How to reach Torino

Torino is easy to reach by plane, car and train.

Torino international airport 'Sandro Pertini' is located in Caselle, 16 km north-west of the town centre, about 30/40 minutes drive to downtown Torino. It is one of Europe's most modern and efficient airports, awarded the Best Airport Award 2007 and 2008, in the one-to-five million passenger category, guaranteeing the highest level of comfort and safety.
For comprehensive information on flight timetables and companies, and travel to and from the airport, please visit the website
The cities connected to Torino are: Amsterdam, Lisbona, Barcellona, Istanbul, Paris, Monaco, Dusseldorf, London, Madrid.
Torino airport is one hour and 15 minutes flight away from Rome, one hour and a half from Paris and Frankfurt and two hours from London.

Shuttle bus from and to Caselle Airport
One-way fare: € 7,00 (ticket from the ticket office) or € 8,00 (ticket on the bus). Prices are subject to change. Journey time: 45/50 minutes. Tickets can be purchased on-line at For more information on timetables visit the website . (Click on 'Aeroporti e Casinò').

a) From Caselle Airport to City (Terminal at Porta Nuova main train Station, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 57/A)
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Departure Location Domestic Arrivals, Ground Floor-Level Zero
Frequency every 15 minutes from 06:30am to 11:30pm
  last three rides: 11:30pm, 00:00am and 00.30am  

b) From downtown Turin to Caselle Airport
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Departure Location Porta Nuova main railway station corner
  Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 57/A
Frequency every 30 minutes from 04:45am to 06:15am
  every 15 minutes from 06:15am to 23:30pm
  last ride: 11:30pm

You can also travel to Torino via Milano Malpensa airport
A shuttle bus from the airport will take you directly to Torino in about two hours, tickets cost € 23.00. We sugget to reserve the ticket online on the transport company website.
Another option is to take a bus from the airport to Milan central station and then a train to Torino: the bus costs € 10,00 and the train € 12,45 (second class) or € 18,65 (first class) or € 35,00 the Freccia Rossa (high-speed train - second class) - prices are subject to change. The train journey to Torino takes about two hours (one hour by Freccia Rossa train). More information can be found here.

Taxi at Caselle Airport
Licensed taxis are for hire outside the Passenger Terminal, immediately in front of the domestic/EU arrivals, Ground Floor - Level Zero. Taxis cost approximately € 35/45 (plus luggage) to reach downtown Turin and travel time is 30/45 minutes (depending on the traffic).

Train connection to Torino
From the railway station at 140 metres from the airport, trains connect the Caselle Airport to the Dora Railway Station in Piazza Baldissera (not very central). Tickets cost € 3,00 and entitle also to use Torino public transport for 100 minutes. Bus lines connecting the station to the city centre are line 11 and 52 (to Porta Nuova Station) and 10 (to Porta Susa Station) and the trip takes about 30 minutes to Porta Nuova and 20 minutes to Porta Susa. For more information please visit the website of the Gruppo Torinese Trasporti 
( A special bus (Dora Fly) connects the station to downtown Torino.

Torino has four train stations, two of them international: Porta Nuova, the main station, in the heart of the city and Porta Susa, just out of the centre. Both stations are about 10/15 minutes from the Politecnico. Lingotto Station is currently being upgraded, while Dora station ensures rapid links to Caselle airport but is not central.

High-speed train connections
Frecciarossa (Trenitalia) and Italotreno high speed trains, leaving approximately every hour, connect Torino with the main Italian cities (Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples).
The journey from Torino to Rome takes about 4 hours.

For further information:
Trenitalia (Italy):
Italo (Italy):

Torino is connected via motorway to most major European cities: Milan in 60 minutes (140 km), Genoa in 90 (170 km), Nice (220 km) and Geneva (252 km) in two and a half hours, Lyon in three hours and Zürich in four.
An extended highway system connects Torino to the most important national and transeuropean network system: 
• A4 Torino-Milano-Venezia from Central and Eastern Europe
• A5 Torino-Ivrea-Aosta and Mont Blanc Tunnel from France and Switzerland
• A6 Torino-Fossano-Ceva-Savona from Liguria and Southern France
• A21 Torino-Asti-Alessandria + A26 Torino-Genova from Central and Southern Italy
• A21 Torino-Asti-Alessandria-Piacenza from Central and Southern Italy
• A23 Torino-Frejus from France
All the motorways link up to the Torino ring-road.

Further information
Autostrade per l'Italia:
Traforo del Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc tunnel):
Traforo del Gran San Bernardo (Gran San Bernardo tunnel):
Traforo del Fréjus (Fréjus tunnel):