The workshop will be held at the Torino Incontra conference center in Turin, a major city in northern Italy.
Turin is easily accessible:

  • by plane:

    Caselle International airport is situated 15 Km from Turin, connected to the city by regular train and bus services. It hosts most major airlines with several destinations in Europe (e.g. Paris, London, Amsterdam,Madrid, Berlin, Bruxelles, Instambul) and in Italy.
    Malpensa International airport, the Milan airport, is 140 Km from Turin, and it is connected to Turin by regular bus , with frequency approximately every two hours.

  • by train:

    The two main railway stations, Torino Porta Nuova and Torino Porta Susa are connected by high speed lines to France (Paris ~5h30m, Lyon ~3h30m, Grenoble~4h) , Milan (~1h) and Rome (~4h20m), and to other Italian major cities by traditional lines. For more informations, timetable and ticket reservation you can visit the TGV Artesia website or the italian railways website.

  • by bus:

    Different companies, provide international bus connections with departs from several cities in Europe or from other regions of Italy, and stops in Turin, more details here: Autobus per Torino, Eurolines, Atlassib

The conference center is situated in the city center, at about 1 Km from the Torino Porta Nuova railway and metro station (see map) and easy to reach by public transport. More details on how to reach the Torino Incontra can be found at their website.