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This station is truly impressive from outside and even beautiful to walk in the inside. It is huge and you can enter or exit through different streets. We used it twice when in Torino to visit Bardonecchia and to go to La Sacra di San...More
Loved this hotel. Only stayed 1 night. Room was large, comfortable and clean. Bathroom needed updating. No tea facilities. Staff were very friendly. Breakfast was amazing. Tortoises in the garden while we ate. Loved it and wished we had more time there.
We arrived at the Turin Train Station from Bologna. We were impressed by the size and grandeur. This is the main station in Turin and is the 3rd busiest in Italy. About 70 million travelers pass thru here each year on about 350 trains a...More
Very clean station with various types of outlets to buy food for your journey or maps of Turin. There is a tourist information office across the road from the station and the staff are lovely. You can also purchase tickets for the public transport from...More
It's been two years since we visited this station. This time around we needed a bathroom before setting out on the metro. It was cold out, threatening snow or rain. There was a sign on the McDonald's bathrooms indicating I think that we needed some...More
Torino Porta Nova is a connection point for long distance trains and local transportation including the metro lines. Tens of shops and plenty of restaurants. Well maintained and only a few beggars to bother you inside and outside the station.
If you know the time of your train departure, and have the tickets in hand a fifteen minute wait would be sufficient I think. The arrival of the train and platform number would be announced a few minutes beforehand. If you... More
If you know the time of your train departure, and have the tickets in hand a fifteen minute wait would be sufficient I think. The arrival of the train and platform number would be announced a few minutes beforehand. If you have not yet purchased tickets it's always best to go half an hour before as there may be queues.I usually book my tickets the day before so that I don't have to rush the next day