A historic building right in the city center houses this charming large attic with antique flavor and modern comforts, perfect for those who want to live the traditions and the pulsating life of the city.
Check In/Check OutBed lines and towelsHeatingAir conditioningInternet WiFiTelevisionWashing MachineElevatorPossibility of cot or camping cot for children.
On the fourth floor (elevator and one set of stairs) of a nineteenth century building, it is located in a perfect position, just a step from the Cathedral and the pedestrian area of via Garibaldi. The charming and bright attic, with windows overlooking the rooftops and the panorama of the city, is spacious and comfortable and was recently completely restored. The bedroom, with private bathroom, shower and washing machine. Has sloping ceilings and a delightful window with a view. The kitchen area, partially separated from the living room, includes a large, well-equipped kitchenette and a dining table. The living room is very spacious and bright, provided with a sofa bed and a bed armchair. The sloping ceiling is adorned with exposed beams and the windows offer delicious views of the roofs and of the dome of the Cathedral. The master bathroom is large and equipped with Jacuzzi. The house, suitable for a family or a small group of friends, is perfect for those who wish to live the city on foot, grasping all the most characteristic aspects.
The Quadrilatero Romano, well known to people in Turin simply as “il Quadrilatero, has raised up on the ruins of the ancient Roman Castrum (military camp) of the old city Augusta Taurinorum. The whole neighborhood has typical narrow streets with pebbles, full of small shops, restaurants and pubs. The main street of the area is Via Garibaldi (the second shopping and pedestrian street in importance after Via Roma) which leads in a few minutes walk to Piazza Castello, one of the masterpieces of piedmontese architecture. The neighborhood is also famous for the market of Porta Palazzo, considered the largest in Europe, where you can walk and wonder among the coloured stands; every Saturday you will find the “Balon”, the flea market with rare finds, bargains and second-hand items. Within few steps you will also reach the Cathedral, famous for the Christianity because the Holy Shroud is stored inside.
1,2 km from the metro station and the central station of Porta Nuova
1,6 km from the metro station and from Porta Susa
300 mt from Piazza Castello
1 km from Mole Antonelliana (Cinema Museum)
1,2 km from Piazza Vittorio Veneto
2,5 km from Politecnico
2,6 km from Palazzo di Giustizia
2,2 km from Grattacielo Intesa San Paolo
200 mt supermarket PAM via XX Settembre 64
100 mt Pharmacy Regia via XX Settembre 87
4,5 km EATALY via Nizza 230
4,7 km SHOPPING CENTER LINGOTTO Via Nizza 262
1,5 km Carrefour Market open (via San Donato 11)
Tram and Bus
To go to Mole Antonelliana, Cinema Museum, Piazza Vittorio: stop number 472 Castello (300 mt) take the bus number 55 direction FARINI, get off the bus at stop number 479 Vittorio Veneto