Torino Porta Nuova Railway Station

Torino Porta Nuova Railway StationTorino Porta Nuova is the main railway station of Turin and the third in Italy for passenger flow after Roma Termini and Milano Centrale. It is situated in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II near piazza Carlo Felice.

Torino Porta Nuova is a terminal station and offers some of main national lines, regional and interregional lines. It is also a terminus of the national TAV high speed rail to Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples and Salerno. Currently it doesn’t offer any international lines.

The station is managed by Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI) and commercial area for passengers is managed by Grandi Stazioni. Inside station there is a mall.

Torino Porta Nuova Railway Station offers several services for passenger: newsagents, pharmacy, food outlets, ATMs, parking, luggage storage and a bike-sharing service.

Torino Porta Nuova is also the central hub of Turin Subway (Fermi-Lingotto).

Torino Porta Nuova railIt’s possible to reach the Torino-Caselle airport via the shuttle bus service Caselle Express without intermediate stops.

From Torino Porta Nuova Railway Station the following museums are easy reach: Egyptian Museum, national museum of Cinema and Regional Museum of Natural History. The Mole Antonelliana, which houses the National Museum of Cinema, is within walking distance (about 20 minutes) or bus 61 (up to Via Po) and 68 (up to Via Rossini).

Other tourist destinations are easily reached: Piazza Castello and Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama and the Museum of Ancient Art, the Cathedral of St. John and the Holy Shroud, Castle and Valentino Park, the GAM museum and Venaria Reale.

Other interchanges:

  • 4 Direction: terminus Falchera – terminus Strada Drosso
  • 7 Direction: circular Castello
  • 9 Direction: terminus Stampalia – terminus To Expo

Urban bus

  • 12 Direction: terminus Bertola – terminus Poste Telecomunicazioni
  • 52 Direction: terminus Adua – terminus Scialoja
  • 58 Direction: terminus Carlo Felice – terminus Poste Telecomunicazioni
  • 58/ Direction: terminus Bertola – terminus Salvemini
  • 64 Direction: terminus Napoli
  • 68 Direction: terminus Frejus – terminus Casale

Suburban bus

  • 11 Direction: terminus Stati Uniti – terminus De Gasperi (Venaria)
  • 33 Direction: terminus Costituzione (Collegno)
  • 61 Direction: terminus Mezzaluna (San Mauro)
  • 67 Direction: terminus Arbarello – terminus Negri (Moncalieri)
  • 101 Direction: terminus Artom – terminus Fermi (Collegno)

Night buses

  • N4 Direction: terminus Vittorio Veneto – terminus Caio Mario
  • N5 Direction: terminus Vittorio Veneto – terminus Cattaneo

Milano Centrale Railway Station

Milano Centrale Railway StationMilano Centrale Railway Station is the main station of the city, it offers numerous connections with urban and suburban areas and it is well connected to the airports of Linate, Malpensa and Orio al Serio.

More detailed information you can check here:

Milano Centarle – Malpensa airport

Milano Centrale – Bergamo Orio al Serio airport

Milano Centrale – Linate airport

The station is well organized and many services are offered including  shops, car rental, travel agencies and restaurants.

Connections available from Milano Centrale:

  • The Milan Metro

The Milan Metro is the center of the public transport in the city. It is operated by ATM (Azienda Trasporti Milanesi) and with its 94,5 km is the longest metro in Italy.

The Milan Metro has 4 lines:

Line M1 (red)
Linea M2 (green)
Linea M3 (yellow)
Linea M5 (lilac)

Entrance to the Milan metro in Stazione Centrale


  • Bus

The station offers numerous bus lines, operated by ATM, that connect various parts of the city with the province. The ATM Point, where it is possible to get all the information needed and to buy tickets, s situated in the metro station of Stazione Centrale. In addition to this, there are also buses that connect Stazione Centrale and Milan airports: Malpensa, Bergamo Orio al Serio airport and Linate airport:

– Malpensa Shuttle: for Malpensa airport

– Autostradale: for  Malpensa, Linate and Bergamo Orio al Serio airports as well as to  Fiera di Milano

– Terravision: fro Malpensa and Bergamo Orio al Serio airports

– Airbus:  for Linate airports

– OrioShuttle: for Bergamo Orio al Serio airport

Beside this, there are also numerous trams and trolley buses.

milano centrale

  • Trains

The train station has 24 binaries. There are trains of Alta Velocità, Eurostar, Intercity, national, international and regional. What is more, there are Maplensa Express trains, operated by Trenord, that connect Milan with Malpensa airport. Maplensa Express train  leaves from Terminale 1. Trains operate from  5.25 to 23.25. Tickets for adults cost  12 EUR, for children from 4 to 14 years old – 6 EUR. Map of the stops : Malpensa Express: the map

You can  check the timetable here: Maplensa Express*

* Before the deputare, always verify the timetable on the official website of Malpensa Express as the timetable may be subject to variation.

