Torino Porta Susa

Torino / Turin, (Italy)

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About the station


Our guide to Torino Porta Susa station will tell you need to know aboout taking a train from here, plus how to access the station and transfer to the city centre.

Turin/Torino has two main train stations, Torino Porta Nuova and Torino Porta Susa.

The train services from each station:

The train services to and from the city which only arrive at and depart from Torino Porta Nuova station - so DON'T use this  Porta Susa station, are:

(i) Frecciabianca and Intercity trains towards Pisa, Livorno and Roma via this route

(iii) All trains towards Genova, Savona, San Remo and Ventimiglia

(iv) The Regionale trains to Bardonecchia

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The train services to and from the city which only arrive at and depart from Torino Porta Susa (this station) are:

(i) the TGV-France Italy trains to/from Lyon and Paris

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Train sevices which call at both stations are:

(i) The Frecce and Italo high speed trains to and from Milano, Bari, Bologna, Firenze/Florence, Roma, Napoli, Verona and Venezia/Venice.

(ii) Regional trains to and from Aosta, Novara and Milano.

Therefore some trains TO Torino will call at Porta Susa station before travelling on to Porta Nuova station

So if you’ll be travelling on such a train and heading for the city centre - it’s likely that you will have a faster overall journey if you leave the train HERE at Porta Susa.
The public transport connections to the city centre are as convenient at Porta Susa as they are at Porta Nuova station.

Porta Nuova and Porta Susa are on the same Metro line and both have tram lines into the historic heart of Torino - so you can be arriving at your final destination by Metro, before a train has reached Porta Nuova station.

Porta Nuova is a more conventional type of station, it's a terminus, so it's simple to navigate and the trains arrive at street level, but Porta Susa also has step-free access from and to the trains.

An Introduction to Porta Susa station:

Torino Porta Susa is a stunning station, the main building is huge as it spans the length of the platforms/binari.

So when entering the station from street level, the sight that greets you is awe-inspiring, but also a tad intimidating.

You’ll see what resembles a maze of escalators, staircases and bridges, because the station is on multiple levels.

However, as you begin to navigate the station, you will realise that this plethora of bridges makes Torino Porta Susa a comparatively easy station to navigate.

Although Torino Porta Susa has comparatively sparse facilities for a station of its size, there is only one fairly basic cafe in the station and few retailers.

Note that there isn't a left luggage facility at Porta Susa station, but there is one at Porta Nuova station, though a nearby cafe offers a left-luggage service.

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Accessing The City Centre


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