Stadio Olimpico di Torino – Stadio Grande Torino
Stadio Olimpico di Torino Information
Important Note: It’s to be the permanent home of Torino, while Juventus is only temporarily using the stadium until the stadium they own (Stadio delle Alpi) is being renovated – though both teams used to call this stadium home many years ago. When Juve moves into Stadio delle Alpi, the Stadio Olimpico will be officially renamed Stadio Grande Torino.
Directions: Stadio Olimpico di Torino is about 5km southwest of the city center. It’s very close to the Lignotto train station – you can catch a train from either of the city’s two main stations (Porta Nuova or Porta Susa), or you can get on a bus or tram to the stadium. Trams 10 or 4 have stations near the stadium, as do buses 17, 63, 1100, 1101, 1102, 1312.
Driving Directions to Stadio Olimpico di Torino: From Piazza Castello in central Turin, head southwest on Via Pietro Micca. This angled street will come to an intersection with Via Cernaia, where you’ll turn right. Turn left on Corso Vinzaglio, which will turn into Corso Duca degli Abruzzi. You’ll cross an open space, after which this road will become Corso 4 Novembre. Eventually, you will see the stadium in front of you – parking lots are around the stadium, and there is also some neighborhood parking available.
Hotels Near Stadio Olimpico di Torino
While there have always been plenty of hotels in the historic city center of Turin, because many ceremonies and events for the 2006 Olympics were held in the Stadio Olimpico there are actually several hotels quite close to the stadium.
- Hotel Galimberti – Via Taggia 67, Turin – Between the Lingotto station and the stadium, very close to the stadium, breakfast & internet access included. Rooms from €52.
- Hotel Cristallo – Corso Traiano 28/9, Turin – Down the street from the stadium, in a residential area, covered parking. Rooms from €60.
Hostels in Turin, near Stadio Olimpico di Torino
Usually YHA hostels are located far from the city center & therefore far from the things you want to see and do. With Turin’s YHA hostel, however, it found itself right next to the Olympic Village – so it’s ideal for a stay in Turin to see a game.
- YHA Ostello di Torino – Via Alby 1, Turin – Located on the opposite side of the Lingotto station from the stadium, short walk from the stadium, free parking, WiFi & internet available. Beds from €15.
- Lingotto B&B – Via Rocca de Baldi 23, Turin – On the opposite side of the Lingotto station from the stadium, short walk from the stadium, private apartments for short-term rent, garage parking. Rooms from €85.