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This is one of the main arteries of the historical center. The via Po, with shopping areas on both sides eventually widens to open up on this Piazza. At the start, there are multiple restaurants, cafes and bars. Towards the end of the Piazza, you...More
This is an enormous piazza at the entrance to the old town center. There isn't really much to do here, although there are a few cafes and restaurants, but you need to walk through it to get into the center from the River Po. As...More
we did not have a lot of time in Torino, but wanted to get an impression of the place and chose this square. we know that there is still a lot to see in this beautiful place, but this square was central, was by the...More
It claims to be one of the largest squares in Europe I think. It's got a main road running through it so not sure that counts. It hasn't got much charm in my opinion and I didn't feel the need to stop anywhere whenever I...More
We had a meal outside on the Piazza and it was lovely. We had two Pizza,s one Salsiccia Grande Quattro Grande plus a salad and drinks. It came to €26. The food was fresh, good ingredients and very large portions. Worth the money.
This huge square is surrounded by marvellous buildings and architecture in particular the arched buildings leading up to Via Po. You get beautiful photo opportunities on a clear day of the hillside in the background and the square is not spoilt by lots of shops...More
Piazza Vittorio Veneto is the largest piazza in Turin. Even though it is big, it’s still walkable. No new buildings around giving it a very historic and beautiful setup. The nearby Po river adds an extra positive taste to it.