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About Torino

Roman castrum, medieval town, first capital of Italy.
Torino offers a lasting memory of castles, old beautiful palaces, royal residences, monuments.
Torino is one of the cultural leading cities in Italy.
The city's lively cultural scene includes music, theatre, visual arts, photography, film, design, dance and heritage as well as a wide choice of museums, 46 in town, such as the world famous Egyptian Museum, the beautiful Galleria Sabauda with Italian and Flemish painting collections, the Automobile Museum, the Modern Art Gallery, the Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art, the National Cinema Museum with its unique interactive approach.
Moreover, Torino is one of the undisputed world capital of taste. It has always boasted a renowned food and wine tradition.
The region's extraordinary cuisine can be enjoyed in over 600 city restaurants.
Around Torino thousands of excursion opportunities: the Alps, the lakes, the artistic cities and villages, the golf courses, the wine and food tours.
Torino and its area are a unique location for shopping top level "made in Italy" products: from design to fashion, from food delicacies to jewelry.

Discover Torino


How to get to Torino

Torino lies in the centre of Europe and takes advantage of a well structured connection system by plane, train and car.

By air
- Caselle International Airport, 20 minutes away from the city centre, allows daily connections with the main European cities.
- Malpensa International Airport, one of the main European hubs connected to more than 120 cities all over the world, is located only 60 minutes' drive from Torino.

By train
Turin has two main railway stations, Porta Nuova and Porta Susa, both in the city centre. They are connected, also with frequent high speed rail services, to the main destinations in Italy and France, and from there to the rest of Europe. Lyon can be reached in 2.5 hours, Paris in about 5 hours and Milan in only 50 minutes. More info at www.trenitalia.com

By car
Motorways A6 Turin-Savona, A4 Turin-Milan-Venice, A21 Turin-Piacenza-Bologna, A5 Turin-Aosta, A32 Turin-Bardonecchia connect Turin to most Italian cities, to France, Switzerland, Austria and the rest of Europe


Hotel accommodation

The conference organizing secretariat can offer rooms in the following suggested hotels:

Starhotel Majestic ★★★★
(distance from the workshop venue: 10' by tramway)
address: Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 54, 10123 Torino
web: www.starhotels.com/it/i-nostri-hotel/majestic-torino

Hotel Concord ★★★★
(10' by tramway)
address: Corso Lagrange 47, 10123 Torino
web: http: www.hotelconcordtorino.com

Hotel Amadeus ★★★
(10' by tramway)
address: Via Principe Amedeo 41, 10123 Torino
web: www.hotelamadeustorino.com

Hotel Alpi Resort ★★★
(15' on foot or 10' by tramway)
address: Via Alfonso Bonafous 5, 10123 Torino
web: www.hotelalpiresort.it

Hotel Continental ★★★
(5' on foot + 8' by bus)
address: Via Genova 2, 10126 Torino
web: www.continental.to.it

Hotel NH Lingotto Tech ★★★★
(5' metro + 5' on foot)
address: via Nizza 230, 10126 Torino
web: www.nh-hotels.it

Hotel Lancaster ★★★
(10' on foot)
address: corso Turati 8, 10128 Torino
web: www.lancasterhoteltorino.com

University Camplus Lingotto
(10' on foot)
address: via Nizza 230, 1016 Torino
web: http:www.camplus.it


For more info on prices, reservation terms and procedure, please see the hotel reservation form.

We would like to remind you that many events will take place in Turin in the same period of the Resilience Workshop. In particular, the International Slow Food Festival, beginning on Thursday September 22, will bring thousands of tourists to Turin and SOME HOTELS ARE ALREADY SOLD OUT. Therefore, we warmly suggest to book your room as soon as possible!

Book your room as soon as you can: cancellation policy is without penalty up to 7 days from the date of arrival.

For further clarification, contact us at chiarapalieri@symposium.it


About ISPRA

Ispra is a beautiful lakeside municipality overlooking the eastern shore of Lake Maggiore (about 130 km from Torino).
Certainly tourism in Ispra is not a recent phenomenon; in fact, the superb gardens of the great noble residences from the 1800’s embellish the entire surrounding area.
Another traditional and age-old activity was the extraction and processing of limestone, as shown by the obvious signs of the white gashes in the sides of the hill and four of the kilns once used to process quicklime.
Lastly, Ispra is characterised by its long lakeshore development. The coast can almost be entirely walked along a section of pedestrian precinct, which is equipped with facilities.