Turin’s ever-expanding bike-sharing scheme is one of the largest in Italy. Tourist one-day/two-day passes (€8/13) for either four or eight hours use of the bright-yellow biciclette can be bought at the Piazza Castel…
Turin's airport, 16km northwest of the city centre in Caselle, has connections to national and European destinations. Budget airline Ryanair operates flights to London Stansted and Dublin, as well as several other E…
Regular daily trains connect Turin’s Stazione Porta Nuova with Milan (€12.45, 1¾ hours), Aosta (€9.45, two hours), Venice (€70, 4½ hours), Genoa (€12.40, two hours) and Rome (from €96, seven hours).
An original 1934 tram rattles the 3.1km up the hillside from Stazione Sassi to Basilica di Superga in 18 minutes, every day except Wednesday. Prices hike on weekends.
Most trains stop at Stazione Porta Susa, which will gradually take over as the main station in the next few years.
Operates buses to Turin's Caselle airport.
Flagfall €3.50, night fee €2.50.