The Piedmont region of Italy is located in a strategic position, easy to get to. Linked through a net of highways and railroad, Piedmont is reachable from all directions.
Closest airport to Alba and Barolo
Torino Caselle (TRN) is the main airport in Piedmont, with flights to the main Italian cities and to European hubs. The great benefit of flying to Turin’s airport is the proximity to the city centre. The airport can be reached by public transportation (mainly buses) or with taxi rides, whose rates are flat and affordable.
Genoa Colombo (GOA) is a great alternative for those who are going in Southern Piedmont. Milan Malpensa (MXP) international airport provides direct flights to the USA, Asia and Africa’s main cities.
How to get to Piedmont by train
Turin is connected by high speed railway to Milan (1 hour), Florence (2.5 hours), Rome (4 hours) and Venice (4 hours). From Turin Porta Nuova station, it is possible to reach most of the other towns in Piedmont, like Asti, Alba, Bra and Cuneo, through the regional train service.
From Turin Porta Susa station one can catch the French high speed train – TGV – to Paris.
Directions to Piedmont by car
Traveling by car is the easiest way to get to Piedmont and to explore the region. Directions to Piedmont on toll highways allow to get from Turin to Savona, Milan, Piacenza, Bologna, Genoa. Learn more about the geography of Piedmont.