Where we are and directions
Agape is located 1,600 metres above the sea level in one of the hamlets of Prali, a few kilometres away from Pinerolo, in the region around Turin, in Italy.
To reach Agape, you can download the guide here or follow the directions below.
SADEM line buses go to Agape; they leave from Turin or Pinerolo, and are bound to Perosa Argentina -Prali.
In Turin, you can find the Bus Terminal in front of Turin Porta Susa train station, at the junction between Corso Bolzano and via Grattoni. An intermediate stop is located in corso Vittorio Emanuele, at the junction with via Sacchi, the road flanking Porta Nuova Station.
Once you arrive to Ghigo di Prali, it will take you a 15-minute walk to reach Agape. As soon as you enter the village, from the main square, take the road going up next to the Waldensian temple, cross the bridge on your left and keep walking up for 200 metres.
If you travel by car, you can reach Agape from Turin via the A55 highway to Pinerolo. From Pinerolo, follow the directions to Sestriere, continue on strada statale 23 to the village of Perosa Argentina where you will find the crossroads for Val Germanasca and Prali. As soon as you enter Ghigo, from the main square, take the road going up next to Waldensian temple, cross the bridge on your left and continue straight until you find the signpost “Agape – Parcheggio” (Agape – Parking)
Several buses go from Turin Caselle Airport to Turin Porta Nuova train station. Buses arrive at the same stop where you can find buses bound to Perosa Argentina – Prali. There is also a direct bus going from Malpensa (MXP) airport to Corso Bolzano Bus Terminal in Turin. From other airports, you need to take a train to Turin. Then follow the directions “by bus”
To facilitate your travel from the airport to Prali, consider choosing a flight arriving to Turin in the morning and leaving in the afternoon, to avoid spending the night in Turin.