Get in

By plane

Torino's International Airport "Sandro Pertini" is 15 km north of the city. From the airport it is possible to reach the city centre by bus, train, and taxi.
The SADEM bus service runs every 15-30 minutes from the airport to Torino's Railway Stations of Porta Susa and Porta Nuova. It costs 6 euros, and tickets may be purchased at a ticket kiosk inside the airport terminal or aboard the bus (with an additional 0.50 euros charge). The trip from the airport to the center of the city takes approximately 50 minutes.
Less practical is a railway that links the airport to Dora Railway Station every 30 minutes, the trip takes 19 minutes and costs just under 4 euros. From the Dora Station it is then possible to travel, with the same ticket, on the bus line DoraFly which runs every 30 minutes and connects the station to the city centre, the underground and the Porta Susa Railway Station. The public taxi rank is located on the left at the exit of the Arrivals level; the fixed fare is of 34 euros to reach the city centre, and the travel time is approximately 30 minutes.
You can also arrive in Torino from Milano Malpensa Airport which may be cheaper to fly to. There is a bus service from SADEM running ten times daily between the city and the airport. The ride lasts 2 hours and costs 20 Euros. Take care of the fact that reservation of the bus is mandatory. 
If arriving in Malpensa Airport afterhours, it is possible to reach Torino by train, by travelling first to Milano Centrale or Porta Garibaldi Railway Stations (Malpensa Express)  and then from there to either Torino Porta Nuova or Porta Susa Railway Stations (

By train

The city of Torino is well connected to other Italian and French or Swiss cities thanks to an extensive network of junctions. The city has four stations, distributed through various parts of the city: Porta Nuova, Porta Susa, Lingotto and Dora. The most convenient station for reaching the conference venue is Porta Nuova.


By car

Travelling by car to and from Torino is quite practical due to good links to the rest of Italy and to France and Switzerland. Main highways are A4 (Torino – Milano), A5 (Torino – Ivrea), A6 (Torino – Savona), A21 (Torino – Piacenza).  The last two also lead to several interesting places in the ‘Langhe’ area.