At about 5h30 from Paris with the high-speed TGV train, Turin can be easily accessed. At the border between Italy and France, Turin is a beautiful place to visit. Renowned for its artistic centres like Egyptian Museum of Turin or GAM - Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Turin has so much to offer lovers of art! You have to see the Torino Porta Nuova, the Piazza Castello or the Piazza San Carlo during your stay. There is something so interesting about the Museo A come Ambiente or the National Cinema Museum (Museo Nazionale del Cinema) that it would be a shame to miss out on any of them. The Villa della Regina, the Basilica di Superga and the SS. Trinita are steeped in history. The architecture of the Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale) and the Mole Antonelliana will without a doubt get your attention. Turin has also impressive cathedrals and churches, such as the Royal Church of San Lorenzo, the Gran Madre di Dio or the Chiesa di San Filippo Neri. And why not explore the old streets of the city such as the Murazzi del Po.
Discover Turin by train. From Paris Gare de Lyon station, you will arrive directly to Turin Porta Susa station by taking a TGV. European train stations are located in or near the city centres. Depending on your reservation dates, you can get flexible or semi-flexible tickets that will give you the opportunity to ask for a refund or exchange your tickets if needed. If you are hungry, you can choose from a wide selection of meals (sandwiches, salads, hot dishes, snacks and desserts) on board. Book your ticket online thanks to our website and print it out easily at home.