Owing to its position, Torino – easily reached by car, train or plane – is the natural connection point between the surrounding Alpine valleys and is where the major national and international communication routes converge.
Torino is serviced by two airports:
• Torino Airport
• Malpensa 2000 Airport
This airport is 16 km far from the city centre and is linked by a bus service taking 30 minutes. It has over 40 international flight connections whereas intercontinental connections can be easily guaranteed, especially with Lufthansa through Frankfurt, to which Torino is connected by 4 daily flights, or through Munich with 6 daily flights.
Malpensa 2000 Airport
This airport is located at about 100 kms from Torino and offers daily international and intercontinental flights. It is considered the biggest hub in South Europe, with about 100 world destinations.
Torino is very well linked both to the Italian railway system and to that neighboring countries. High-speed trains are used nationally and internationally, Frecciarossa and Italo for Italy and TGV for France, and allow reaching Lyon in 2h 30’ hours and Paris in about 5 hours.
The new high-speed lines also allow one to reach Milan in only 44 minutes and Rome in 4h 05’.