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Quadrilatero Romano

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Quadrilatero Romano

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Street Food Tour D'Luxe. Tastes of Turin
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Italy is a patchwork of local cuisines, each with a proud heritage and unique dishes. On this walking tour, take a deep dive into that of food-centric Turin, from its market to its neighborhood eateries. Sample a plethora of local delicacies from street foods to restaurant fare, learning about their role in the city’s gastronomic culture from your guide. Taste wines and get your caffeine fix with Turin’s prized coffee.
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to have a walk on a Sunday for example after lunch. It is a quite area and you can see very beautiful buildings there.
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Nice remains serving as a rest place for beggars. Walk around without going in. It is not worth wile.
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Great area if you're into history. Nice remainings from late Roman period, although not much left, but it's still enough for a quick view.
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There is a fenced off area containing ancient Roman walls, which was unfortunately occupied by several vagrants so we got out fast. We viewed the awesome statues of 2 ceasars and walked around the market and streets. I can't say I was amazed but worth seeing while in Turin. We
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Quadrilatero (four sides) describes the area located between the Porta Palatina, almost intact, the Decumana (or Praetoria) absorbed by Palazzo Madama and two other doors now gone. Vastly gentrified, the area is a charming conglomerate of illustrious palaces, Baroque and
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