HOW TO GET TO TURIN
Turin is located in northern Italy, close to the Alps and to the French border.
It is the main city of the Piedmont region. Owing to its position, Turin is the
natural reference point for the surrounding Alpine valleys and also the meeting
point of large national and international routes.
For more information, see the web site of the
City of Turin
We'll give here just brief directions. Please, for more information,
give a look at the City of Turin
travel info pages.
HOW TO REACH "INFN"
- By Airplane:
Turin has its own international airport ("Sandro Pertini"), located in
The airport is connected to the city by both
services (even though, at the moment, the railway reaches a secondary station, Torino Dora).
service is also available.
- By Train:
Turin has three main railway stations: Porta Nuova, Porta Susa and Lingotto.
The first two of them are in the city centre.
In order to check schedules and timetables, you can either use the web sites from
(Italian Railways), or from
- By Car (main highway connections):
- A4 (Turin-Milan-Brescia-Venice)
- A5 (Turin-Aosta)
- A6 (Turin-Savona)
- A21 (Turin-Piacenza-Brescia)
- A32 (Turin-Fréjus-[France])
You can find
of the town, including bus and tram lines, from the
G.T.T. web site.
Other maps are available at
- From Porta Susa Railway Station:
Take the tram #1 in the direction of "Caio Mario".
It goes to "Porta Nuova Railway Station"; get down there.
- From Porta Nuova Railway Station:
From the street in front of the station (C.so Vittorio Emanuele)
take the bus #9 and get down at the last stop ("Torino Esposizioni").
You have to cross corso Massimo d'Azeglio, take via Valperga Caluso and turn left at the first cross.
This page has been last updated on: Monday, 19-Jun-2006 10:55:00 CEST