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Mix sophisticated city life with mountain adventures when you rent a motorhome in Turin. Admire the grand interiors of historical coffee houses over a cup of Bicerin, Turin’s version of a mocha made with melted chocolate, before wandering the Baroque-style streets and peaceful riverside paths of the River Po. Take in the galleries of the Palazzo Reale and finish the day with aperitivo at one of the city’s many bars before heading out to the mountains to hike, bike, ski, or just relax and soak up the views. With ski resorts less than 90 minutes away, you’ve really hit the vanlife jackpot with your campervan rental in Turin.
Turin isn’t a large city, so however you arrive in the city, it’s easy to get to the roadsurfer station using public transport. Find the roadsurfer Turin rental station address and directions below.
Via Giulio Natta 6
Getting to the station
From Turin Airport (TRN): From the airport, take the Sagat bus at the exit to “Stampalia”. Change to bus 62 toward “Sofia” to “Fermi”. From here, it’s a 5-minute walk to the roadsurfer station.
From Porta Nuova Station: From the station, take bus 52 toward “Scialoja” to “Della Cella”. From here, it’s a 12-minute walk to the roadsurfer station.
From Porta Susa Station: From the station, take bus 60 toward “Paris” to “Lulli”. From here, it’s a 14-minute walk to the roadsurfer station.
From either train station, you can also take the train that stops at “Torino Rebaudengo Fossata” and change to bus 21 toward “Caltanissetta” to “Fermi”.
Please note that there is no on-site parking. Therefore, we recommend travelling by public transportation. If you arrive by car, you can park it in the car park at Turin Airport (Strada Aeroporto 12, 10072 Caselle Torinese). From there, you can take the bus to reach us, as described above.
Free 2nd driver included
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Free camping equipment and kitchen utensils included
Pick up your campervan or motorhome rental in Turin, and explore the beauty of northern Italy. Discover an elegant city with culinary delights before heading off into the mountains. To make your trip easier, here are our tips for where to find all the essentials to get you off to a good start, including petrol stations, grocery shops, and the best time to visit the wonderful city of Turin.
When you hire a campervan in Turin you can be on the road right away, trusting that your roadsurfer home on wheels is fully stocked. Your campervan comes with an awning, camping table and two chairs to enjoy the space outside of your vehicle. The kitchen box allows you to save money on eating out: you’ve got all the pots, pans, and utensils to cook up your own meals. There’s even a corkscrew and bottle opener, and a coffee pot, plus mugs for your morning coffee or tea, although you’ll want to bring dish towels, sponges, and eco-friendly dish soap. When you rent a small motorhome from Turin you will need to bring your own bedding, or you can hire what you need from the roadsurfer station. Full details of what’s included in your motorhome hire, and our suggestions on what to bring along to your Turin campervan holiday can be found in the equipment list.
Turin is a brilliant year-round travel destination, so you are flexible to visit when it suits you best. If you hire a campervan in Turin in Spring, you’ll find the green city coming to life with birds and flowers and festivals like the Jazz Festival in March and the Fringe Festival in May. Summer brings sweltering weather, so if you love to explore a city in the hot sunshine, this is your time! Keep in mind that many locals shut their businesses and leave in August. In Autumn, the hot weather is milder, and the summer crowds are gone. November is the perfect time to sample fresh local food like mushrooms in October and truffles and catch the Torino Film Festival at the end of November. In the winter, you’ll have views of snow-capped mountains, and the Christmas decorations and markets in December are delightful.
Italy has many aires (campervan and motorhome services with fresh water and wastewater facilities), so wherever you are, you’ll be able to find one nearby. Here are some convenient options near Turin where you can fill up with fresh water when you pick up your campervan rental:
When you hire a campervan or motorhome in Turin, you’ll need to return your vehicle with a full tank of diesel and refill the AdBlue. The nearest petrol station to the Turin roadsurfer station is:
Please note: The AdBlue service station information provided is for guidance only and is provided without warranty of any kind; customers are advised to check the information for accuracy on their own responsibility, as roadsurfer assumes no liability for the accuracy or timeliness of the information.
If you want to drive into Turin for a day of exploration, you’ll need to find a spot to leave your campervan rental. Make sure not to drive into the ZTL, or restricted area, of the city: the timing of restrictions varies so it’s easiest to avoid it completely. Make sure to take your valuables with you and ensure that no tempting items are left on display in your vehicle!
Here are some recommendations for motorhome and campervan parking:
One of the exciting parts of your road trip is stocking up on your favourite groceries and trying local products. Below are our recommendations for some supermarkets close to the roadsurfer station in Turin, as well as a shopping centre for clothes and homeware essentials, pharmacies, and a sports shop with options for hiking, swimming, cycling, and other outdoor activities.
Italy is famous for espresso, so you won’t be short of places to stop and fill up with caffeine and food before you head off on your trip! Here are three options nearby the roadsurfer station in Turin:
Find an amazing camping spot for your campervan rental near Turin with roadsurfer spots. Options include staying at a farmstead where you can buy organic meals at weekends, camping at a winery where you can watch the in-season process of growing grapes to make wine, or parking in the majestic grounds of a renovated former monastery.