienced drivers and 0.00% for novice drivers. Being over the allowed limit can result in hefty fines and even imprisonment.
- The emergency number, like elsewhere in the EU, is 112.
There are numerous toll roads in Italy. The exact fee depends on the route of your choice and type of a vehicle. See the official Italian toll road website for more information. Use the website’s toll road calculator to find out exactly how much you’ll have to pay for using the toll roads along your planned route.
Ideas for a day-trip
- La Venaria Reale. Located in the town of the same name, this immense palace was first built in the 17th century. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it houses impressive baroque structures such as the chapel of Sant’Uberto, the Galleria Grande, and the Diana’s Salon. Located just 14km (8.7 miles) northeast of Turin, La Venaria can be reached in about 20 minutes by car.
- The Italian Alps. Turin is a city that feels its mountain legacy and their proximity is why so many inhabitants have second homes in the thousands of little villages in the valleys. During summer, if you have a day and want to relax, take a trip to Gran Paradiso National Park, Orsiera Rocciavrè Park, or Val Varaita Park. During winter, the Alps offer a wide range of ski resorts from one of the world's greatest, Via Lattea, to a number of small ski areas which are less crowded and cheaper.
- Aosta Valley. One of the smallest regions of Italy, the Aosta Valley is also one of the most picturesque. Home to the impressive Alps, it borders some of Europe’s highest summits such as Mont Blanc (which is located on the French side of the border) and the Matterhorn (which is in Switzerland). Should the heights get you dizzy, drive down to the valleys where you’ll find plenty of cute, historic villages, each with their own story to tell and their own special delicacy to offer. Aosta, the capital city of the region, is located about 115km (71.4 miles) northwest of Turin and can be reached in about 90 minutes.
- Gran Paradiso National Park. Possibly the most scenic nature area in Italy, Gran Paradiso is the perfect place for long hikes in the mountains or simply for a refreshing day outdoors. The park is home to a number of unique species of wildlife, including the Alpine ibex (Gran Paradiso was originally built to protect this wild goat from overhunting), the grey wolf, and the Eurasian eagle-owl. About 150km (93 miles) northeast of Turin, the national park can be reached in two hours.
Most popular rental types and cars
The most popular rental car types in Turin are mini, economy, and compact. The most popular rental cars are the Citroën C1, the Fiat 500, and the Peugeot 308.
- Milan. Not only the most stylish city in Italy, Milan is also home to a wealth of famous landmarks from its gothic cathedral to the La Scala opera house, the Brera art gallery, and the modernist Pirelli tower. From here, you can also explore the rest of the Lombardy region starting with the beautiful Lake Como. Milan is about a two hour drive northeast of Turin.
- Switzerland. Turin is located near many interesting destinations in neighboring Switzerland. To the west is Geneva, the center of the French-speaking part of Switzerland and home to a stunning alpine lake. To the east is Ticino, the Italian-speaking part of the country that’s famous for picturesque towns like Lugano and Locarno. Both destinations can be reached in a couple of hours. Whichever way you choose to drive, you’ll be richly rewarded with culture, cuisine, and scenery. Keep in mind that to go from Italy to Switzerland you’ll have to cross an international border, so ask your car rental provider in advance if they permit it.
- Italian Riviera. Also known as La Riviera di Levante to differentiate it from the French part of the riviera, this beautiful stretch of coast in the province of Liguria is one of the favorite vacation spots for Italians. With plenty of options for sunbathing and doing water sports, the region is also famous for the town of Sanremo and its impressive historic center as well as for the Cinque Terre, five small fishing villages located in the rocky hills that are washed by the Mediterranean waves. Sanremo is just 230km (143 miles) south of Turin and you can explore the rest of the coastline from there.
Car Rental Prices in Turin
- Station wagons - from $59 per day
- Large cars - from $68 per day
- Medium cars - from $42 per day
- People Carriers/Vans - from $162 per day
- Premium cars - from $188 per day
- Small cars - from $31 per day
- SUVs - from $54 per day
How can I save money on my rental car?
There are things you can do to land a great rental car in Turin:
- Compare the rates of different rental car providers
- Book your rental car well in advance
- Plan your route before you go
- Know your fuel and mileage requirements
- Visit during the month when the rental prices are the cheapest. According to our data, visiting Turin is the cheapest in November when renting a car is a whole 75% cheaper than the yearly average. Come visit Piedmont in autumn!
