CHIUDI

Lingotto Fiere can be easily reached by public transport.

BUSES

Lines 1, 18, 35 take you from Porta Nuova station to the exibition area in 20 mins; line 1 takes you from Porta Susa in 30 mins, Lingotto station is 10 minutes from the exhibition centre.

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UNDERGROUND

Lingotto Fiere is reachable with the Turin underground,  in 10 minutes (9 stops) from porta Susa railway station and in 5 minutes (6 stops) from Porta Nuova railway station.

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TAXI SERVICE

Phone number

+39 011 5737 
+39 011 5730

From Milan, Venice, Trieste: Highway A4

From Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples: Highway A21 + A1

From Genoa: Highway A21 + A26

From Nice, Marseille: Highway A6 + A10 (via Savona/Ventimiglia)

From Grenoble, Lyon: Highway A32 + T24 (via Susa/Frejus)

All the highways are connected to TANGENZIALE of TURIN.

Exit: Corso Unità d’Italia.

Follow directions to “Lingotto Fiere”

PARKING

3500 paying car parking (1 hour ticket: 1 Euro - 24 hours ticket: 12 Euros). The parking can be reached from the entrance of via Nizza 280 or from the underground crossing of Corso Giambone.

FROM TORINO CASELLE TO CITY CENTER

The city of Turin has its own “city airport” located 16 kilometres from city centre.
From Caselle airport it is possible to reach the city center in just 15-20 minutes by car.

There is also shuttle service from the airport to Porta Nuova and Porta Susa railway stations and to the bus terminal in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II.

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FROM MILANO MALPENSA TO TURIN

Milano Malpensa is Milan's intercontinental airport. With its wide range of domestic, international and intercontinental flights is northern Italy's main airport. Located only 48 Km northwest of Milan can be easily reached by public transport and by private transport.


By train

From Milano Malpensa Airport to Turin there aren't direct train connections: so you have to call at Milano.
You can reach Milano either by:

  • Milano Malpensa Airport - Milano city center, (Malpensa Express train) that arrives at Milano North railway station. This is not the station from which train to Turin leaves from Milano: you have to move from Milano North railway station to Milano Centrale railway station (by underground or taxi, a 10 minutes trip);
  • Malpensa Shuttle, bus to Milano Centrale railway station available each 20 minutes for twenty-four hours a day. For a complete list of all available bus services please see Malpensa Airport website;
  • by taxi.

At Milano Centrale railway station direct trains leave approximately each hour.

By bus

A bus service links the Milano Malpensa Airport with Turin. There are about 10 daily runs. The trip lasts for about 2 hours. The city bus terminal is in C.so Vittorio Emanuele 131/H. The bus also stops at the Torino Porta Susa railway station and at corso G. Cesare/p.le Autostrada. Tickets can be bought at the bus station counter, or in the bars nearest to the bus terminal or directly on the bus. See SADEM (in italian) website where you can find detailed informations about prices (2010 price: 18 €) and timetables.

 

 

 

Italy’s national rail company is called Trenitalia.
Turin is served by three railway stations. The biggest station which handles most of the passengers is PORTA NUOVA, situated in the centre just 10 minutes by car from Lingotto Fiere. PORTA SUSA station, second largest in the city and a little further away, is at about 20 minutes by car from Lingotto. Lingotto station is currently being upgraded.

It's possible to travel to Turin by train with Trenitalia and with Italotreno.