Turin Airport (TRN)
Orientation and Maps
Located in the Piemonte area of Italy, to the far north-west, the city of Turin has a population of around one million. Known locally as 'Torino', Turin was once an ancient Roman settlement and features a particularly rich heritage, with many sights within walking distance of the centre.
Turin International Airport (TRN) can be found on the northern outskirts and is an important transport hub in the area. Many people also arrive in the city by train, with Porta Nuova being the main train station, located on the Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, on the southern side of the Via Roma.
Turin International Airport (TRN) Maps: Important City Districts
Milan (Milano) is just 140 km / 87 miles to the north-east of Turin and can be reached in approximately one and a half hours. Also nearby, Monaco is located across the French border, approximately 265 km / 165 miles from Turin, on the waterfront and close to Nice.
Within the city itself, the main tourist information centre stands in the centre of the Piazza Solferino in the modern atrium building, although further branches can be found at both the train station and airport. Highlights at Turin's central tourist office include free access to the Internet and also the reasonably priced Torino card. This provides free admission to more than 100 different museums, together with public transport, boats along the River Po and also sightseeing buses.