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.. an interesting new building ...

... heralding a new style in building train stations, but echoing the grandeur of the... read more

Reviewed February 28, 2018
Giorgio G
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
A Fine Station, Many Amenities

This is a fine train station. It's huge, with many shops and amenities. Trains, high speed and... read more

Reviewed July 8, 2017
jg3arrow
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Surf City USA
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28 Feb 2018
“.. an interesting new building ...”
8 Jul 2017
“A Fine Station, Many Amenities”
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Reviewed February 28, 2018

... heralding a new style in building train stations, but echoing the grandeur of the eclectic/steel buildings of yesteryear ... much needed to decrease traffic in Porta Nuova and easy to navigate ... also easy to get to Malpensa airport from here, either by train...More

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Reviewed July 8, 2017 via mobile

This is a fine train station. It's huge, with many shops and amenities. Trains, high speed and regionale, from all over Italy call here. If you're coming from the south or west you seem to have to make a pointless stop at the sorry Lingotto...More

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Reviewed February 9, 2017 via mobile

Big, bright, cold and sterile. Purely functional. Great little coffee shop which is so good and reasonable there's nearly always a cue at peak times. It looks and feels like a greenhouse with no plants.

Thank Simon M
Reviewed October 27, 2016

Finally the real Station for the high speed train. This is what you need to move quick and fast. I use a lot the station for both the High Speed Trains Italo or Freccia Rossa, and this concept of station can change really your life...More

Thank PhStrad
Reviewed September 29, 2016

Porta Susa was only a couple of blocks from my B&B, so was a useful connection point going to and from Malpensa. Most staff were helpful. You can take trains from the terminal itself, or buses just across the road. The station itself seems pretty...More

Thank ilpirata83
Reviewed September 8, 2016 via mobile

Great modern Station had a two hours stop over for a connecting train to Rome.Easy to get around clean amenities easy to read electronic boards.

Thank Roger H
Reviewed August 13, 2016

Getting there from other stations such as Porta Nuova is easy....the new Metro is cheap, frequent and fast. One tip: when navigating the EXIT gates, tow bags behind you, as the gates won't open if you push a bag ahead. Spacious upper floor with adequate...More

1  Thank William P
Reviewed August 4, 2016

This buiding is huge and stunning, it's very easy to get lost. I appreciate the ecologic thinking behind the project (the roof is photovoltaic). But some essential services are missing and the building looks more like a commercial center than a train station: - first...More

Thank K0k0r0_chan
Reviewed April 8, 2016

The railway station after reconstruction is completely new building and design. Very open with huge area available for shopping cum food plaza but yet to be occupied. Still dormant and not yet a lively place. The station and platforms are fully functional and easily accessible.

Thank goyalair
Reviewed March 27, 2016

It’s an extraordinary structure. A landmark of modernity, contrasting with much of the rest of the grand architecture in the city. We first saw it when walking along Via Cernaia and turning onto Corso Bolzano. The full extent of the edifice can be fully appreciated...More

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Hi Sylhansen, you must go on the metro system web site : gtt torino italia ( sorry but it's impossible to include web sites on tripadvisor) Bye
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