An identifying urban symbol for the past 150 years, Porta Nuova is Turin oldest railway station. A postcard-like background, the station is between two of the main city streets.
Turin main railway station and the third largest station in Italy, Porta Nuova was designed as a magnificent palace for citizens, but also as a functional modern space and a cosy entry point to the city for tourists. Walking out the main façade, which opens onto a large garden square and Via Roma, you can admire one of the most successful and famous glimpses of a city a nineteenth and twentieth-century traveller could see.
Information curated by:
Caterina Gaspardo Moro, milli paglieri, Staff Landscapefor (2018-2023)