Porta Nuova Station
Porta Nuova station is the third largest Italian train station in terms of passenger traffic and is the main railway station in Turin, located in the city center. It is the terminus of high-speed lines for Rome, Naples, and Salerno, and is served by trains of the Regional Railway Service and the Metropolitan Railway Service and long-distance connections operated by Trenitalia and ItaloTreno.
The station allows interchange with the Porta Nuova stop of the metro line, with the urban and suburban bus and tram network and with the buses that connect the station with the Turin airport and taxi and bike sharing services.
Porta Susa Station
The new Porta Susa station, built along the railway passing through Turin, is the second- largest train station in Turin and Piedmont in terms of the number of passengers. The station is served by trains of the Regional and Metropolitan Railway Services and the high-speed railway lines of Trenitalia and ItaloTreno. Moreover, starting from the Porta Susa station you can reach the French cities of Chambéry, Lyon, and Paris with the high-speed passenger train (TGV) railway services of SNCF Voyages.
The station is connected with the Porta Susa underground stop of the metro line and above ground, with urban and suburban public transport services whose stops are mainly located on Piazza XVIII Dicembre.
Finally, adjacent to the station, there is the Bus Terminal managed by Extra.To which is the starting point for the main provincial and regional bus lines and the bus lines that connect to the Turin and Milan Malpensa airports. In addition to taxi and bike sharing services, this station also has a large paid parking area available.
The third train station in Turin is the Lingotto station, located in the south-eastern part pf the city along the Turin-Genoa railway line. The station is served by the Regional and Metropolitan Railway Service lines and connects Piedmont with Liguria (Genoa, Savona, and Ventimiglia).