Contact person: Turismo Torino e Provincia Convention Bureau - Marcella Gaspardone
Torino offers top-level congress structures and services, excellent hotel accommodation and a great historical, artistic and cultural heritage.
List of main venues
CENTRO CONGRESSI LINGOTTO
Lingotto was the first Fiat car factory, built between 1917 and 1920. At the end of the 1980s the building was modified and became an advanced multifunctional centre, designed by Renzo Piano. Total Number of Rooms: 12 - Total Capacity of the Rooms: 3550 - Largest meeting room: up to 2099
CENTRO CONGRESSI TORINO INCONTRA
Torino Incontra is the Conference Centre of the Chamber of Commerce. It is a modern and elegant facility located in the heart of Torino
Number of meeting rooms: 8 - Total Capacity of the Rooms: 500 - Largest meeting room: up to 308
Lingotto Fiere is part of the French group GL Events, a leading international name in the management of expo hubs. It extends across an indoor surface area of about 65,000 sqm, split across 3 interlinked, single-storey pavilions and the adjacent Oval. A plenary hall can be set up with a total capacity of 7000.
Oval Lingotto was the centre of attention during the 2006 Olympic Winter Games as the venue where the Italian athletes won the gold medals in speed skating. Today the building is being used for fairs and exhibitions, while maintaining the option of use as an ice rink venue.
Pala Alpitour, built in 2005 to host ice hockey races during Torino 2006 Olympic Winter Games, is the largest indoor arena in Italy, with a capacity from 1,400 to 15,477 pax. The structure is the perfect location for both exhibition and corporate events.