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TORINO CARD: for 48 hours you... - Torino
TORINO CARD: for 48 hours you...

TORINO CARD: for 48 hours you can have free travel on all urban transport and 50% reduction in the subrban transport
Free entry in 82 museums in Turin, its surroundings and in Piedmont
Free access to the panoramic lift in the Mole Antonelliana, to the boat on the river Po and to Superga tram track
Reductions from 15 to 40% on the theatre or concert tickets, bicycle hire, and much more
All this for only 14 €

You can buy the ticket at :
Piazza Castello, 161
Stazione Porta Nuova
Aeroporto di Caselle

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  • Written Sep 8, 2002
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Rail: Torino has two main rail...

Rail: Torino has two main rail stations: Porta Nuova and Porta Susa (TRAIN INFO: www.trenitalia.it). Both are located in the city center not very far from each other. They both assure daily (and hourly) national and international connections. Both stations are linked to Caselle airport by bus service, which runs every half-hour (main terminal at the corner of Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and Via Sacchi).
Air : Piedmont’s main airport is located at Caselle (http://www.airport.turin.it), some 15 Km NW of Torino. Most European airlines fly into Torino. Taxi (€ 25.00 to anywhere in town) and train/bus services (€ 3.50, running every half-hour) will connect you to Porta Nuova and Porta Susa train stations. There is also a regular train service linking Caselle airport to the city centre (Stazione Dora)
Buses :Buses for many national and international destinations leave from and arrive in Torino, at the corner of Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and Corso Inghilterra.
Information: SADEM, tel. 011.311.1616
Local transportation:in Torino, local transportation connects all parts of the city. Remember to buy a ticket (€ 0.70) from a tobacconist or newsagent before getting on the bus or tram. Season tickets are also available, as well as students passes.
Information is available from the information booth located in the main hall of Porta Nuova rail station.

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