How to get here
Turin International Airport
is a 45-minute drive from the Centre. From the airport, the simplest thing is to take a taxi (you'll find plenty of them waiting for you) to our Centre. Ask the driver to take you to the "Centro BIT". On a weekday, the cost should be no more than 40 euros.
There are two major train stations in Turin: "Porta Nuova", which is closest to our Centre, and "Porta Susa". On a weekday, the taxi fare should be no more than 15 euros from Porta Nuova and 20 euros from Porta Susa to our Centre.
Our Centre is in the south-east of Turin. If you are arriving from the north, follow the "Tangenziale Sud" ring road towards Savona/Piacenza and exit at Moncalieri. If you are arriving from the south, on the motorway, follow signs to Moncalieri, and exit there. Then follow signs to "Torino Centro" (Turin city centre) and "Corso Unità d'Italia". After about two kilometres, a big overhead sign saying "Torino" welcomes you to Turin. Stay on that road for another 500 metres: our Centre will be on your right. It is fairly easy to download a route map from the Internet.