Do I need a ticket for Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2022?

No! Entrance to Terra Madre Salone del Gusto is free in 2022! Besides the special events like Taste Workshops and Dinner Dates, tickets for which are on sale online, there’s no need to book anything in advance.

Where is Terra Madre Salone del Gusto being held in 2022?

Parco Dora. This is a large, ex-industrial area converted to green space in the northwest of the city, where we’ll be hosting the market, exhibition spaces dedicated to Biodiversity, Education and Advocacy, the enoteca (including Taste Workshops on wine), street kitchens and food trucks, and the stands of our partners.

There will be other Taste Workshops held at Eataly Lingotto, Nuvola Lavazza and Edit, while the Dinner Dates will be held at Eataly Lingotto.

Nearby to Parco Dora, the conferences are held in the Environment Park.

Do I need to take a Covid-19 test to enter Italy from abroad?

No. From June 1, 2022, there are no more entry requirements relating to Covid-19 for Italy, nor are there any activities restricted to holders of the Green Pass (vaccination certificate). There will, however, be a Medical Station at the event which offers rapid and molecular Covid-19 tests (for a fee).

How can I be a volunteer at Terra Madre?

If you speak Italian, you can volunteer by filling in this form.


How can I find a place to stay in Turin?

Booking Piemonte is the official hospitality service of Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, and can give you all the info you need on how to get here and where to stay.

Will there be shuttle buses between event venues and the city center?

We are working with the City of Turin to offer shuttle services between Parco Dora and other locations in the city. More details will be provided when they are available.

How else can I get to Parco Dora from the city center?

If you’re arriving by train or coach, you will arrive at Porta Susa. From here you can take bus number 60 or 72 — in both cases the name of the closest bus stop is Treviso. From Porta Nuova railway station you can take the number 52 bus, or the number 9 tram. For more info on public transport within Turin check Gruppo Torinese Trasporti – Turin’s local transport authority. For a taxi to Parco Dora, call +39 011 57 37 or +39 011 57 30.

Will there be special parking spaces for people with disabilities?

Access to Terra Madre is open for all areas. Where necessary there will be ramps and we’ll ensure these are left open. There are also dedicated bathrooms, and dedicated parking spaces (more details coming soon). On the event map the best access points for people with disabilities will be indicated.


What benefits are there for Slow Food members?

On this page you can find all the advantages for Slow Food members, from discounts on paid events and in the Enoteca, as well as discounts on books from Slow Food Editore and in many other places around the city of Turin.

Which events will be translated into English?

The Taste Workshops, the Dinner Dates and the Conferences will be translated into English, as will the meetings in the spaces dedicated to Education and Advocacy. A list of all events available in English can be generated using the filters in the event calendar.

Where can you buy tickets for events which still have places available?

The ticketed events in the Terra Madre program are on sale online until September 21, though many are already sold out. From September 22 to 26 you can buy any remaining tickets for these events at the Event Reception, situated near the Terra Madre Kitchen. The conferences at the Environment Park, which are free but require a ticket, will also be available here; all other events are free while seats lasts. We advise you to arrive early to ensure a place!

Can visitors bring animals?

Dogs are allowed, as long as they kept on a leash, though we would advise people not to bring easily-scared dogs that may be upset by the presence of a large number of people.

Will there be a Baby Pit Stop or Baby Parking?

Yes. As in all Slow Food events, we pay special care to welcome visiting families; as well as services for families curated by our friends from Giovani Genitori – where there’ll be an area for baby-changing and breastfeeding – there’s a soft play area for small children and reading sessions, too.

Will there be stands or activities dedicated to gluten-free products?

The AIC (Associazione Italiana Celiachia Piemonte Onlus) will be present with a street kitchen and a stand where chefs, students and exhibitors provide gluten-free food. The Gluten Free area is located at the entrance to the street kitchen area. Gluten-free bread and breadsticks are also available, on request, at the Taste Workshops.

Will the event still be held if it rains?


If you have any other questions please write to info.eventi@slowfood.it

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