Torino Porta Nuova railway station
- Railway line Turin -Milan
- High-speed line Turin -Milan
- Railway line Turin -Genoa
- Railway line Turin - Modane
The Torino Porta Nuova railway station is the main station of the city of Turin and daily with 350 Zugsfahrten and over 70 million travelers is behind Roma Termini railway station Milano Centrale is the third largest of Italy .. He of the FS- daughter GrandiStazioni SpA operated, lost its main station function but with the opening of the station Porta Susa AV 2013, as this as opposed to Porta Nuova railway station is no head.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the building, designed by architect Carlo Ceppi took place in 1861. In 1864 he was transferred to the operation, although the works were still in progress until 1868. After the destruction of the Second World War, the reconstruction took place from 1948 to 1953 under the supervision of Paolo Perilli instead. Opened in 2007, one stop away from the Turin underground in the basement. On 4 February 2009, the station was re- opened after an extensive renovation, just 145 years after the first opening. On four floors of 97,000 square feet of usable area was restored or created.
All long-distance trains, affect the Turin, operate the station. There are in addition to intercity and Euro Star Italia trains are overnight trains, other express trains, but also TGVs to Milano Centrale or Paris Gare de Lyon. Eastward leading trains stop still at the Torino Porta Susa railway station, westward leading still in Torino Lingotto. There are direct connections among other things to Venice, Milan, Rome, Genoa, Naples, Bari, Salerno and Palermo.