The most convenient and economical way to get around Torino is to take advantage
of GTT public transport. The city has a network of buses, tramways and, from 2006,
an underground line.
In the "o;bars", tobaccos and kiosks you can buy different types of tickets:
the ticket for an urban trip, for an extra-urban trip or a ticket valid for
one day. Those who like to go out at night can also enjoy night buses.
The city center has ZTL zones (restricted traffic areas) with limited or no access to cars in certain hours of the day, monitored by road cameras.
Piazza Carlo Felice - Corso Vittorio Emanuele II
(Monday to Sunday from 9am to 6pm)
Piazza Castello corner Via Garibaldi
(Monday to Sunday from 9am to 6pm )
Call center Turin Tourism:
phone +39 011.535181 (Monday to Sunday from 9am to 6pm)
Map the center of Torino .PDF [Source: turismotorino.org]
The City Sightseeing Torino is a bright and very comfortable
double-decker panoramic bus, making a complete tour of the
center of Turin (line A) in approximately 1 hour and 9 stops
which allows passengers to get on and off at will . On board
of the buses, an audio system programmed in 6 languages
(Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian)
illustrates the beauties and the history of town.
City Sightseeing Torino offers a second line (Line B) of panoramic bus. The tour, called "Torino Inedita", offers a 90 - minutes tour from Piazza Castello (corner Via Po) with the possibility of making nine stops to explore the Olympic Torino, the Lingotto, the Eataly, the new National Museum of the Automobile and the Hunting Lodge of Stupinigi.
City Sightseeing Torino offers a third line (Line C) panoramic bus. The new tour, called "Torino Residenze Reali", offers a 70 - minutes tour from Piazza Castello (corner Via Po) with the possibility to make six stops to explore the Borgo Dora, Porta Palazzo market, Juventus Stadium, the castle of La Venaria Reale, the natural park "La Mandria" and the castle of Rivoli (Museum of Contemporary Art).
Tickets can be purchased on buses or in tourist offices in Turin and in partner hotels. Download the brochure in .PDF
The historic Sassi - Superga cogwheel tramway is one of Turin's
most popular attractions and one of a kind in Italy. In full operation
for more than a hundred years, it has been completely renovated and
today offers visitors a trip to the past. Upon arrival in Superga,
one can admire a magnificent panorama of Turin and the Alps, visit
the Basilica realized by Filippo Juvarra and the tombs of the
Royal Savoy family.
The historic Tramway departs from Wednesday to Monday from 9am to 8pm. Tuesday is replaced by a bus. The ticket office is located inside the Sassi railway station, where you can also visit the historic Museum dedicated to the "Dentera" (the cogwheel).
Full ticket price: in week 2,00-4,00 € (round trip). Saturday and holidays: 3.50 - 5.50 € (round trip). For groups exceeding 10 people the reservation is mandatory (see the official website). For more information, schedules and special rates, see also GTT Tourist Services phone +39 011.5764733; +39.011.5764750 (Office hours).