Piazza Vittorio Veneto
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Be there at "aperitivo" time, 18:30/20:30, and enjoy the sunset over the river Po and background green hills
The square is the biggest arcade in Europe. At the bottom of the city's hills, surrounded by the Gran Madre church and the river Po is one of the most beautiful place in Turin.
here is a public parking nearby -about 10 minutes on foot and it costs 16 euros for 24 hours.
One of the largest sqaures in Europe. A lively location, especialy in summer, lined with cafes and the Murazzi along the River Po.
Una piazza mozza fiato... arrivando da Via Po si entra nella piazza e davanti a voi, oltre il fiume Po, la splendida Chiesa della Gran Madre
One of the largest square of the city, with a nice view on the hills, surrounded by arcades (portici in italian), built in the XVII century. A lot of bar and restaurants with dehors on the square.
it is one of the biggest square of Europe, it has a great view on the hill, the church of Gran Madre, the Villa della Regina, the Monte dei Cappuccini and the Basilica di Superga
The biggest piazzas in all Italy, is surrounded of nice bar, pubs and restaurants and is one the "heart" of the city during the night. Stunning view of the river and the hills.
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“Looking at Egyptian mummies and art may seem like one of the more unusual things to do in Turin, but, you won't find a better collection anywhere outside of Cairo, and it is Turin's most visited attraction. The Palazzo dell'Accademia delle Scienze houses the Egyptian Museum, whose collections began in 1824 when King Carlo Felice acquired 5,268 artifacts excavated in Egypt. These were supplemented by later expeditions, and today, the collections contain statues of various gods and of pharaohs of the New Kingdom, including Rameses II and King Thutmose III, along with papyruses, painted linens, a group of Shawabti figures and a Shawabti box, canopic vessels, mummies and sarcophagi, and two tomb chambers from Thebes. ”
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“Turin's central square is lined with museums, theatres and cafes. The city's Savoy heart, although laid out from the mid-1300s, was mostly constructed from the 16th to 18th centuries. From the square you can admire some of the most important town buildings: the austere Royal Palace, the beautiful Madama Palace, the Teatro Regio, the Palace of the Regional Council, the Government’s Palace, the Secretariats, the Royal Armory and the Royal Library, containing the famous self-portrait of Leonardo da Vinci. Piazza Castello is also the meeting point of the four major streets of Turin: Via Roma, Via Pietro Micca, Via Po and Via Garibaldi, one of the longest pedestrian streets in Europe.”
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