Arriving in Turin
Turin Caselle airport is ten miles northwest of the city center. There is a shuttle service which connects you directly to Porta Nuova railway station, leaving every 15 minutes. The journey takes roughly one hour.
Turin is served by two major railway stations, Porta Nuova and Porta Susa. Check Trenitalia for information and prices if you’re arriving from elsewhere in Italy (there is also a direct connection to Paris from Porta Susa).
All highways link up with the tangenziale, the ring road surrounding Turin.
-Coming from the North, you should exit at Corso Regina Margherita, and then park at Venchi Unica. From here you can take the subway from Marche station in the direction of Lingotto, getting off at Porta Nuova (for the city center) or Marconi (for the Market at Valentino Park). There are several other GTT car parks (Gruppo Torinese Trasporti, the city’s public transport network) around the city, see the map.
-Coming from the South, you should take the exit at Corso Unità d’Italia and park at Lingotto. From here you can take the subway in the direction of Fermi, again getting off either at Marconi or Porta Nuova depending on where you want to go.