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Due to Covid health emergency, the MOLE ANTONELLIANA PANORAMIC LIFT and VENARIA SHUTTLE SERVICE will be suspended until further notice.
From January 23rd 2021, the SASSI-SUPERGA RACK RAILWAY will be in service on Saturdays and Sundays only (departures from “Sassi: one per hour, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm).
“CENE IN MOVIMENTO” ON TRAM RESTAURANTS will be suspended until January 31st, 2021.
Aperitifs and lunches scheduled for February will take place, pending a further Prime Ministerial Decree. Those with a cancelled event are entitled to a refund and will receive an e-mail providing all the instructions to get a refund or reschedule the reservation. It is possible to make a reservation for the succeeding events; these latter will eventually be cancelled according to upcoming updates on regional regulations, prior e-mail communication providing all the details of the case.


Mole Antonelliana Panoramic Lift



The Mole Antonelliana is Turin's best-known symbol and houses the National Museum of the Cinema.

In one single leap, the Panoramic Lift, fitted out with transparent cabin, reaches the so-called “Tempietto”, the little temple, 85m above the city. From here, the uninterrupted view over the rooftops is breathtaking.


  • Full
    Panoramic Lift: € 8,00

  • Reduced
    Visitors from 6 to 26 years old, Torino + Piemonte Card holders: 
    Panoramic Lift: € 6,00

  • Free
    Children under 6

Panoramic Lift Opening Hours

  • Mondays, Wednesday,Tuesdays, Fridays: 9.00 – 20.00 (tickets sold until 19.00)
  • Saturdays: 9.00 – 23.00 (tickets sold until 22.00)
  • Sundays and bank holidays: 9.00 – 20.00 (tickets sold until 19.00)
  • Tuesdays: closed


Dinners & Aperitifs on board

Ristocolor  tram and Gustotram are no longer mere means of transport but charming and unusual mobile lounge-restaurants from which diners can admire and appreciate the hidden historic angles, while tasting renominated delicacies and wines from different regions of Italy.

The Sassi - Superga Rack Tramway

From January 23rd 2021, the SASSI-SUPERGA RACK RAILWAY will be in service on Saturdays and Sundays only (departures from “Sassi: one per hour, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm).

The old Sassi - Superga rack tramway

The historical Sassi – Superga rack tramway is the only one of its kind in Italy. It is the present-day continuation of a centennial  tradition that started back in 1884 with the Agudio cable railway. At the outset, the train was powered by an engine operating a steel cable, which ran parallel to the tracks. In 1934 the line was converted in a rack tramway with traction provided by a central rack rail. The tram has recently been refurbished and visitors can enjoy trips reminding the olden days.
The track is 3.100m long from Sassi to Superga climbing from 225 to 650 above sea level with an average slope of 13,5%. 
From Superga, visitors will enjoy a breathtaking view of Torino and the Alps. The Basilica (designed by the Italian architect Filippo Juvarra) and the tombs of the Savoy royal family are located on the top of the hill.

There are  ticket office, the tramway museum and coffee bar, restaurant and a pizzeria at Sassi station at the foot  of the hill, while the Superga station at the top of the hill houses the  Local Hill Park Agency centre, which promotes various events of raising public environment awareness.

The rack tramway is drawn by a locomotive carriage with a maximum tow of two wagons and capacity of 210 passengers.

The service is accessible to disabled visitors upon phone reservation at GTT Tourist Offices.  Each  disabled visitor must be accompanied by 2 assistants.

Groups of at least 10 upon reservation.



 Mondays - Fridays  Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays
 single € 4,00 - return € 6,00  single € 6,00 - return € 9,00


Mondays – Fridays, return ticket € 4,00 for:


  • 1 child under 6 years of age (for each paying adult)
  • 1 passenger (for each group of 10)
  • 2 teachers (for class of 20 students)

Please note: no seat reservation.


Venaria Express: Reggia di Venaria and the Mandria Park Shuttle


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From September 12th the shuttle service that connects Turin (Fiochetto bus terminal) with the Reggia di Venaria and La Mandria Park has been renewed.
The Venaria Express bus service stops in Turin at piazza Vittorio Veneto and piazza Castello, in the heart of the city.
The terminus in Venaria is at Borgo Castello, inside La Mandria Park. After 6.00 p.m. (Park closing time), the service is limited at Viale Carlo Emanuele II outside the Park and before "Ponte Verde".
The Shuttle service is available from Tuesday to Sunday and on Holidays (on Monday the Reggia is closed: check the opening times)
The bus fleet used for the service are decorated with graphic wraps evoking the Reggia and La Mandria Park through suggestive images; furthermore it is possible to watch on board a video dedicated to the Reggia di Venaria, its gardens, and to exhibits and events located inside the Palace. 

venaria express bus.


venaria express fermata castelloEnroute to Reggia di Venaria the Shuttle service stops at:

  • via Fiochetto (terminal bus)
  • piazza Vittorio Veneto
  • piazza Castello
  • piazza XVIII Dicembre (Porta Susa)
  • via Lucento @ corso Potenza (GTT rail station "Madonna di Campagna")
  • strada Altessano @ via Druento (Juventus Stadium)

Enroute to Turin the Shuttle service stops at:

  • strada Altessano @ via Druento (Juventus Stadium)
  • via Stradella @ corso Grosseto (GTT rail station "Madonna di Campagna")
  • piazza XVIII Dicembre (Porta Susa)
  • piazza Castello
  • piazza Vittorio Veneto
  • via Fiochetto (terminal bus)


Download the Venaria Express timetable (pdf)


Tuesdays – Fridays: ordinary urban + suburban ticket (€ 1,70) sold through authorized sales agents.
Check the authorized sales agents

Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays:

Hop on / hop off ticket € 7,00 per person.

