4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Lagrange 47, Turin, Piedmont, 10123, Italy
Concord Hotel
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  • Couples82
  • Solo69
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Rivoli to Venaria Reale

by amcglynn

Is there a bus from Rivoli to Venaria Reale? We would take the shuttle buses that can be used as part of the Torino Card to get to and from Rivoli and Venaria Reale but just need to find a way to travel between the two. Another possibility is a taxi - does anyone know what that would cost?

Re: Rivoli to Venaria Reale

by leics

There's a rather useful routeplanner (in English) here :

It will give you detailed directions on how to travel too.

It seems there is no direct bus (at least, not at the time I searched for) but you can take a combination of public transports, with the journey taking around an hour and a half. suggests it's about 14km between the two places, which should assist with taxi calculations..maybe 20-30 euro (a complete guess, I'm afraid)?

Travel Tips for Torino

Essential for visiting Turin

by shibay1

Torino card is a must for a tourist. It entitles free entries to all the museums and mansions and use of public transport (except for the metro). For 72 hours, it cost 21 euro. Entries for the most famous museums and mansions cost 7.5 euro so it is a very good investment. Make sure you carry your ID card as the card is non-transferable and you must sign it. Walking around the medieval village. Food at the restaurant I recommended.

Torino Tip

by lichinga

Turin is a 'flat' city, tall buildings are rare and the Mole Antonelliana is the most famous one. It is the real symbol of the city. Originally, it was supposed to be the Jewish synagogue, but the Jewish community discovered they had no money enough to finish it and sold it to the Municipality. Architect Antonelli has been contracted to terminate the building, and he added an extra 30 meters high thin tower at the top (it was his own brand mark). During tenths of years it remained empty, now it hosts the Cinema Museum - see below!

Torino - City Parks

by ant1606

Torino is said to be the "greenest" city in Europe, I can't remember if this refers to the number of trees or green space per resident capita. Whether or not this statement is still statistically valid, Torino welcomes visitors with a great number of tree-lined avenues, shaded piazzas, small gardens and several city parks. Torino has four rivers and public recreational areas take advantage of this natural configuration.
Largest parks in town are:
- Parco Carrara (although commonly nicknamed "Pellerina")
- Parco della Confluenza (Po and Stura rivers)
- Parco della Rimembranza (uphill, wonderful city view from here)
Most renowned green spot is certainly the Parco del Valentino, which runs along the Po river and includes the beautiful Castello del Valentino and Borgo Medievale.
Bicycle rides along the right bank of the Po river can span from Parco delle Vallere in Moncalieri up to the Parco della Confluenza. Avoid Sundays for it's too crowded.
A trip to the Parco della Rimembranza is encouraged for it's cooler in summer. This park was established to commemorate the 5,000 Turinese soldiers who fell during WWI. Highest point at 716 m elevation features the Faro della Vittoria (Victory light-beam), a huge bronze statue symbolized by a winged lady holding the revolving blue-light beam visible from considerable distance. This awesome sculpture weighs 25 Ton at 18.5 m tall (60 ft) and 26.5 m (87 ft) including the base.

The "Quadrilatero" area

by ant1606

*** NOTE ***
For reference, also read the Quadrilatero tip in my "Restaurants" section. Reason for this tip also being here is that, for a large number of Turinese, nightlife equals eating and drinking till morning hours.

The so-called "Quadrilatero Romano" area is adjacent to nicknamed Porta Palazzo, which is the main historical street market in town in Piazza della Repubblica. The "Quadrilatero" develops south of here up to Via Garibaldi. A few years ago this pedestrian area was brought to a new life and today it's probably the trendiest in town. Cafes and restaurants are sometimes next to each other and range from local typical cuisine to ethnic specialties. Famous for their "Aperitivo" and dinner events, most businesses teem afterwards with patrons who enjoy company and music well beyond 2 AM even in cold months. There are more al-fresco tables in warmer times, but the Quadrilatero is a great place to be and choose a place "at sight". Wine bars, cocktail bars, local and ethnic stuff won't leave you unimpressed.

Quadrilatero list of eateries

Napolitan Cuisine in Torino!!!

by Jeannkelly about Gennaro Esposito

You want to taste the best pizza in town while in Torino??? Dont miss Gennaro Esposito. It is as good as dining in Naples... pizza fresh from the Napolitan oven and a lot, lot more...!!! All kinds of pizza they have...


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Address: Via Lagrange 47, Turin, Piedmont, 10123, Italy