How to reach Turin
- Turin has its own international airport, both known as Torino Caselle or Torino Sandro Pertini (TRN), located 16 kilometres north-west of the city centre. It is connected to the major European hubs. A shuttle connection is available from Caselle Airport to the city centre (~45 minutes).
If you are arriving from overseas, you may consider Milano Malpensa Airport or Milano Linate Airport. From Malpensa to Turin a bus connection is provided by the SADEM company. Alternatively, from Malpensa one can reach the Central Railway Station in Milano (Milano Centrale) and get a direct train to Turin (either from Trenitalia or from Italo). Linate is connected with the Central Railway Station in Milano via bus.
Turin (Torino in Italian) is an important business and cultural centre in the north-west of Italy. It was the first capital of the Country and, currently, is the capital of the Piedmont region. The city is located mainly on the western bank of the Po river, in front of the Susa Valley and surrounded by the western Alpine arch and by the Superga Hill.
Turin's beauty consists of a harmony of diverse cultural, scientific, industrial and recreational activities that characterize the area. Torino is a major technological hub, University center and the third largest Italian city for economic development.
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