THE TURIN CAMPUS

VENUE

The various buildings are organized into five clusters, representing the world’s continents: Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe and Oceania

On this compact, functional campus, people come from all over the world to live and learn together in a stimulating international environment. Purpose-built rooms and state-of-the-art equipment help to maximize learning and knowledge-sharing.

CAMPUS MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Campus life

On our Campus Life platform you will find the list of life and leisure time activities, the Directory of Services, the daily menu served at our canteen and much more!

Sport

On campus there are two fully equipped training gyms plus a variety of the other sports amenities: do not forget to bring along your sports apparel!

Bicycles

As a part of our Green Campus initiative, a number of bicycles are available on campus, for free!

TOWARDS A GREEN CAMPUS

The Centre acknowledges its responsibility to protect the environment and affirm the principle of sustainability in the pursuit of its mandate and strategic objectives. This vision has been reflected for years in its Strategic Plan, which includes provisions to make the Centre better adapted to environmental concerns.

To integrate sustainable practices into its overall operations, the Centre adopted a Policy Statement on the Environment that provides a roadmap for the adoption of environmentally-friendly measures, ranging from reducing the environmental impact of its facilities and operations, to building a more sustainable approach to learning and curricula development.

ABOUT TURIN, ITALY

In Turin and its province you are sure to be entranced by…

The harmony of unspoilt mountain landscapes, aristocratic and futuristic architecture alongside breath taking nature, ancient flavours and international events. Strategically located between Central Europe and the Mediterranean, in the heart of one of Europe’s most developed areas, Turin and the Piemonte region play a key role in the Italian economy, combining industrial tradition with a strong drive for innovation, a propensity for research with quality of life, and its artistic heritage with some of the world’s finest food and wine.

Turin’s province offers an impressively varied and fascinating wealth of art and environmental treasures ranging from ancient hamlets to eco-museums, archaeological sites and religious architecture in the grand style.

Art and Architecture

Nature

International events

CITY OF LEARNING

Turin hosts a number of international organizations, local institutions, NGOs and associations involved in training,
with which the Centre works on a regular basis.

TRANSPORTATION

ARRIVAL AT TURIN AIRPORT

Meeting point: if you have booked the pick-up service, go through the sliding (automatic) doors and look for the ITCILO banner. If, in spite of having made the booking, you do not find anyone waiting for you at the airport, please call the ITCILO Reception (011 6936279 or 011 6936280) and follow the instructions they give you.

Should you take a taxi from the airport to the ITCILO, the minimum fare is approximately €50 each way according to traffic conditions; extra charges may apply for night tariff and pieces of luggage (non-negotiable). Please ask the taxi driver to take the most direct route to the Centre (Residenza del BIT [pronounced beet], viale Maestri del Lavoro 10, Torino).

ARRIVAL AT TURIN RAILWAY STATIONS
(“Porta Nuova”, “Porta Susa” or “Lingotto”)

“Porta Nuova” and Lingotto” are the closest to our Centre.
If you arrive in Turin by train, we advise you to take a taxi to the ITCILO.
Ask the taxi driver to take you to the Residenza del BIT [pronounced beet], viale Maestri del Lavoro, 10, Torino.
The cost of a taxi ride from the railway stations to the ITCILO ranges from €13 to €20 each way.

ARRIVAL AT MILAN AIRPORTS (“Malpensa” and “Linate”)

Arrivals at “Malpensa” airport

SOLUTION A

Take the bus “SADEM” to Turin (bus lines).  Please note that seat reservation is compulsory and must be done in advance either through the website if you hold a credit card or in the “Malpensa Bus Express” ticket shop upon arrival at Malpensa Airport.

This bus will take you to Turin city centre (“Porta Susa” railway station). From there, take a taxi to the ITCILO; ask the taxi driver to take you to the Residenza del BIT [pronounced beet], viale Maestri del Lavoro 10, Torino. The average cost of the full trip from Milan airport is over € 40 each way.

SOLUTION B

Take either the “MALPENSA SHUTTLE PULLMAN” bus service or the “MALPENSA EXPRESS” train (http://www.malpensaexpress.it/en) from Malpensa Airport to “Milano Centrale” Railway Station (or Milan “Stazione centrale”).

From there take a train to Turin “Porta Nuova” railway station, and finally a taxi to the ITCILO; ask the taxi driver to take you to the Residenza del BIT [pronounced beet], viale Maestri del Lavoro 10, Torino. The average cost of the full trip from Milan airport is over €40 each way.

Arrivals at “Linate” airport

Take the “AIR BUS LINATE-CENTRALE” bus from the airport to “Milano Centrale” Railway Station (or Milan “Stazione centrale”).

From there, take a train to Turin “Porta Nuova” railway station, and finally a taxi to the ITCILO; ask the taxi driver to take you to the Residenza del BIT [pronounced beet], viale Maestri del Lavoro 10, Torino. The average cost of the full trip from Milan airport is over €40 each way.

IMPORTANT NOTES

We strongly advise you not to take a taxi from the Milan airports to Turin: the fare is extremely high.

Only previously registered visitors/guests may access the campus.