How to reach Turun Print
Monday, 16 October 2017 17:01

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Turin has its own international airport, both known as "Turin Caselle" or "Turin Sandro Pertini" (TRN), 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.


By Train

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


  • - Porta Nuova, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 53
  • - Porta Susa, Piazza XXVII Dicembre, 8
  • - Lingotto, Via Pannunzio, 1
  • - Stazione Dora (from/to Turin's International Airport "Sandro Pertini")


A drive towards innovation has been made by the arrival of High Speed trains:

  • - Frecciarossa Trains (Trenitalia)
  • - Italo's High Speed train (Italo)


By Car

Six different motorways connect Turin to other major Italian and European cities. For those coming from Aosta Valley (A5), Lombardy (A4 and A21), Liguria (A26-A21 and A6), from France (A32) or from the rest of Piedmont, every motorway converges on Turin's ring road (A55) which avoids having to cross the city centre. times. The main access roads to the motorway are placed at each cardinal direction of the city.

- Highways connections:


By coach


  • - Bus lines to national and international territory take place at the bus terminal in Corso Inghilterra and at the Porta Nuova and Porta Susa railway stations.
  • - A bus service, which links the city center with the Turin International Airport "Sandro Pertini", starts at the Porta Nuova and Porta Susa railway stations.
  • - Buses to the Milano Malpensa Airport get going and arrive at the bus Terminal in Vittorio Emanuele II, 131 and stop also at Turin Porta Susa railway station.
  • - Autostazione Turin