Via Garibaldi
Via Garibaldi
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349 reviews
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PercyGriff
Syracuse, NY145 contributions
Nov 2023 • Friends
This is a nice street, but not anything critical if you are traveling and looking to see major highlights. I walked this street many days during my week in Torino and loved the cafes and shops along the way. This was a very authentic Italian pedestrian street.
Written December 2, 2023
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Benny H
Lede, Belgium66 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
Very busy street, the 3rd of the center and worth visiting. It is never so empty as the picture shown.
Written June 5, 2019
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BrakiWorldTraveler
Belgrade, Serbia17,760 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
Via Garibaldi is a long pedestrian street full of many stores, shops, small cafes and eateries. It's a classic central street typical to any European town.
We used it every day from our hotel near Porta Susa train station to the central Castello sq.
Written May 24, 2019
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Giorgio G
Washington DC, DC1,378 contributions
Oct 2017 • Couples
Via Garibaldi is the continuation of via Po, on the opposite side of piazza Castello, to the North to piazza Statuto and then corso Francia, towards Rivoli and the Susa Valley. now completely redone and, to call it in American terms, gentrified, it hosts a number of smaller and less trendy places than via Roma, but still fashionable. Now completely closed to traffic, except local, it is the starting point for visiting other streets now the sites of niche shops, artists' studios and small trendy restaurants. Ideal for a lazy afternoon.
Written October 24, 2017
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Naz P
London, UK138 contributions
Apr 2019 • Couples
This was the main reason we came to Turin for apparently this amazing pedestrianised shopping street. The shops were mediocre, and some were barred up, it looked run down and no typical Italian shops which is what we were looking for. Via Roma is better but still falls short of many other Italian towns and cities.
Written May 5, 2019
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AlbertSalichs
Manresa, Spain11,475 contributions
Sep 2018 • Family
Via Garibaldi is one of the most important streets in the center of Torino, a city located in the North of Italy. This street links Piazza Castello and Piazza Statuto and here you can buy something you want. A beautiful place to walk, eat, drink or buy something. In the center of the city.
Written January 25, 2019
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Dino G
Turin, Italy22 contributions
Aug 2017 • Solo
A classic pedestrian way in the heart of Torino. Juventus store to caffes to great food. Check out the pizza place on Via Tommaso, best in the city. A Tiger store offers great deals.
Written June 20, 2018
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Barry F
18 contributions
May 2018 • Solo
If you want to walk in a herd of sightseers this is the place for you. Packed when it is hot and miserably empty when it rains. Not one shop is worth mentioning. The side streets are OK and some even have goods at a fair price. But not many. A tourist trap from top to bottom. I live in Turin. Take my word for it.
Written May 2, 2018
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N A
Bologna, Italy396 contributions
Jun 2017 • Friends
have a walk even if you do not want to buy anything from the shops that they are there. The buildings are beautiful and the small vertical streets also.
Written June 11, 2017
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impavidus
London, UK361 contributions
Mar 2017 • Solo
Via Garibaldi was always the poor relation of Via Roma, where the international brands used to congregate, but it had its charm especially when independent traders were predominant and before the recession swept them aside. Now, aside from the architectural and historical angle, Via Garibaldi tends to be more on the shabby side of chic. Street traders, discount stores and many closed down shops give it an air of genteel decay. Nevertheless this is one of the most historical arteries of the city of Turin, linking Piazza Statuto with Piazza Castello (the two main squares) so worth a stroll if you're visiting the city.
Written March 16, 2017
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Via Garibaldi - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)