How to reach Turin:
The Turin’s Airport (Sandro Pertini) is 16 kilometres northwest of the town center. For further information, timetables and how to get from/to the airport, visit the official website of International Airport “Sandro Pertini”, updated 24 hours day.
If you arrive at Milano Malpensa Airport take a look at this detailed information.
Turin’s main railway stations are:
- Porta Nuova (from/to Rome, Milan, Genoa, Florence, Bologna, Venice, France)
corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 53 (map)
- Porta Susa (from/to Rome, Milan, Florence, Bologna, Venice, Spain and TGV from/to France)
piazza XVIII Dicembre, 8 (map)
For further information on train services and timetables visit www.trenitalia.com.
Travelling by car to and from Torino is quite practical due to good links to the rest of Italy and to France and Switzerland.
For those who come from France and Switzerland, tunnels and motorways to take are:
- A32 Torino – Bardonecchia. From France (Chambery direction), passing through the Frejus tunnel.
- A5 Torino – Aosta. From Geneva, through the Mont Blanc tunnel.
- A4 Torino – Milano. From Switzerland (Zurich) and East Europe.
- Strada Statale 27 and then A5 Torino – Aosta. From Switzerland (Losanna direction) through the Gran San Bernardo tunnel