Turin by Train
Sometimes referred to as the "Capital of the Alps" Turin is Italy's fourth largest city. The River Po glides through its centre and the mountains tower over its skyline. Famous for its Fiat factories as much as the mystery of the Holy Shroud, Turin has a thriving cafe culture, a fine gastronomic heritage and some wonderful museums. In 2006 it played host to the Winter Olympics. Find out more about this elegant city.
Which Hedonistic Hiking tours start in Turin?
Both tours pick up at the Hotel Concord, a modern four star very close to the main station at Porta Nuova.
Stage 1: Depart St Pancras International. Eurostar services generally run every 30 minutes on most days during peak times, with a slightly reduced service on weekends and holidays. Journey time – around 2hr30m.
Stage 2: Arrive Paris Gard du Nord.
Stage 3: Transfer to Paris Gard du Lyon by taxi or metro. Although crossing Paris by metro takes around 30 minutes, we recommend allowing at least one hour between your arrival in Paris and onward journey from Paris Gard du Lyon.
Stage 4: For your onward train journey from Paris Gard du Lyon to Turin Porta Susa, you can choose between the TGV and the Frecciarossa. The journey time is around 6 hours, with the Frecciarossa being marginally slower although newer and with better on-board service than the TGV. For more information on train timetables and choosing which train to take, we recommend visiting the excellent website The Man in Seat 61.
Stage 5: Arrive Turin Porta Susa, close to the city centre.
Almost all of our tours have pick-up points at major train stations making it super-easy for you to join the group.
Average journey time from Turin to Rome Termini station is 5 hours. Use the rail link between Termini and Rome Fiumicino airport and meet here for:
Etruscan Trails in Central Italy
The Wilds of Abruzzo
Average journey time from Turin to Bologna is 2hrs 30 mins. Meet here for:
Northern Tuscany and Ravenna
Average journey time from Turin to Parma is 3 hours. Meet here for:
Parma, Tuscany and the Ligurian Sea
Average journey time from Turin to Milan is 1 hour. Meet here for:
The Italian Lakes