How to get to Turin

By train

Turin is a nationally and internationally important railway junction and high-speed trains connect it to Europe and the rest of Italy. The main railway stations are:

  • Porta Nuova (from/to Roma, Milano, Genova, Firenze, Bologna. Venezia, France) - Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 53

  • Porta Susa (from/to Roma, Milano, Genova, Firenze, Bologna. Venezia, Spain and TGV from/to France) - Piazza XXVIII Dicembre, 8

  • Lingotto (intermediate stop from/to Roma, Genova, Firenze) - Via Pannuzio, 1

Information and timetables of trains


By Plane

Turin has its own international airport, both known as Torino Caselle or Torino Sandro Pertini (TNR), located 16 kilometers

northwest of the city centre. From Caselle Airport a shuttle bus will take you to the city centre in about 45 minutes.

Turin International Airport "Sandro Pertini"

Sadem Shuttle Bus

The connection from Milano Malpensa Airport to Turin is granted by a service operating 18 hours/day and 10 couple of run

Getting to Turin from Milano Malpensa Airport


By Bus

There are many links connecting the main national and international cities with Turin.

For further details: getting to Turin by bus


By Car

Five different motorways connect Turin to other major Italian and European cities. The main access roads to the motorway are placed at each cardinal direction of the city.

For further details: getting to Turin by car


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