Piazza San Carlo


Turin offers a wide range of accommodations options in the city centre (see the map). Our advice is to choose your accommodation in the centre of the city, so that you can take a stroll through Turin’s arcades.

The porticoes of Turin are a true historical and architectural heritage. They are found between ancient palaces and buildings from the early 20th century. They are built in different styles and materials, from the grey stone of Via Po to the marble of Via Roma. The porticoes were mainly built to allow the nobility to go for long walks, sheltered from the rain in the winter and from the sun in the summer months. Turin, with its 18 kilometres of arcades, holds the record as the city with one of the largest pedestrian area in Europe.

If interested, you can book accommodation when registering for the conference by selecting one of the listed hotels. Alternatively, you can find your own accommodation via Trivago or Airbnb.