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What a stadium!!
We took the tickets for the museum and the stadium. The museum is very nice but I found it a bit small and can be done in 10’. The stadium tour is 1 hour, and will take your breath away if you...More
We brought a couple of British friends (with early teenage boys) when they came to visit us in the countryside. The stadium was built on the model of British ones (e.g. Chelsea) and the guided tour is already very interesting. But it's the museum which...More
Visited the Juventus museum and did the stadium tour. The museum is decent, with some good exhibits all in Italian and English. However the tour was poor. A very large group and rushed round the entire stadium in 45 minutes. Also it was only in...More
Important advice for those who do not know how to get to the stadium from the city centre:
The shuttle bus 9B ONLY starts to work from two hours before the match - which you catch from metro stop Bernini
Other hours -
I am a Die Hard Juventus Fan since 1990. Any review i write would not be enough. Forza Juve, as i screamed at ground field level and ECHOED thru the whole stadium. Loved the tour and loved the whole experience.
I went to support my black and white team in champions league match. It’s great stadium, and great atmosphere in curva sud. The rest were mostly calm. The match ended with the win on our team side. Some areas need some improvement regarding the toilet...More
My main purpose visiting Turin is to go to the Juventus Stadium. I was wondering whether 1 Day is enough to explore Turin, or is it worth a stay for another day? Thanks
May 09, 2013|
Response fromMy N|
thanks for the reply. Just wondering if I need to book the tour for Juventus Stadium beforehand, or I can just buy the tickets at the stadium?
Getting to and from Juventus Stadium on a match day (2 Replies)
I've read about bus 9 that operates on match days to Juventus Stadium. Couldn't find the operating hours and frequency. When is the first bus? Also, how about getting back to the city center after the match? Thank You
May 12, 2018|
Response fromBruno T|
The line is 9/ and it's a tram, not a bus. Runs to the stadium start 2 hours before the match. After the match runs starts about every 5 minutes to Porta Nuova station. About 30 minutes from the city centre to the stadium.
Juventus stadium (3 Replies)
I am planning to visit the Juventus stadium, I shall be arriving from Milan by train at Torino Porta Nuova. I would like to ask what is the best way to get from Porta Nuova to the Stadium by public transport. I am planning to visit the stadium on a Saturday and obviously, it is not going to be a match day.
May 20, 2018|
Response fromBruno T|
Take the underground from Porta Nuova to XVIII Dicembre station and then take the bus 72. Juventus Stadium stop. If you arrive from Milan you can directly get off at Porta Susa station (instead of Porta Nuova) where you can take the bus 72.