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How to reach Turin

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 By Plane

Torino International Airport (TRN)

Torino has its own international airport, known as “Torino Caselle” or “Torino Sandro Pertini”, located 16 kilometers northwest of the city centre (website: www.aeroportoditorino.it/en). It is connected to major European cities (www.aeroportoditorino.it/en/tofly/flights/timetable).
 
 Bus connections are available to Torino downtown (www.aeroportoditorino.it/en/tomove/parking-transport/by-bus)
From Caselle Airport a shuttle bus will take you to the city center in about 45 minutes:
SADEM shuttle bus - One-way fare: € 6.50 (+1.00 € aboard).
 
 By train: A railway line connects Torino Airport to Dora GTT Station in Torino 
Departures every 30 minutes. Journey time: 19 minutes.
A network of buses links the Dora GTT Station to the city centre (www.aeroportoditorino.it/en/tomove/parking-transport/by-train). 
One-way fare: € 3.00
 
By taxi: The public taxi rank is located on the left at the exit of the Arrivals level (www.aeroportoditorino.it/en/tomove/parking-transport/by-taxi).
Travel time: approximately 30 minutes.
PRONTO TAXI: ph. +39.011.5737
RADIO TAXI: ph. +39.011.5730 - 011.3399
 

Milano Malpensa International Airport (MXP)

This airport is located at about 100 km from Torino and offers daily international and intercontinental flights. For details see: www.milanairports.com/en. From the Malpensa airport, Torino can be reached in different ways.
 
 By bus: The airport is directly connected to Torino downtown through bus (2 h travel). Tickets can be bought on the web. Several bus services are available, see: 
- SADEM shuttle bus - One-way fare: € 22.00 - Reservation on this service is required www.sadem.it/en/prodotti/collegamento-aeroporti/milano-malpensa-airport.aspx
- FLIXBUS - www.flixbus.it/tratte-autobus/torino-milano-malpensa-aeroporto? (page available in several languages).
 
 By train: Trains get you either to Porta Nuova or to Porta Susa railway station. For information on train timetables please refer to the Trenitalia and Italo websites.
 
 By car: Follow the directions for A4 Milano-Torino motorway, direction Torino. Please, remember that the central area of the town is a traffic-restricted area, more information are available here: www.turismotorino.org/en/your-trip/getting-around-town/car.

 By Train

Torino 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:
  • Torino Porta Nuova, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 53
  • Torino Porta Susa, Piazza XXVII Dicembre, 8
  • Torino Lingotto, Via Pannunzio, 1
  • Torino Dora (from/to Torino's International Airport "Sandro Pertini")
For information on train timetables please refer to the Trenitalia and Italo websites.

 By Car

Six different motorways connect Torino 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 center. The main access roads to the motorway are placed at each cardinal direction of the city.

Please, remember that the central area of the town is a traffic-restricted area, more information are available here: www.turismotorino.org/en/your-trip/getting-around-town/car.