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A Place to stay outside ITC-ILO Center

by DenSan09

Hello VT Folks,

I am planning to stay for about 4 months in Turin to attend a course at the ITC-ILO located at Viale Maestri del Lavoro, 10 10127 Turin, Italy, would anyone know a place/apartment/single room available near/around the area that will be available for rent for about 4 months?

Your info will be very valuable.

Thanks much,

Densan

Re: A Place to stay outside ITC-ILO Center

by vlicks

Dear Densan,

My name is Vinicius, and you are probably talking about the LLM in intellectual property, right? I will be in Torino for that same program and just have started to look for an apartment to rent! In case you want to share any impressions on this, please do not hesitate to write me at licks.vinicius@gmail.com
Cheers,
Vinicius

Re: A Place to stay outside ITC-ILO Center

by Yewandeawo

i beleive its for the ll.m in intellectual property program? im also looking for an aprtment for the residency part of the program, so pls do let me know when u find an apartment or any info that u have, i will do the same!. my email is olufadeju2hh@yahoo.com. Yewande

Travel Tips for Torino

torino card

by pink63

If you stay in Turin for some days, it's convenient to buy "TorinoCard".
It cost 15 € (48 h) or 17 € (72 h).
You have free entrance to over 100 museums, monuments, free urban transports, discounts for theatres, concerts and more.

chocolate

by ZORBA_01

Arount the end of 18th century the formula of the chocolate - a mixture of cocoa powder and milk - was invented in Turin.
Later the Swiss copied the formula.
Today you can taste the best chocolade in every way you like: hot chocolate cup (which I strongly suggest to fight the low temperature), tablets etc.

I suggest you try:
1 hot chocolate with wipped cream (cioccolata calda con panna) at the "Cremeria Cavour" (my favorite)
2 gianduiotti (they look like litte golden lingots)
3 any chocolate tablets from "Peyrano"
4 and of course NUTELLA (chocolate cream mixed with nuts)

Another tip: if you like coffee and chocolate try the "marocchino" (read marokkino) or mokaccino

Have a sweet olympic vacation.

Zorba_01

Gli Impressionisti e la neve : Nov 2004 - May 2005

by Polly74

Some one hundred and fifty works are on display in the striking setting of the House of the Fine Arts Promoter, now fully restored to its ancient splendour and unanimously considered one of the largest, most beautiful and most practical venues in Europe for temporary exhibitions. The Parco del Valentino, the Castle and the nearby Po River make a fundamental contribution to the attraction of these historical sites. But of course, the focal point is the exhibition: Impressionists and snow. France and Europe. It is the first, true great comparison to be made between impressionistic art and art in the rest of the Continent, no nation omitted. And all with the common denominator of snow in paint, a feature of extraordinary importance during the second half of the 19th century. The result is a splendid, far-reaching journey that will allow visitors to make several interesting discoveries. Alongside great names such as Van Gogh, Monet, Gauguin, Manet, Sisley, Pissarro, Munch, Segantini and many others, alongside masterpieces from museums and collections around the world.

The exibition takes place from 27 nov 2004 to 15 may 2005 at:
Palazzina della Promotrice delle Belle Arti
Viale Balsamo Crivelli, 11 - Torino

Full-Scale Italian Cheese!

by Jetgirly about Teatro

Teatro is not a theatre, but rather a disco in the heart of Torino. We recently visited on a Saturday night, after having many people recommend it. We were impressed by the reception and coat check area, in which well-dressed people (who actually smelled good... rare for Torinese discos) mingled in an artifully-decorated ground-floor lobby. Then, we descended the stairs (about two floors) to the disco area. As we were entering the club, the lights suddently turned to black and lone, colored spotlights flashed upon the stage. Next thing we knew... BAM! A man in a white spandex suit with Rod-Stewart-esque hair had taken to the stage, and he was shortly followed by two women in silver sequined go-go dancing outfits. Next came the two men with long, curly black hair (a bit like a Gothic 1990s Michael Bolton) who were PRETENDING to play the guitar.

For the next hour we were "wowed" by the groups horrendous medly of disco tunes, from the Village People to ABBA to... yes... The Grease Megamix! Amazingly, the people around us seemed to find this the height of entertainment, and not in a funny or satirical way. Men in Armani suits swayed to the sweet sounds of Gloria Gaynor. We talked to a few people in the crowd... half of them said this was normal for Teatro, the others said it was unusual to have a disco cover band. Regardless, they were all enjoying it.

When the show was over (it ran from about 1.00 am to 2.00 am) the club returned to normal, mainstream house music.

There was no cover charge (yay!) and drinks were quite reasonable at about EUR 5 for a basic cocktail. Coat check charged EUR 2 PER ITEM, so I had to pay double even though I stuffed my scarf side the sleeve of my coat. Dress to impress. Doubtful if they'd let a man in with running shoes, but girls were seen in some pretty ghetto (minus the fabulous) clothes.

Great brewpub

by bonio about Birrificio La Piazza

Always attracted to a brewpub on our travels and this is one of the best. Enjoyed several of the beers and the American IPA especially good. Food pretty tasty and good value too, friendly and helpful staff and other customers a good place to visit.

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