The service of direct trains from is now just 1 x train per day, which is usually scheduled to depart from Torino Porta Nuova station at 18:40 and from Torino Porta Susa station at 18:50.
It isn't due into Trieste until 23:40.
Final Destination: Trieste
Departing from Torino:
The trains on this route from Torino to Trieste commence their journeys at Torino Porta Nuova station.
They depart from there around 10 mins before they depart from Torino Porta Susa.
If you will be commencing your journey on the Torino Metro, it can make sense to head to Porta Susa in order to take these trains.
As all seats are reserved, including yours, you won't have to worry about no spare seats being available if you board at Torino Porta Susa.
The city centre Metro stations are Re:Umberto and Vinzaglio.
Though if you will be travelling with luggage, it can be a better idea to board these trains at Porta Nuova, you'll increase your chances of being able to find an optimum space in which to store your bags.
Though whether you travel from Porta Susa or Porta Nuova stations makes no difference to the ticket price.
1 x train per day
*Save by booking in advance: Yes, for more details on how to obtain the cheapest prices for Frecce trains see the guide to Italian rail tickets.
Online bookings usually open: up to 6 months ahead of the travel date; though the booking period will be typically be shorter when looking up journeys for travel after the second Sunday in December.
|Ticket Provider||Approximate Cost|
|Italia rail||from €30|
|Save A Train||from €29.90|
If you want to arrive in Trieste earlier, there are other journey options available with just 1 x change of train in either Milano or at Venezia Mestre station.
There are no Italo trains between Torino/Turin and Trieste.
This train travels on high speed lines between Torino and Milano and between Milano and Brescia.
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