Getting to Torino

Torino is well served by transportation links and there are several options to reach it.

By plane

Torino has its own international airport, both known as “Torino Caselle” or “Torino Sandro Pertini” (TRN), located 16 kilometers northwest of the city centre. From Caselle Airport a shuttle bus will take you to the city centre in about 45 minutes.
The Sadem shuttle bus stops at both Torino Porta Susa and Torino Porta Nuova, the two main railway stations in Torino. A ticket costs about 6,50€ in the coffee shops near the terminal and 7€ on board. A cab ride from the airport to downtown will cost approx € 35, depending on the destination.

A reasonable alternative is to fly to Milano-Malpensa (MPX). A shuttle bus connects Malpensa Airport to Corso Vittorio in Torino every 2 hours, taking approx 90 minutes and costing € 20 each way.

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:

  • Porta Nuova (from/to Roma, Milano, Genova, Firenze, Bologna, Venezia, France), corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 53
  • Porta Susa (from/to Roma, Milano, Firenze, Bologna, Veneziqa, Spain and TGV from/to France), piazza XXVII Dicembre, 8
  • Lingotto (intermediate stop from/to Roma, Genova, Firenze), via Pannunzio, 1
  • Stazione Dora (from/to Torino's International Airport "Sandro Pertini", timetables in italian), Piazza Baldissera.

By car

Six different motorways connect Torino to other major Italian and European cities. The main access roads to the motorway are placed at each cardinal direction of the city. Main distances from Torino...

  • Aosta 110 km
  • Milano 138 km
  • Genova 170 km
  • Bologna 332 km
  • Firenze 395 km
  • Venezia 402 km
  • Trieste 542 km
  • Roma 673 km

By coach

Coaches to national and international destinations stop at the bus terminal in Corso Inghilterra and at Porta Nuova and Porta Susa railway stations.