Golden Palace

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

via dell'Arcivescovado 18, Turin, Piedmont, 10121, Italy
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Teatro romano (Roman Theatre)

by Hayedorojo

Bon giorno.

Next week I am going to spend some hours in Torino. I would like to visit the roman theatre. I have seen in google earth street view that it is closed by a gate. In street view I see that these gate is open and you can see the theatre very near altough you can not enter. Does anybody knows if that gate use to be open and the open and close hours. Thank you very much.

alex

Re: Teatro romano (Roman Theatre)

by ant1606

I believe you refer to the ruins of the ancient Roman theater located in Via XX Settembre by the Museo di Antichita'. The gate you mention, facing the Duomo, is normally open during the museum operating hours. You can't walk through the ruins but these can be seen from the walkway leading to the museum entrance.
While there, don't miss a walk to the nearby Porte Palatine (Roman Gate).

http://www.abbonamentomusei.it/ixProduct.jsp?ixPageId=7193&ixMenuId=104

Hope this helps. Let me know if you need more information, ciao!

Re: Teatro romano (Roman Theatre)

by Hayedorojo

Yes, that what I was looking for. Thank you very much for your greatfull help. Best regards.

alex

Travel Tips for Torino

Are you ready?

by ant1606

Torino is not a prime destination for those taking the typical "Italian journey". Most visitors to this country are likely to be bound to more notorious places. Who doesn't want to see Venice, Rome, Florence, Pisa to name some? Wonderful cities, no question. Looking at a map you'll see that Torino is slightly off the way for those running up and down the boot shape.
It can be an inconvenient location to those who don't have much time on their side, but this is the beauty of it. Tucked away in this northwestern corner you won't find yourself among hordes of visitors elbowing to take a photo. And there won't be a crowd framed in such a photo. A place unknown to many but always ready to surprise the welcome guest.
It's the third largest city in Italy but the feeling is that of a smaller place. Distances are small too. Within one hour drive you can reach the Mediterranean sea, or the Alps dominating a couple dozens beautiful valleys, the shores of quiet Lago Maggiore or find yourself lost in wine-tasting paradise.
You're right, this time you better skip Torino. It deserves the whole of your next trip! [wink]

Events - Eurovespa 2006

by ant1606

Torino hosts special events of all sorts, and it was chosen for the 2006 edition of Eurovespa which took place on June 16-17-18. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the worldwide known and cult symbol of the Italian scooter that made history as part of the FIAT enterprise and contributed to the social transformation of several Italian generations.
During the weekend the city was invaded by hordes of participants reaching Torino from various parts of Europe and beyond, a few even from the US.

Over 3,200 happy participants registered their vehicles to the rally and a countless more simply joined without registering. An estimated 5,000 streamlined Vespa of all ages gathered at one time in Piazza Castello and other selected locations.

www.eurovespa2006.it
www.vespaworldclub.com

Cafe Torino

by sylina

Piazza San Carlo, 204, Turin 10121, Italy

This is one of the most elegant cafes in Turin. Though the same decor has been retained since 1903, the cafe is said to be much older. Its popularity among Turin's elite, both past and present, can be attributed to its Baroque interior with gilt friezes, marble and wooden fireplaces, the quiet corner tables, and the impeccable service. Some of the most well-known patrons of past years are Pavese, Einaudi, De Gasperi and Giovanni Agnelli. In the summer, you can sit at the tables outside and enjoy a cake while watching the people of Turin coming and going. Though they may seem to simply be out on a leisurely stroll, the reality is that they are nonchalantly trying to tread on a shiny metal plaque embedded into the floor in front of the cafe. It represents the emblem of both the city and the Caffe Torino-- the bull's testicles.

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you can buy the special chocolate of Turin there.. Gianduiotto... a bit pricy but very tasty.. :)

Turin life by night is...

by Inside

Turin life by night is fantastic!
In Turin there are manycool places where you can EAT,DRINK or DANCE by night...they are little small places, many different, where you can taste good wine and eat typical food...in Summer you can go for a walk near Po river (Murazzi), and you can stop to have a chat with many interesting people in very nice night-clubs in the open...!!!

Eating before and during the game

by Calcio about Around the stadium

As almost everywhere else in Italy there are a lot of people selling food outside the stadium on matchdays. There you can find sandwiches, sausages, hamburgers, beer and whatever you might wanna have.

On one side of the stadium there is a McDonalds too, that doesn't close until midnight, so there is plenty of time to eat also after the game.

Also inside the stadium there are the possibilities to buy food, although most of it is snacks and coca-cola. The good thing with small crowd though, is that the lines to the food-places aren't long during halftime... :)

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Address: via dell'Arcivescovado 18, Turin, Piedmont, 10121, Italy