Jan 19 – 21, 2022
Europe/Zurich timezone

Travel and Accommodation

By airplane

Turin has its own international airport, situated in Caselle. The airport is connected to the town by both train and bus services (the train for the moment reaches a secondary station, Torino Dora). The train for the moment reaches a secondary station, Torino Dora, while the bus reaches Porta Nuova and Porta Susa railway stations [NB The train via Torino Dora is not recommended]. Milan is not so far, and it is possible to fly to Milan and then reach Turin by train or by bus.

By train

Turin has two main railway stations, Porta Nuova and Porta Susa. Both of them are in the center of the town. Turin has good internal and international railway connections.

Accommodation and Location

The workshop will be held in the Rettorato of Turin University in the centre of the city. There a wide variety of accommodation options close the the venue to choose from but you may like to try some of the suggestions below.

Hotel Antica Dogana

NH Santo Stefano

Hotel Victoria (a bit more expensive...)

There are cheaper options further from the centre of course. The venue is easily reachable using Tram lines 13 and 15.

Here's a link to a map of the area (also with some Hotels closer to the physics department):