UEFA Nations League Transport in Milan and Turin: How to Get to and From the Stadium | UEFA Nations League

The UEFA Nations League finals in Italy will take place at the San Siro in Milan and the Juventus Stadium in Turin.

Let us show you how to get to and from the venue.

Turin

Juventus Stadium in TurinNurPhoto via Getty Images

Turin is the coffee and chocolate capital of Italy. It has great food and amazing sights. The tallest building in Italy, Mole Antonelliana, houses the Film Museum. while the city’s Egyptian Museum is the best building in the world.

Traveling to Turin
Turin is the main city in the Piedmont region and is easily accessible from abroad. Perhaps the best option is to take the high-speed train linking the city to Milan and the rest of Italy and the TGV route to Paris.

by plane
Turin International Airport is 16km north of the city, with a 30-minute bus or train ride to the city centre. While taxis into the city can be called from in front of the arrivals hall.

Milan’s Malpensa and Linate airports are about 100km from Turin, with a two-hour bus service taking passengers directly into the city. There is also a train service. But passengers for Turin will have to change in Milan.

by train
Frequent, comfortable, high-speed train services to and from Turin are operated by two companies: see www.turin.com for details. www.trenitalia.it, www.italotreno.it Daily TGV services make the six-hour journey from Paris to Turin (go to www.sncf.fr to learn more), while regional services are affordable. It connects the city to other locations in the region.

by car
Torino is easily accessible by road from nearby France and Switzerland. It is less than a five-hour drive from Nice, Lyon and Geneva, although it’s worth remembering to pay the toll through the Alpine tunnels of Montblanc and Frejos.

Traffic on the Torino Ring Road can be very dense. especially during rush hour in the morning and afternoon. and limited access to the city center

There will be no parking for spectators at the stadium on match days. Visitors are encouraged to park at P+R Venchi Unica where they can take a 15-minute shuttle bus to the stadium. Or get to the city center by subway line 1. The €5 daily ticket for the P+R Venchi Unica includes access to the city’s public transport network and stadium shuttle for the day.

Getting to the stadium
Juventus Stadium is 45 minutes northwest of the city center by public transport. Stadium gates open three hours prior to the kickoff, and fans are encouraged to be at the stadium at least two hours prior to the match to enjoy the atmosphere and allow time for safety and security procedures.

Improved public transport will be available at the stadium for the finals. A shuttle bus line 9b takes fans directly to the stadium from Rivoli Station on Metro Line 1. Those bus services arrive south of the stadium at Corso Grosseto (see map).

These shuttle services will be extended to meet the demands of spectators after the race. and to ensure that everyone can return to the city center and their accommodation. It’s faster and cheaper to buy a round-trip or day pass. Check www.gtt.to.it. Or download the TO Move app for details.

Nations League Final, host city

Nations League Final, host city

taxi
Well-marked UEFA Nations League taxis are available on the west and north sides of the stadium on match days. One way taxi from the city center (or the airport) to the stadium should cost 20-30 euros.

Note: Some taxis do not accept credit card payments. Taxis can be reserved in advance by phone. (+39.011.57.30 or +39.011.57.37) or download the Free Now, Wetaxi or itTaxi app.

Reservations cannot be made after the match, so fans will have to queue at the taxi line.

Walking, bicycles and scooters
The central part of Turin is best explored on foot. It has 5 km long sidewalks and arches that connect the public square (square). The 6 km walk from the city center to the stadium takes about an hour and a half. The city has a network of bike lanes and sidewalks. But the stadium is not yet on either of these routes. The journey by bicycle or scooter to the stadium using the road network takes approximately 30 minutes, but there will be restrictions on on-site parking for bicycles and scooters.

travel as a group
There are dedicated group car parks arranged near the stadiums at P14 Druento and P15 Ferrara. Those areas must be reserved in advance and must be confirmed by UEFA.

travel tips
Travel light. Backpacks and large bags are not permitted into the stadium. And no glass or plastic bottles are allowed. Read the terms and conditions printed on the back of your ticket carefully.

Milan

Stadio San Siro in Milan

Stadio San Siro in MilanGetty Images

There are plenty of reasons to visit the fashion capital: the nearby Duomo and Galleria are the city’s key symbols. while the Royal Palace and Sforzesco Castle are also impressive. Getting from the city to the stadium is easy by subway.

trip to milan
Milan is probably the most connected city in Italy. And there are three major airports (MXP, LIN and BGY), all about an hour’s drive from the city by public transport.

by plane
Milano Malpensa International Airport is 45 minutes from the city center via the XP1 Trenord by train or by bus for €10 (book at Terravision.eu). Nate is very close to the city center. and can be easily reached by taxi or public transport.

by train
High-speed train connections from Milan to Turin in 50 minutes and other major cities like Rome and Venice in three hours. Many overseas cities are also accessible by train: high-speed rail operators offer frequent and comfortable rides throughout the day. (See details at www.trenitalia.it or www.italotreno.it)

by car
Milan has good connections with France. Switzerland and other parts of Italy, but intra-city parking restrictions can be difficult for visitors. It is advisable to leave the vehicle at the P+R (Park and Ride) service area near the Ring Road. P+R connects to the subway system and operates from 5:30 AM to 1:00 AM.

For supporters with seats in the zone north of the Molino Dorino, Bisceglie and Sesto stadiums, the 1°Maggio P+Rs are ideal as they are directly connected to the M1 subway line at the venue.

Supporters in the southern part of the stadium will be better served by P+R by linking it to the M2 or M3 subway lines, both of which have good connections to the M5 subway line at the stadium.

Getting to the stadium
Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in San Siro is a 30-minute ride from the city center by public transport. Stadium doors open three hours prior to the kickoff, and fans are encouraged to come to the stadium at least two hours before the match to enjoy. with the atmosphere and leave time for safety and security procedures

If your ticket is north of the stadium, head to the M1 Lotto Fiera Milano; For those who have tickets in the south Head to the San Siro Stadio stop on the M5 line.

Transportation services will be extended to meet the needs of the audience after the race. and to ensure that everyone can return to the city center and their accommodation. It’s faster and cheaper to buy a round-trip or day pass. See details at www.atm.it/en

taxi
A special taxi location will be set up south of the stadium at Piazza Axum for UEFA Nations League games. A one-way taxi from central Milan to San Siro should cost 20-30 euros.

Note: Some taxis do not accept credit card payments. Taxis can be reserved in advance. including by phone (+39.02.40.40, +39.02.69.69) or by downloading the Free Now, Wetaxi or itTaxi apps.

Reservations cannot be made after the match, so fans will have to queue at the taxi line.

Walking, bicycles and scooters
Milan is ideal for exploring on foot and has a well-developed network of bike lanes. The Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in San Siro is 7km from the city center, or around 30 minutes by bike, but there will be Bicycle and scooter parking is limited on site.

travel as a group
There are dedicated group parking areas arranged near the stadiums at P12 Caprilli and P13 Palatino. Those areas must be reserved in advance and must be confirmed by UEFA.

travel tips
Travel light. Backpacks and large bags are not permitted into the stadium. And no glass or plastic bottles are allowed. Read the terms and conditions printed on the back of your ticket carefully.

Move between Milan and Turin

Intercity high-speed train services take less than an hour and are very frequent. Check train options at www.trenitalia.it and www.italotreno.it There is also a less fast regional train service between the cities. Operated by Trenitalia

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