Return ticket € 4,00 for Torino + Piemonte Card holders

All tickets are sold on board or through authorized sales agents.

Authorized sales agents

  • Tobacconist corso Regio Parco 1 Torino 
  • Tobacconist corso Regina Margherita 122/B Torino
  • Tobacconist piazza Vittorio Veneto 13/A Torino
  • Tabaccheria piazza Vittorio Veneto 14 Torino
  • Newsstand piazza Vittorio Veneto 2 Torino
  • Newsstand piazza San Carlo 156 Torino
  • Tobacconist via Pietro Micca 10/F Torino
  • Tobacconist piazza Castello 161 Torino
  • Tobacconist piazza Castello 80 Torino
  • Bar piazza XVIII Dicembre 1 Torino
  • Newsstand Bolzano 47 Torino
  • Newsstand via Venaria 7 Torino
  • Tobacconist corso Garibaldi 40 Venaria
  • Tobacconist located inside Porta Nuova railway station Torino
  • Newsstand located inside Porta Nuova railway station in front of platform number 14 Torino
  • Newsstand interno stazione Porta Nuova railway station in front of platform number 7 Torino
  • Bar corso Vittorio Emanuele II 57 Torino
  • Newsstand corso Re Umberto 31 Torino
  • Tobacconist corso Tassoni 80/BIS Torino
  • Tobacconist corso Vittorio Emanuele 58/G Torino

Free for: Children under 6 years of age

Rivoli Express: free shuttle to Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art


castello rivoli express lato busRivoli Express is a free shuttle service reserved for museum  visitors.

The service, connecting directly Turin center (piazza Castello) and Porta Susa railway station (piazza XVIII Dicembre) to Castello di Rivoli, is available only on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays (Easter Monday, April 25th; May 1st, June 2nd, August 15th).

  • Departures from Piazza Castello at 10.00-12.00-14.30-17.00.
  • Departures from Castello di Rivoli to Porta Susa and Piazza Castello at 11.00-13.00-15.30-19.15

The  museum ticket is required to board the return shuttle from Castello di Rivoli.

Rivoli Express bus is accessibile for one visitor with wheelchair at a time.

Download the Rivoli Express timetable (pdf)

Line 7 - Historic Tram


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The historic tram “Line 7” project – under the supervision of ATTS (Association of Historical Trams in Turin) – was sponsored by the Municipality of Turin, and included as part of interventions to promote low environmetal impact  public transport.

With funding from the Ministry for the Environment and in collaboration with GTT (Local Public Transport Group), the city of Turin managed to renovate a number of historic wagons in 2007. All the trams are dated between ’30s and ‘50s and have been  technically, electrically and mechanically completely renovated to provide the same security and safety level of the most modern means of public transport.

An integrated, mobile museum

The historic tram “Line 7” which was projected as a “Mobile Museum” has been fitted into the urban transport network with concentric clockwise/anticlockwise routes embracing the city center. The itinerary starts from Piazza Castello, passing close to Porta Nuova Train Station and offers a new opportunity to move around the city centre both, to tourists and residents. 

This initiative (first of its kind in Italy) is based on similar experiences already implemented successfully abroad, such as “Market Street Railways” in San Francisco, and the historic lines in Porto, Rotterdam, New Orleans, Santos and Lisbon.


Being part of the local public transport, passes and tickets valid for local public transport are valid for “Line 7” Historic Tram.


Saturdays: 11 trips per day between 9.30 – 19.30, every 60 minutes.
Sundays and holidays: 16 trips per day between 9.30 – 19.30, every 60 minutes in the morning and every 30 minutes in the afternoon.

Further information on line 7 route, stops and timetable

Historic Tram Exhibitions

In collaboration with the Piedmont Railway Museum, GTT organizes historic, touristic and cultural trips using vintage locomotive carriages powered with electric, diesel and steam powered traction. Itineraries are available on Lanzo and Canavese rail-lines and others are organized in Piedmont in collaboration with the State Railway.


For information and booking of:

  • Mole Antonelliana Panoramic Lift
  • Sassi- Superga Rack Tramway
  • Ristocolor
  • Historic Trams
  • City Sightseeing 

contact GTT Tourist Services Office:



Lines and timetables for the urban routes or the suburban routes

Gruppo Torinese Trasporti S.p.A Turati 19/6, 10128 Torino - tel. 011.57.641 e-mail:
R.I. di Torino e Codice Fiscale 08555280018 - P. IVA 08559940013 - Pec:
Info sul sito: Sistemi Informativi e Telecomunicazioni GTT- Redazione Web, via Manin 17, 10153 Torino

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