A casual glance at the European Rail Map would lead to a correct assumption that Torino/Turin is the Italian city with the easiest access to London by train.
So if you'll be making a rail journey to the UK from the south of Italy, an overnight stay in Torino can be a good option.
Though due to the landslide which has damaged the railway used by the direct trains from Torino to Paris, ticket sales by this route have had to be inevitably suspended until further notice.
Hence the only Torino to London rail journeys which are currently on sale are the journey options which involve travelling via Switzerland and require three connections between trains.
The info on this page needs to be updated - and it will be as soon as the usual service is resumed,
When travelling between most cities by train there is only one logical option, though on other journeys there is a choice between different trains or alternative routes. If different options are available you can use the info to decide which is best for you.
9hr 52min -10hr 26min
Mon to Sat: 1 x optimum connection per day
Sunday 2 x optimum connections
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