University of Turin (Università degli Studi di Torino)

Directions, Transport and Travel To and From Turin University
(Turin, Italy)

Turin is accessible by car, train, coach, and plane. Aside from using these modes of public transportation, locals and visitors alike can also get around the city by riding their bikes. A network of bicycle paths throughout the city has recently been completed.

Travel by Air

Caselle is Turin's airport and is located in the north of the city. Its main carrier is Alitalia, which is Italy's flagship airline that operates flights from every major Italian and European city. From the airport, visitors can reach the city centre by taking the bus or a taxi.

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Car Hire and Road Travel

Turin is the capital of the Piedmont region in north-western Italy, bordering on Switzerland in the north and France in the west. The Piedmont region consists out of six provinces, Vercelli, Turin, Novara, Cuneo, Asti and Alessandria. The most hilly and mountainous region has the Apennines in the south and Alps in the west and north, and is rewarding to explore by hire car.

You always have the option to rent a car once you arrive in Turin as the major hire firms are represented in the city. We recommend you arrange car hire in advance online. There is one online service which provides the most attractive prices on car hire from a selection of well known international companies including Thrifty, Hertz, National and Budget.

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Car Parking

To get a parking permit in the university, a letter of request and intent of visit must be forwarded by fax to the administration. In turn, the permit or authorization will be also sent by fax.

Travel by Trains and Rail

The two main railway stations in Turin are the Porta Nuova and Porta Susa. Visitors who want to get around the city should take the train at the Porta Susa because the Porta Nuova is for mid- and long-range travel. Both stations are managed by Trenitalia.

Travel by Buses and Coach

Turin has an efficient network of buses and trams managed by GTT. This network serves urban and suburban areas. Visitors can easily take the bus and the tram anytime because they operate from morning until night.

Travel by Taxi

Visitors should call for a taxi in Turin. Hailing a taxi on the street is not usually done. The taxis in Turin start their meters once the call is received. Pronto Taxi, Radio Taxi, and Turin Airport are some of the taxi companies operating within the city.

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