Which way to Turin?
Before you start checking flights or plotting where to stop along your road trip… consider this: the emissions you emit for every kilometer traveled by airplane are significantly higher than by coach or train. And single-person car journeys are no better! Our commitment to a greener future for our food system begins with our own actions, so Slow Food encourages our visitors to carpool, and avoid air travel, wherever possible.
Torino Porta Susa is the closest major railway station to Parco Dora, and is served direct by high-speed trains from Milan, Rome, Naples, Verona, Venice, Florence, Bologna and Bari within Italy, and also from Paris (via Lyon).
- Milan is connected directly to Geneva, Zurich, and Basil in Switzerland, as well as Frankfurt in Germany, after which the journey from Milan to Turin is just 50 minutes by high-speed train.
- Verona is connected directly to Munich and Vienna, after which the journey from Verona to Turin is just 2 hours by high-speed train.
- Paris is connected directly to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Cologne and London, after which the journey from from Paris to Turin is 5 hours and 30 minutes by high-speed train.
Some useful links:
Rome2Rio – how to get from A to B between any two places in the world
Trenitalia – Italian national rail provider
Gruppo Torinese Trasporti – Turin’s local transport authority
Turin is connected directly by coach to a number of cities across Europe, from Annecy to Zagreb! And nearby Milan is connected to even more. Check FlixBus for times and tickets.
If you’re coming to Turin by car (with all seats occupied, we hope!) there are several highways to the city. The ViaMichelin route planner gives an estimate of trip costs including fuel and highway tolls.
Alright, you made it to Turin! Well done. Now how can you get to Parco Dora, the location of Terra Madre 2022?