How to reach Turin

Turin, the capital of Piedmont, is a tourist city with countless sights - including the Mole Antonelliana, the Museo Egizio, Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama, Palazzo Carignano - and a long "royal" history dating back to Roman times. Here you can find tourist information about the city.

Travelling by train

Turin is very well connected to the Italian railway network. The high-speed trains "Freccia Rossa" and "Italo" connect Turin with Milan, Bologna, Venice, Florence and Rome, among others.

Travelling by plain

Turin Airport is located in Caselle. The airport is connected to the city centre by train and bus. Information on the connections can be found here.

Milan Malpensa Airport is also connected to Turin city centre by bus. Information on the bus connections can be found here.

Public transport

The University of Turin is very well connected to the bus and train network of the city of Turin.

To find your way around Turin's public transport system, you may use https://www.gtt.to.it/cms/en or the Moovit app. The stop next to the conference venue is "Sant'Ottavio". Stop numbers are 476 (towards the river Po) and 477 (towards the city centre).

Map of the venue and the surroundings