The arcade at the front of Torino Porta Nuova station

Torino / Turin to Aosta by train

How to take the rail journey from Turin / Torino to Aosta



From Torino Porta Nuova to Aosta

Journey Summary

Travel Time
2hr 5min - 2hr 23min
Travel Information

These trains commence their journeys at Torino Porta Nuova station and then also call at Torino Porta Susa station around 8 mins later.

So if the starting point of your journey is adjacent to the city centre Metro stations, Re:Umberto OR Vinzaglio, you will have a quicker end-to-end journey if you head to Porta Susa to catch these trains.

However, if you head to Porta Nuova to take these trains, you'll increase your chances of finding a seat and the boarding process will be simpler.

10 - 12 x trains per day


Book early and save: No

Tickets will cost the same price if booked last minute at the station.

Where to book
Ticket Provider Approximate Cost
Trenitalia *

Trenitalia Guide

Trenitlalia is the national rail operator in Italy and in addition to its cheaper types of ticket; it also typically offers other discounts available to non-Italians, which include:

  • Group Offers, provides for a discount of up to 50% when 3-5 Adults travel together.
  • Family Offer for when groups of 2 - 5 people are travelling together and at least one of the party is a aged 11 and under.
  • The Children Free Offer is available for journeys by Frecce trains, when groups of 2 - 5 people are travelling together and at least one of the party is a aged 15 and under.
    Those aged 15 and under travel for free, but the Adults will need to purchase full price 'Base' tickets.

On this journey

Journey Features

Scenic - YesLandscape (Hills / Mountains)

Good to Know

Arriving in Aosta:

Buses to ski resorts in the Aosta valley depart from Aosta train staion.

The cable car up to Pila is a 5 min walk from Aosta station - though it's on the opposite side of the station to the main entrance.

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