Hotel Amadeus E Teatro

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Principe Amedeo 41 bis, Turin, Piedmont, 10123, Italy
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  • Families68
  • Couples75
  • Solo40
  • Business53

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Some information on Torino,

by ashishsbhatt

Dear VT friends,
I am Amit, planning to travel to Torino in Jan 08. It will be great help to me if anybody can help me to find out: Veg restaurants, Pubs, in Torino. Please also advice me for the short trips in and around Torino, where I can look around for sightseeing. I will more then happy if any member of VT can meet there during my stay. I will be in Torino for one month. Thanks.

Re: Some information on Torino,

by Jetgirly

There is only one officially vegetarian restaurant in Turin, and it's pretty... unappealing. It's called Il Punto Verde on Via San Massimo 17. They do a lot of dishes with "fake meats" like seitan and tempeh at the center. However, I lived in the city for just shy of two years, and never had a problem getting vegetarian food at restaurants. For a nice dinner out, Savoia does traditional Piemontese cuisine and can whip up a three-course vegetarian menu for you if you call a few days in advance and make reservations (let them know you want the vegetarian menu when you reserve). There are infinite vegetarian pizzas, pastas and salads at any restaurant. Brek is an upscale self-serve cafeteria in Pizza Carlo Felice and Piazza Solferino; they have Italy's best salad bar, as well as vegetarian pastas and usually a vegetarian soup.

For drinking, I liked a lot of the aperitivo bars where you get free munchies with your drinks. Caffe Roberto on Via Po is quite nice, but for a younger, funkier atmosphere try Zonk (Via Bellezia), La Drogeuria (Piazza Vittorio Veneto) or Lobelix (Piazza Savoia). Caffe Gabetti is a ten-minute tram ride from downtown but has the biggest selection of free munchies (it's not unusual to see whole roast chickens, big dishes of mussels, etc.).

Re: Some information on Torino,

by marco2005

Hi Carly, I have to inform you that Restaurant Savoia has changed management few months ago. I didn't tryed it yet, so I can't say what has changed. (It was also one of my favourite).

The aperitivo with a lot of finger food and alike is called here "happy hour": no discount on the drinks (the range is 7-10 euro) but there is a buffet all-you-can-eat (the overall quality may be not like the usual italian standard). There are many bars doing the happy hour, usually from 7pm. The most in the
"Quadrilatero" zone and also in square/piazza Vittorio.

For other hints take a look at the Torino pages on VTers.

Re: Some information on Torino,

by ashishsbhatt

Thanks for your time and reply.

I will definetly follow your advice.

Best Regards


Travel Tips for Torino


by QuimG

Go to Superga. The view is lovely (on a windy day).

There is a church and you may visit the tombs of almost all the kings of Italy.

There is also a place to remember the tragic accident that took the life of the entire Torino soccer team in 1949.

San Giovanni - Saint John festival on June 24th

by ant1606

Every year on June 24 Torino celebrates St. John's day as the patron saint of the city.
In addition to other cultural happenings, the event includes a parade where some 2,000+ people wear historical costumes from the middle age to 19th century.
A bonfire is started on June 23 night to reenact the burning of clothes and other goods to purge the plague spread occurred in early 1600. A legend also has it that the bonfire is linked to the earliest public burning of witches in 11th century.
Fireworks usually conclude the festival on June 24.

Villa La Tesoriera

by Jetgirly

Located just outside the city center on Corso Francia, Villa La Tesoriera is a sight for sore eyes along the otherwise dirty, industrial Corso. I have no idea what the building is formally used for, but it has a sign that says it is a civic center and the grounds are open to the public. There are walking trails around the building, large fountains, park benches and plenty of green grass for picnics!

Free entrance to the park and grounds.

Torino - Downtown traffic limitations

by ant1606

As of May 31st 2010, the City of Torino extends the ZTL area which boundaries become those of the former ZTL Ambientale. As far as I understand, no-entry hours from 7:30AM through 10:30AM except for special permission holders in the green (and brown) area of the map in the photo.

Regulators of the City of Torino have put in place a plan to reduce motor vehicles pollutants. Kind of questionable though how effective it can be.
Two areas in downtown Torino were designated for such plan, these are named ZTL ("Zona a Traffico Limitato" or Limited Traffic Area) and ZTL Ambientale (Environmental). The latter has a greater extent and even locals have interpretation difficulties for rules, days and hours for motor traffic bans. It's something that also has to do with the vehicle category. Not just type, but also the emissions classification it falls into accordingly with the year of production.
Should you drive or ride in town, unless it's a zero-emission vehicle, be aware that you might be able or not to enter the greater environmental ZTL - green color in the map - while the core ZTL is only allowed to public vehicles or special permit holders at all time. A camera system is in place at every point of entry of such area and offenders are fined.
In any case, be also aware that downtown parking availability is extremely scarce and expensive.

Decent map clarity, hours and updated general information are available through the links herebelow.

the coolest Babette's Feast

by marco2005 about BABETTE

A little more then one year ago, opened this stylish ang sleek restaurant, in the heart of the "City" of Turin (the banks district). Just in front of the monumental Palazzo Lascaris.

As soon as you enter you will understand two things: you are in one of the newest glamour place of Turin, and you will spend a lot (if you wish).

The service is fine and warm, and you feel like entering your club. There are several design-driven seating areas on different levels (I suggest to ask to visit all the rooms).

The downstairs areas are in the basement, under the vault bricks ceiling, and lead to the underground "Tower". This deserve a visit, a perfect and cool design wine cellar. On two level (the lower deep in the "infernotto" a cellar of the 17th century under the basement), severed just by a glass floor, a wooden tower filled of bottles (900) that can drive crazy any wine lover.

At this point in some other place the food goes in background... but not here.

This is one of the place linked to SlowFood association, and put the quality and care of the cuisine in the foreground ever.

For a three course dinner and two wine bottles we spent 147 euro (two people).

Only at lunch you can also have a "cheap" menu (16 euro for 2 course; 19 euro for 3 course; 23 euro for 4 course)

last visit on 17 Jan 2006 What about my eating experience? It has been mixed... not fully satisfying.
I ate a Fois Grais too much rare, and putted over a bread slice that was fat soaked. The Lamb rib was truly good, but I was expecting something more.
The same was for the cuttlefish. The dessert were great.
The proposed wines were superb.


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Address: Via Principe Amedeo 41 bis, Turin, Piedmont, 10123, Italy