TiM 2018 will be held at the Aula Magna della Cavallerizza Reale, Università degli Studi di Torino, Via Verdi, 9 – Turin (Italy).
The University of Turin
Established at the beginning of the XV century by Prince Ludovico of Savoia-Acaja and officially recognized by Pope Benedetto XIII in 1404, the University of Turin is one of the oldest Italian institutes. Today it represents one of the leading Italian public Universities with an international reputation for high quality teaching and research.
Turin, an important business and cultural center in northern Italy, is the capital of the Piedmont region, Surrounded by rolling green hills with snowy Alpine peaks in the background, the historic centre is filled with sumptuous baroque palaces and art nouveau mansions, and a labyrinth of shady arcades lined with fashion boutiques, cafés, and romantic restaurants serving delicious Piemontese cuisine. For more information please visit http://www.turismotorino.org.
Getting to Turin:
Travelling by car to and from Torino is quite practical due to good links to the rest of Italy and to France and Switzerland.
For those coming from Aosta Valley (A5), Lombardy (A4 and A21), Liguria (A26-A21 and A6), from France (A32) or from the rest of Piedmont, every motorway converges on Turin’s ring road (A55).
Getting around Turin
- By Taxi: Taxis can be found in front of the Railway Stations or calling 0115730 or 0113399. More information: http://www.radiotaxi.it
- By tram, bus and metro – public transport GTT http://www.gtt.to.it/cms/en/
- By car. The public transport network is efficient and the best way to geta round the city center. Nevertheless, if you prefer to use your own vehicle, please pay particular attetion to Turin’s ZTL (Limited Traffic Areas)