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How to get to Turin


Torino Airport

The international airport is about 16 km from the city centre, about half an hour’s drive, and boasts a good transport service to the town centre, both by bus and train, as well as taxis of course. The airport has daily flights to major Italian and European cities. Getting to the airport:

  • By train – a new rail connection links the airport to the city centre; frequency every 30 minutes.
  • By bus – the centre of Torino is easily reachable in 30 minutes with the ARRIVA and FLIBCO bus services.
  • By taxi – the taxi area is located at the exit of the arrivals terminal and reach the city centre in about 30 minutes.

Milano Malpensa International Airport 

This international airport is located at about 100 kms from Torino and offers daily international and intercontinental flights. Getting to the airport:

  • By car – from Torino: A4 Milano-Torino motorway, exit Novara, S.S. (national road) 32, direction Oleggio, follow the directions for Malpensa. From Alessandria/Genoa: A26 motorway, exit Sesto Calende, direction Somma Lombardo, follow the directions for Malpensa.
  • By bus – daily connections with Torino, journey time 2 hours approximately.


Piemonte’s railway system has more than 2,000 km. Piemonte’s central location in relation to the most important European rail connections is also reinforced by the high speed line, already partly operational, which will be completed in the next few years. Three main railway stations are available in Turin: Torino Porta Nuova, Torino Porta Susa, Torino Lingotto.

Info and tickets: www.trenitalia.com, www.italotreno.it, www.tgv-europe.com.


Piemonte is equipped with efficient and modern access routes and is reachable from all over Europe by means of five motorways:

  • A32 Torino – Fréjus from France (www.tunneldufrejus.com),
  • A5 Torino – Monte Bianco from France (www.tunnelmb.com) and Switzerland (letunnel.com),
  • A4 Torino Milano – Venezia from central and eastern Europe,
  • A6 Torino – Savona from Liguria and southern France,
  • A21 Torino – Piacenza from central and southern Italy.


GTT – Gruppo Torinese Trasporti – runs Torino’s urban transport service with an efficient network of buses, trams, railways and an automatic underground line (the first driverless underground railway in Italy)