Hotel NH Torino Centro
The NH Torino Centro hotel is just a kilometer from Turin’s city center, near the Gallery of Contemporary Modern Art. It’s close to the city’s two major train stations (Vinzaglio Station) and convenient location near Porta Susa and Porta Nuova stations, making it easy to get around and see the sights.
It takes about 10 minutes walking from the hotel to Polytechnic of Turin. The booking can be done directly from the following Website:
Best Quality Hotel Politecnico
The extremely favorable position makes it an ideal destination for business trips or holidays: just 700 meters from Polytechnic of Turin and a short distance from the most important places of interest. The hotel is 15 minutes walk from Porta Susa Stations and 5 minutes walking from the hotel to Polytechnic of Turin.
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The conferences will be held at the Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (http://ismb.it/en)
Via Pier Carlo Boggio 61, 10138, Torino, Italy
From Turin International Airport
Turin International Airport (http://www.aeroportoditorino.it/en) is one of the most important resources for Turin's communications and the main point of access for those coming from within Italy or abroad. A restyling in 2005 means that the airport is now one of Europe's most advanced.
The airport is within easy reach of the city both by car because of a fast-flowing motorway feeder road connected to the North Ring Road (Tangenziale Nord), and by public transport on Sadem buses (http://www.sadem.it/it/prodotti/collegamento-aeroporti/torino-torino-airport.aspx) or by the GTT train (http://www.gtt.to.it/cms/en/). The Sfm A Turin – Caselle Airport – Ceres GTT line links the city with the international airport of Caselle; there are two junction stations in Turin itself, Dora and Madonna di Campagna, connecting with other means of public transport. The Dora - Caselle Airport route takes 19 minutes.
Every day hundreds of thousands of travelers arrive and leave from Turin, almost 200,000 just at the Porta Nuova station, Italy's third by passenger volume.
Next down is Porta Susa station, which is refurbished so as to make it the city's main station for domestic and international travel. A drive towards innovation has been made by the arrival of High Speed trains, inaugurated in 2006: Frecciarossa (http://www.trenitalia.com/) trains connecting Turin-Milan-Bologna-Rome-Naples-Salerno; Italo's High Speed (http://www.italotreno.it/en) train service connects the line Turin-Salerno, stops in Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples.
Milan Malpensa (http://www.milanomalpensa-airport.com/en) is the intercontinental airport of Milan. With its wide range of destinations throughout the world, it is the main hub of northern Italy. Malpensa operates with two passenger terminals (Malpensa Terminal 1 and Malpensa Terminal 2) and a cargo terminal (Malpensa Cargo). With Sadem buses (http://www.sadem.it/en/prodotti/collegamento-aeroporti/milano-malpensa-airport.aspx) the connection from Torino City Center to Milano Malpensa airport is granted by a service operating 18 hours / day and 10 couple of runs.
Travel with us through a territory which, with its art, history, nature and culture, sport and tradition, has an exceptional appeal. In Turin’s province there are endless discoveries to be made, from learning about Italy’s first capital to the Alps of the Olympics, and from the hills of Canavese to the summits of Gran Paradiso.