By public transport

Buses and trams cover all Torino, crossing it in every direction from early morning to late at night. The route of the first driverless underground railway in Italia connects Collegno (from the west) to Piazza Bengasi (from the south) to the city centre and to the stations of Porta Nuova and Porta Susa.

For the young (and young at heart) there is the "Night Buster" service, a safe way to get around at night: every Friday, Saturday and pre-holidays from the outskirts to the centre and back, with bus stops close to the main areas of nightlife.

Tickets can be bought from authorised GTT retailers (tobacconists, newsagents, cafés) ..

To get around the city, we recommend Moovit: the app that allows public transport users to quickly find the best ways to reach their destination, know in real time the arrival time of public transport at the stop, and receive notifications about any sudden or planned changes to the public transport network.

A convenient service for tourists as well, the app is in fact available in 45 different languages and, thanks to the Gps position detected by the device, automatically sets the area where you are.