IEEE INFOCOM 2013 Conference, Turin, Italy

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Sandro Pertini – Caselle International Airport

Intercontinental connections to/from Turin are easily guaranteed especially through Frankfurt, Munich, Paris and Rome.

Turin's “Sandro Pertini” Airport is 16 kilometers northwest of the town center. 
For further information, timetables and how to get to the airport, visit the official website of International Airport "Sandro Pertini", updated 24 hours a day.

From the airport, the city center can be reached by train, bus or taxi (see for details).

  • Trains leave from a station right outside the Arrivals terminal every 30 mins and connect to the Dora railway station in Turin (journey time is 19 mins., train fare €3.70). From there, the DoraFly bus connects Dora station to Porta Susa railway station, the Torino subway and the city center (journey time is 15 mins, no additional fare required for train passengers). Train tickets can be purchased in the Arrivals hall.

  • Buses leave outside the Arrivals hall every 15-30 mins depending on peak/off-peak hours (see timetable at for details) and connect to Porta Susa and Porta Nuova railway stations in the city center (journey time is 45 mins, bus fare €6.50). Bus tickets can be purchased in the Arrivals hall.

  • Taxis can be boarded outside the Arrival terminals. Trip time to the city center is 30 mins and the fare is approx. €35.

Intercontinental Airport “Malpensa 2000”

Located at about 140 km from Turin, it offers daily European and intercontinental flights. It has two terminals, Terminal1 and Terminal 2. Both terminals are serviced by a bus line (departures every two hours) connecting the Malpensa Airport with Turin, and stopping at the Porta Susa railway station. The trip takes about two hours. Places must be reserved in advance. Tickets may be purchased on line here.


Turin has two main railway stations, Porta Susa and Porta Nuova, with most trains stopping at both. The city is very well linked both to the Italian railway system and to that of neighboring countries.

High-speed trains connect to national/international destinations: Eurostar for Italy (1 hour to Milan, 3 hours to Florence, 4 hours to Rome) and TGV for France (2.5 hours to Lyon, 5 hours to Paris).

More information available at


The Lingotto Congress Center is on the Turin subway line (Line 1), right outside the “Lingotto” subway station. Travel time from Porta Nuova station is 8 minutes, from Porta Susa station is 13 minutes. Subway trains run every 2-3 minutes during peak hours, and every 4-6 minutes off-peak.

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Map of the Turin subway


If you need a VISA to enter Italy, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. IEEE Communication Society will not refund author registrations or publish no show papers in IEEE Xplore due to VISA issues.


IEEE INFOCOM 2013 can provide a letter to the following individuals: Authors of Technical or Mini-Conference Papers, Keynote, Workshop and Panel Speakers, Members of the IEEE and IEEE INFOCOM 2013 Attendees who have a fully paid registration.

Visa letters will state only the facts:

    • Conference title, dates and location

    • If you are an author, speaker committee member, or attendee

To receive a letter, please follow the instructions below:

Technical Paper Authors

All other Speakers and Attendees

Log into EDAS site, and find your paper.

Toward the bottom of the page, you will find in the properties column the words "visa letter", and beside it, an image of an envelope outlined in yellow.

Click on this envelope, and you will be able to confirm or change your address information reflected in the letter.

Then the system will generate the letter for your use.

If you have any problems, please click the help tab in the EDAS system.


1. You must register for the conference with full payment

2. Send an email to: with your request and a copy of the registration receipt