Top 20 Cities near Turin
Rome Car Rentals from $9.49 per day549.5 km / 341.4 miles away
Milan Car Rentals from $8.64 per day96.8 km / 60.1 miles away
Naples Car Rentals from $9.89 per day721.7 km / 448.4 miles away
Venice Car Rentals from $11.40 per day368.9 km / 229.3 miles away
Pisa Car Rentals from $12.44 per day275.4 km / 171.1 miles away
Pescara Car Rentals from $10.91 per day607.5 km / 377.5 miles away
Bologna Car Rentals from $10.91 per day296.1 km / 184.0 miles away
Bari Car Rentals from $10.44 per day865.4 km / 537.8 miles away
Bergamo Car Rentals from $10.71 per day168.7 km / 104.8 miles away
Florence Car Rentals from $14.02 per day321.5 km / 199.8 miles away
Verona Car Rentals from $11.54 per day254.2 km / 158.0 miles away
Lamezia Terme Car Rentals from $10.64 per day995.6 km / 618.6 miles away
Brindisi Car Rentals from $10.91 per day977.7 km / 607.5 miles away
Genoa Car Rentals from $14.65 per day128.2 km / 79.7 miles away
Bolzano Car Rentals from $14.46 per day317.4 km / 197.2 miles away
Padua Car Rentals from $17.93 per day331.7 km / 206.1 miles away
Treviso Car Rentals from $15.58 per day358.1 km / 222.5 miles away
Modena Car Rentals from $12.47 per day265.3 km / 164.9 miles away
Perugia Car Rentals from $14.65 per day453.0 km / 281.5 miles away
Trieste Car Rentals from $10.91 per day458.9 km / 285.1 miles away
Top 20 Locations near Turin
Turin Via Corso Rosselli Car Rentals from $22.93 per day
Porto Susa Train Station Car Rentals from $49.20 per day2.3 km / 1.4 miles away
Porta Nuova Train Station Car Rentals from $15.91 per day2.4 km / 1.5 miles away
Turin Airport Car Rentals from $15.58 per day16.3 km / 10.1 miles away
Cuneo Airport Car Rentals from $17.38 per day56.5 km / 35.1 miles away
Milan Airport Malpensa Car Rentals from $8.64 per day105.8 km / 65.8 miles away
Genoa Airport Car Rentals from $14.65 per day117.8 km / 73.2 miles away
Milan Pero Car Rentals from $22.93 per day122.9 km / 76.4 miles away
Milan Assago Car Rentals from $22.93 per day123.9 km / 77.0 miles away
Milan Lorenteggio Car Rentals from $23.72 per day124.4 km / 77.3 miles away
Garbagnate Milanese Car Rentals from $46.75 per day125.6 km / 78.0 miles away
Milan Fieramilanocity Car Rentals from $22.67 per day126.7 km / 78.7 miles away
Milan Viale Espinasse Car Rentals from $23.72 per day126.7 km / 78.7 miles away
Milan Via Canonica Car Rentals from $22.79 per day128.0 km / 79.5 miles away
Milan Vigentino Car Rentals from $45.49 per day128.3 km / 79.7 miles away
Milan Duomo Car Rentals from $22.67 per day128.6 km / 79.9 miles away
Milan Porta Romana Car Rentals from $22.67 per day129.9 km / 80.7 miles away
Milan Corvetto Car Rentals from $20.06 per day130.2 km / 80.9 miles away
Milan Viale Umbria Car Rentals from $23.72 per day130.4 km / 81.0 miles away
Milan Central Train Station Car Rentals from $8.67 per day130.5 km / 81.1 miles away
Map of Car Rental Locations
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Most Popular Car Models of Rental Suppliers
|Sicily By Car||Fiat Panda||5||1||Small cars|
|Sicily By Car||Fiat 500X||5||3||Medium cars|
|Brent||Toyota Aygo||5||2||Small cars|
|Locauto||Renault Clio||4||1||Small cars|
|Locauto||Fiat Panda||5||1||Small cars|
|Ecovia||Fiat Panda||4||1||Small cars|
|Optimo Rent||Renault Clio||5||2||Small cars|
|Brent||Renault Captur||5||3||Medium cars|
|Noleggiare||Citroen C1||2||1||Small cars|
|Optimo Rent||Fiat Panda||4||1||Small cars|