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Turin has been selected by NYTimes as the only italian destination in the 52 top places to visit in 2016! Check it out here (scroll down to position 31).

Take a look at this video on Turin and its province!


Single room

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 54
Torino, Italia

Single room Classic room Restaurant Meeting room

Starhotel Majestic is the largest business hotel located in the heart of Torino. From the Liberty skylight and crystal chandelier above the restaurant to the refined style of the recently refurbished rooms, the hotel is rich in turn-of-the-century glamour and contemporary comfort.

The hotel is located opposite Porta Nuova train station and close to some world-class shopping. The historic city center is a short walk away, putting you in an ideal position for visiting popular attractions such as the Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Cinema Museum and the Egyptian Museum.


Torino is packed with palaces and piazzas, great museums, fashionable boutiques, and glittering cafés and restaurants, enough to make this brand baroque jewel in the foothills of the Alps a top tourist destination. View a slideshow of a few landmarks.

Torino became the home of the powerful Savoy family in the 16th century. The House of Savoy spent lavishly on its showpiece, just when baroque was the height of fashion. Luxuriously ornamented buildings and churches abound.

Crowned by the majestic Alps, the town is remarkable for the harmony of its various architectural styles and the excellence of its museums! From Baroque to Art Nouveau and Modernism, Torino has an original "ensemble".

Torino has also an enviable food and wine tradition. A gastronomic environment, renowned for its delicacies, prestigious wines, the sweet glory of its chocolate and aperitifs, not only the famous Vermouth and Martini, but also the pleasant ritual that keeps fascinating its visitors. More....

A trip to Torino is synonymous with entertainment, music, shopping, emotions, mystery and curiosity which, together with a superb range of accommodations and restaurants and the current renaissance of art and urban architecture, make Torino one of the most exciting and modern European towns.


By train

The conference hotel is located across the street (about 100 meters away) from the Porta Nuova train station. See the map. The Porta Nuova train station is connected by high-speed trains to Milan (1 hour), Florence (3 hours) and Rome (4 hours).

By plane

  • Turin Airport (TRN): This is the city airport of Torino, well connected to all major European airport hubs. From the Turin Caselle “Sandro Pertini” Airport (27 km, about 40 minutes), take a SADEM bus from the terminal towards the city center, to the Stazione Porta Nuova stop. Tickets (6.50 €) can be purchased from the automated selling machines or at the newstand shop, both located at the arrivals terminal. Click here for more information.
    Alternatively, you can take a regular taxi. The trip will take 20-30 minutes and will cost 30-40 €.
  • Milan "Malpensa" Airport (MPX): this is the closest intercontinental airport to the venue. From the Milan "Malpensa" Airport, take a SADEM bus to Torino (about 2 hours, 22 €). Take off the bus at Torino, Stazione Porta Susa. Then, take the metro to the Stazione Porta Nuova stop. Click here for more information.
    Alternatively, you can take an express train from the Malpensa Airport to either Stazione Milano Porta Garibaldi or Stazione Milano Centrale, and connect to a high-speed train to Torino. High-speed train services are operated by Trenitalia (to Torino Porta Nuova from both Milano Porta Garibaldi and Milano Centrale) or by Italo (to Torino Porta Susa from Milano Porta Garibaldi only). From Torino Porta Susa, you will have to take the metro to the Stazione Porta Nuova stop. Total travel time will be slightly more than 2 hours. Please check the Trenitalia and Italo links for train schedules.
  • Milan "Linate" Airport (LIN): this airport has frequent continental connections operated by the major European airlines. From Milan Linate Airport, you can take a shuttle to Stazione Milano Centrale and connect to a high-speed train to Torino Porta Nuova. Total journey time will be about 1.5 hours. You can check here for train schedules.

By car

  • Arriving from the A4 Torino/Venezia highway and the A5 Aosta/Torino highway (7 km): exit at Corso Giulio Cesare, then head towards centro città/Stazione Porta Nuova.
  • Arriving from the A6 Savona/Torino highway and the A21 Piacenza/Torino highway (5 km), take the Corso Unità d’Italia exit, then head towards centro città/Stazione Porta Nuova.
  • From the A32 Bardonecchia/Torino highway (6 km), exit at Corso Francia, then head towards centro città/Stazione Porta Nuova.


The Organizing Secretariat SELENE Srl has reserved some rooms in the Conference Venue STARHOTEL MAJESTIC (4 stars) and in other downtown hotels of different price categories.

Torino will host a lot of very important and popular events in May 2016. Due to this very busy schedule, the city will receive millions of tourists from all over the world, and accommodation facilities will be working at full capacity. We warmly suggest to book your rooms far in advance, in order to avoid any accomodation difficulties.