Getting here

The Venue

La Centrale, Nuvola Lavazza, Via Bologna 11a, Turin 10152, Torino TO 

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Getting to the venue

BY BUS / TRAM

Busses 18, 57 from the PARMA-763 bus stop

Busses 24, 27, 93/, N57 from the ANCONA-1634 bus stop

BY TRAIN

From Porta Susa station

At Porta Susa station, take the 57 line towards Mezzaluna. Get off at the PARMA-763 stop. From there, the venue is within close walking distance. Estimated travel time: 20 minutes

At the BOLZANO-1118 stop, take the 51 line 51 towards Park Stura. Get off at the BORGO DORA-241 stop. The venue is within close walking distance via Corso Giulio Cesare, Lungo Dora Savona and Via Bologna. Estimated travel time: 20 minutes

From Porta Nuova station

At the ARCIVESCOVADO-249 stop, take the 57 line towards Mezzaluna. Get off at the PARMA-763 stop. The venue is within close walking distance. Estimated travel time: 20 minutes

At the PORTA NUOVA-253 stop, take the 4 line towards Falchera. Get off at the EMILIA-236 stop. The venue is within close walking distance via Corso Giulio Cesare, Lungo Dora Savona and Via Bologna. Estimated travel time: 20 minutes

At the PORTA NUOVA-253 stop, take the 11 line towards De Gasperi. Get off at the BORGO DORA-241 stop. The venue is within close walking distance via Corso Giulio Cesare, Lungo Dora Savona and Via Bologna. Estimated travel time: 20 minutes

BY TAXI

From Torino Caselle Airport (approx. 30 minutes)

From Porta Susa Station (approx. 15 minutes)

From Porta Nuova Station (approx. 15 minutes)

Pronto Taxi: tel. +390115737 Radio Taxi: tel. +390115730 

CAR PARK:

The closest GTT car park to the Museo Lavazza is in Via Ancona 17/A

Getting around Turin

Turin has a dense network of buses, trams, a metro system and a cable car, all run by the Gruppo Torinese Trasporti. They have an information office at Stazione Porta Nuova, if you're happy to take a ticket and wait in line for minimal information. Buses and trams run from 6am to midnight and tickets cost €1.50 (90 minutes), €3 (four hours), €5 (one-day pass) or €17.50 for a 15-ticket carnet.

Train

Turin's single-line metro runs from Fermi to Lingotto. It first opened for the Winter Olympics in February 2006 and reached Lingotto in 2011. The line will extend south to Piazza Bengasi, two stations south of Lingotto, at some time late 2017 or in 2018. Ordinary tickets cost €1.50 and allow 90-minute connections with bus and tram networks.

Tram

Apart from the city's useful tram system, an original 1934 tram rattles the 3.1km up the hillside from Stazione Sassi to Basilica di Superga in 18 minutes, every day except Tuesday.