Lyons, Paris, and then of course all the Swiss, Austrian, German and East European destinations that require just one change of train. Every day hundreds of thousands of travellers arrive and leave from Turin, almost 200,000 just at the Porta Nuova
station, Italy's third by passenger volume.
Next down is Porta Susa
station, which is refurbished so as to make it the city's main station for domestic and international travel. A drive towards innovation has been made by the arrival of High Speed trains
, inaugurated in 2006: Frecciarossa trains
connecting Turin-Milan-Bologna-Rome-Naples-Salerno; Italo's High Speed train
service connects the line
Turin-Salerno, stops in Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples.
Then Val Susa, Canavese, Lanzo Valleys, Pinerolese, Val Pellice and the hills of Chieri: in the province of Turin, railways reach almost everywhere
, so you can leave your car at home and travel in full relaxation.