Malpensa Express

ATAC bus lines Roma Tiburtina

Roma Tiburtina railway station offers different ATAC bus lines that connect Roma Tiburtina with different areas of the city.Bus Tiburtina

Buses with Rome Tiburtina as point of departure/last station:

  • Working/non-working days:  bus 71, bus 111, bus 135, bus 409, bus 490, bus 492, bus 495, bus 649.
  • Overnight service: bus n17, bus n23.
  • Working days only: bus 168, bus 211, bus 491.
  • Saturday and holiday only: bus C3.

Buses with Rome Tiburtina as middle stop:

  • Working/non-working days: bus 163, bus 309, bus 545 ( it stops only for Piazzale Verano direction).
  • Overnight service: bus n2.
  • Working days only: bus 443, bus 448 ( they stop only for Piazzale Verano direction)
  • Holidays only: bus 120EX
  • Saturday and holiday only: bus C2.



It is possible to calculate the route of each line here.



Here more info about bus from/to Roma Tiburtina:


Versione italiana italian-flag Linee autobus ATAC per la città di Roma

Subway Rome, line A

Subway Rome, line A: information about routs and trains.

Trains of the line A run every 8 minutes:

  • Monday-thursday, sunday included: first ride and last ride from each terminus: 5:30 –  23:30
  • Friday and saturday: first ride and last ride from each terminus: 5:30 – 01:30

Trains stop at:metro roma linea a

TERMINI (line B)

Roma Termini railway station

Roma Termini outsideRoma Termini
 is the main railway station of the capital and the first in Italy for passenger flow. It is situated in Piazza dei Cinquecento and owes its name to the nearby Terme di Diocleziano (Baths of Diocletian).

Roma Termini station offers services and links designed for tourists and Roman citizens: the station is now the central hub of the north-south link of Italy and of the transport in the city.

The to/from Roma Termini connections include transportation for each category: high speed, Eurostar, Intercity, national, international and regional trains, trolleybuses, trams, buses and subway.

Stazione Termini

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Stazione Termini 41.901091, 12.501991
Mobility map from Roma Termini railway station to Rome and province
Mobility map from Termini station to Rome and province.
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The platform 24 is used for train Leonardo Express, direct line to Fiumicino airport leaving every 30 minutes. Termini station is also connected to Fiumicino Airport via shuttle bus service.

From Termini you can reach Ciampino airport via shuttle bus from Termini or using a regional railway line to the station of Ciampino and then an Atral shuttle bus to the airport.

Termini station is also the meeting point of all the city’s subway lines: Line A (Anagnina – Battistini), Line B (Laurentina – Rebibbia) and Line B1 (Laurentina – Conca d’Oro / Jonio soon). By subway from Termini you can easily reach destinations such as the Colosseum, the Vatican and Piazza di Spagna.

The station offers several bus lines to Rome and province:
ATAC for travelling in Rome (find your bus route);
COTRAL for travelling in province and to the airports;
ATRAL for travelling to Ciampino airport;
FASHION BUS  bus shuttle to Valmontone Outlet Village (leaving only at 10 a.m. and only on Saturdays, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays);
– 110 OPEN bus for the city tour.

To reach the Rainbow Magicland theme park you get to Valmontone station by train and then continue with the free shuttle bus.

For Ciampino and Fiumicino airports or other tourist destinations, like Zoomarine, you can use other transport companies like Terravision or TAM Bus.

roma-termini_internoInside Termini Station there are many services including Forum Termini a large shopping center located in the basement of the station.


Roma Trastevere railway station

Roma Trastevere Railway StationRoma Trastevere is the fourth railway station of the capital for passenger flow, after Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina and Roma Ostiense. It is situated in Piazza Flavio Biondo in the south of Trastevere.

Inside the station there are several  services including ticket office, bar, and newsstand.

Roma Trastevere railway station is situated at the junction of the line Roma – Fiumicino Airport and Roma – Pisa.

Roma Trastevere railway station is served by:

  • regional railway line FL1 -> 4 trains per hour to Fiumicino Airport and Fara in Sabina, 2 of them prolonged to Poggio Mirteto and 1 to Orte;
  • regional railway line  FL3 -> 4 trains per hour to Roma Ostiense and Cesano, 2 of them prolonged to Bracciano and 1 to Viterbo.;
  • regional railway line  FR5 -> 4 trains per hour to Roma Termini e Civitavecchia, 2 of them prolonged to Montalto di Castro-Grosseto and 1 to Pisa.
  • bus ATAC lines (night and day).

Find your bus

It is possible to calculate the route of each line here.


Roma Trastevere Railway Station Map