Centro Commerciale Caselle Aeroporto di Torino Sandro Pertini, Caselle Torinese

(2.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
Centro Commerciale Caselle Aeroporto di Torino Sandro Pertini is located in Caselle Torinese. Add Centro Commerciale Caselle Aeroporto di Torino Sandro Pertini and other attractions to your Caselle Torinese trip itinerary using our Caselle Torinese vacation trip planner.
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  • As regards cleanliness and order passes with flying colors, all right. As a citizen I feel shameful the size of the airport, at least for the commercial part. Mind you, it's an airport which focuses very spaces, do not move to empty a shop open to the corridor kilometers between sailings than any of the "Giants", but at the end of the day you can visit the same things everywhere. Remains the Turin airport, not a country Center North of Uzbekistan, and the disused air lying on some levels especially at night not really catchy. Over all, a handful of tapes to the baggage claim area (with bad service, not even had 6 tracks to serve) and having to cross the entire upper floor upon arrival (who designed the thing was particularly inspired) with restaurants closed and yellow seats crumpled dating back to the late 90 's ... So little stuff in the commercial area that do not even specify, bookcase, a handful of risto-bar, little clothing. Turin has direct connections with major cities and capitals (sometimes with lower population, see Amsterdam and Frankfurt) and given the growing tourist verve after the Olympics, I find it ridiculous and inappropriate size and condition for the local airport which is the largest metropolitan city in Italy. As is the case for air routes, there is a suspicion that the various realities of the flag to promote what it suits to your mill, and it is known that geographically Turin would logically, the main hub for many locations North-Central Europe. That is to travel from Turin to Rome to climb in Europe escapes all economic logic aside, it also decides where to place the stores and tracks unfortunately.
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  • small airport, a little slow during boarding, the Mall without a true and own dining place.
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  • Is average, but many airports have a choice of shops and Brands significantly higher ... Sin
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  • Bad information. Large signs show you where the arrivers come byt no signs for departure. Il manered personal. There where few travelleres but THE woman i asked was rude and couldnt take THE Time to help me. Verry filthy toalettens!
  • Badly organised. Security people distracted chatting about personal stuff let people go through despite metal detector going off (4 out of 5). Long queue at passport check (only 2 desks) on Sunday morning when lots of UK flights take off in the morning. Great potential during winter for its proximity to the slopes but it really needs improvement to become a location where people want to come back year after year!
  • Worse organization I ever seen, italian style... A simple Sunday morning in February...
  • Would be 5 stars if we didn't have to wait so long for getting out luggage after arrival. WiFi connection is also a bug minus. You can only connect with credit card or SMS(if you have an Italian number...) Rest is good, small but very functional
  • Nice small airport, quiet and efficient! Wi-Fi could be easier to connect and unlimited like in other airports