By Air

Turin Airport
Turin Caselle International Airport is located in Caselle at 16 km from Turin.
Torino City Centre is linked to Turin Caselle International airport with Sadem bus every 15’/30′ with stops in Torino Porta Nuova and Porta Susa train stations (duration: 45 min). It is possible to buy the ticket at the Tobacconist in the Arrival hall of the Airport or on board with an additional cost of 1€.
A Taxi service is available in front of the Arrival doors of the Airport (duration: 30 min). 

Other Airports
Milano Malpensa (time distance: 2h) linked to the city center by Sadem bus.
Milano Linate (time distance: 2h) linked to the city center by train from Milano Centrale station.
Bergamo Orio al Serio (time distance: 3h) linked to the city center by Flixbus.

By Train

Turin has four different train stations: Porta Nuova, Porta Susa, Lingotto and Stazione Dora that are located in different areas of the city. Porta Nuova and Porta Susa are connected by the underground. The train station closest to the Conference Venue is Torino Porta Nuova.

By Car

Turin can e reached through a capillary network of highways that connect the city with the rest of Italy and with France and Switzerland: Valle d’Aosta (A5), Lombardy (A4 and A21), Liguria (A26-A21 and A6), from France (A32), Swirzerland (A2). Every highway merges in Turin ring road( A55), allowing you to avoid crossing the city center.

Who does not want to give up their private vehicles must pay particular attention to the ZTL (Limited Traffic Zone) in Turin: divided into several categories depending on the days and times of limitation, they are designed to increase road safety and encourage the use public transport.

Detailed information on the Limited Traffic Zone and the ZTL map can be found at this page.

In front of Valentino Castle, the Venue of PRO-VE 2019 Conference, it is possible to park in blue parking zone with a cost of 1,50€/hour. More information on parking in Turin are available at this page.

How to move in Turin

The best way to discover Turin is to walk around the city.
In the city, the public transport includes buses, trams and the underground. There is also the possibility to access to several bike and car charing providers. All the solutions to go around in the city are available on the Turin City web page.