How to get here

Use public transport!

Train, bus and subway

Turin has three main railway stations, all of which offer easy access to Lingotto Fiere:

  • From Torino Porta Nuova take the subway to Lingotto (which takes about 10 minutes on Linea 1, heading in the direction of Lingotto, which is the end of the line)
  • From Torino Porta Susa take the subway to Lingotto (which takes about 15 minutes on Linea 1, heading in the direction of Lingotto)
  • From Torino Lingotto you can reach Lingotto Fiere in 20 minutes by walking across the pedestrian bridge (the Passerella Olimpica) or in 10 minutes on the number 18 bus (taking it for 7 stops in the direction of Regio Parco – Santa Sofia)


Gruppo Torinese Trasporti

By car

All the highways to Turin lead to the ring road (tangenziale in Italian); you should exit the ring road at Corso Unità d’Italia and follow the signs for Lingotto Fiere.


Lingotto Fiere has a large ground-level parking lot, as well as a multilevel underground parking lot which is accessed at the entrance of Via Nizza 280 (cars only).

By airplane

Torino Caselle airport is situated around 16 km north-west of the city center.
Buses and taxis will reach Lingotto Fiere from the airport in around 30-40 minutes using the ring road (tangenziale), exiting at Corso Unità d’Italia). There is also a Car2Go / Share Now car-sharing service available at the airport.


Turin Airport

Other nearby airports include:

  • Milan Malpensa, around 140 km
  • Genoa Cristoforo Colombo, around 170 km
  • Milan Bergamo Orio al Serio, around 220 km
  • Nice Côte d’Azur, around 220 km



At Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2018 our visitors traveled 47.860 km using a bike sharing scheme, equivalent to an emissions saving of 4.30 tons of CO2, while 1250 km were traveled using electric car sharing schemes, equivalent to an emissions saving of 36 kg of CO2.

For more info regarding bike sharing, car sharing, moto sharing and other forms of sustainable travel, as well as more details regarding bus services and parking, please check back on this page, which is being constantly updated, from June 4.