The Congress Center is located in Turin, in a very convenient area close to the city center, the railway and the subway. The Center is equipped with 4 conference rooms capable of host 15 to 800 visitors, with a press room, hall, exhibition spaces, in addition to 4 prestigious eighteenth-century “Ceremonial rooms” which is the setting an elegant garden, suitable for use with the season.
There’s a whiff of Paris in Turin’s elegant tree-lined boulevards and echoes of Vienna in its stately art nouveau cafes, but make no mistake – this elegant, Alp-fringed city is utterly self-possessed (by lonelyplanet)
Turin could be the blueprint for the post-industrial city of the future (By Jonathan Lee, author of the Wallpaper city guide to Turin)
The 2006 Winter Olympics, and its status recently as World Book Capital have promoted tourists to visit this beautiful and underestimated Italian city, which has a longstanding cultural and artistic history (by Wikitravel.org)
Torino has two main railway stations, Porta Nuova and Porta Susa, both in the city centre.
Take the underground line 1, direction Fermi (2 stops), until the Vinzaglio stop
Take the underground line 1 towards Lingotto (1 stop), get off at the Vinzaglio stop
From the North A4 Torino Milano motorway: take the C.so Giulio Cesare exit, take C.so Vercelli and continue along Via Cigna to the city center, take C.so Inghilterra and C.so Vittorio Emanuele, follow signs for Centro Congressi Unione Industriale.
From the Torino Sud ring road (for those coming from the A21 Turin-Piacenza, A6 Torino-Savona): take the Torino Centro – C.so Unità d’Italia exit, continue for Corso Achille Mario Dogliotti, then C.so Massimo D’Azeglio, take C.so Sommelier, C.so Galileo Ferraris follow the indications.