Getting there & away
Most international, national and regional buses terminate at the bus station (011 433 25 25; Corso Castelfidardo). You can also get to Milan’s Malpensa airport from here.
Regular daily trains connect Turin’s Stazione Porta Nuova (Piazza Carlo Felice) with Milan (€15.50, 1¾ hours), Aosta (€7.10, two hours), Venice (€33, five hours), Genoa (€15, 1¾ hours) and Rome (€46.50, seven hours). Most also stop at Stazione Porta Susa (Corso Inghilterra), which will gradually take over as the main station in the next few years. Some trains also stop at Stazione Torino Lingotto (Via Pannunzio 1), though it’s generally more convenient to travel between the city centre and Lingotto by bus.
Turin airport (TRN; 011 567 63 61; www.turin-airport.com), 16km northwest of the city centre in Caselle, has connections to European and national destinations. Several budget airlines fly here, including Easyjet and Ryanair.