The venue of the Conference will be the “Molecular Biotechnology Center” which is located in downtown Turin. The Congress Centre is easily accessible via subway, bus, trams and taxi. It is at 10 minutes walk from the most important railway station of the city “Porta Nuova”.
Entrance for the public: Via Nizza 52
Detailed informations are avaiable here
Turin International (TRN) Caselle Airport is located about away 16 km from the city. You can also easily reach Turin from Milano Malpensa airport (MPX), which is about 100 km far.
Turin International Airport
Strada San Maurizio, 12 – Caselle Torinese (Turin)
Tel +39.011.567.63.61 / 362 – Fax +39.011.567.64.20
Links from the airport
The taxi rank is located in front of the Arrivals exit from the Domestic and European countries.
The train track that connects the airport to Torino Dora Station is located about 140 m from the outputs.
Trains run about every half hour from 5.00 am to 22.00. The journey from the airport to town is about 20 minutes.
On the way there are two intermediate stops: Dora and Madonna di Campagna
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There are four railway stations, located in different parts of the city. The following train stations have specific links with both Italian and European cities. Dora Railway station is specialized in connecting with the Airport.
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 53
Links: Southern Italy, Rome, Milan, Genoa, Florence, Bologna, Venice, France, High Speed Trains (Trenitalia)
Piazza XXVII December 8
Links: Rome, Milan, Florence, Bologna, Venice, Spain, France (TGV), High Speed Trains (Italo)
Via Pannunzio, 1
Links: Rome (middle station), Genoa (middle station), Florence (middle station)
Links: Turin International Airport, every 30 minutes
Turin is a major gateway to and from Europe. The highways of the city are located at the four cardinal points ensuring, in this way, a slender and fast roads.
In addition, the city in Turin, widens the ring road, which provides access to the various areas of the Piedmont capital without having to go through.
Below is a list of highways that serve the city of Turin and linking it to other Italian cities.
A4 (Torino – Milano)
A5 (Torino – Ivrea)
A6 (Torino – Savona)
A21 (Torino – Piacenza)
The capital of Piedmont can also be reached through some of main Alpin tunnels:
Frejus Tunnel (to France)
Gran San Bernardo Tunnel (to Switzerland)
Mont Blanc Tunnel (to France)
The city of Turin is served by a network of high speed roads, no fee, which integrate the highway network.
Distances from major Italian cities:
Turin-Bologna: 332 km
Turin-Rome: 673 km
Turin-Genova: 176 km
Turin-Venice: 405 km
Turin-Naples: 871 km