Hotel Giada

Via Gaspero Barbera 6, Turin, 10135, Italy
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question about the cemetery in superga

by pruteanu

I recently found out that a friend of mine died in Torino Italy and that he is buried there. His sister could not remember the name of the church cemetery but said it was neat where the football team was "buried". Could you tell me if there are other graves in this cemetery or is it strictly a tourist attraction now? thank you for any info.

Re: question about the cemetery in superga

by ant1606

Superga is the Basilica where several members of the Savoy dinasty are buried in its crypt. There is no other cemetery there.
Normally, churches don't have a cemetery. I assume it must then be a cemetery in some town or village in the immediate surroundings. You might check for places such as Reaglie, Pecetto Torinese, Revigliasco, Pino Torinese. Beyond this radius the number of places could become too large to mention.
You might take a look at a detailed map at www.viamichelin.it
Hope it helps.

Ciao
Ant

Re: question about the cemetery in superga

by Jetgirly

I used to pass by the cemetary in Pino Torinese a few times a week (I'm guessing there is only one). It's at the top of Via Maria Christina. You can get there by taking bus #30 to Via Roma in Pino Torinese and just walking up the big hill (ask for directions to "Ferrero", as the cemetary and the chocolatier's corporate offices seem to share a parking lot). However, I didn't ever notice anything to indicate a connection to the football team (from the outside).

Re: question about the cemetery in superga

by bepi1976

It could be the cemetery of cavoretto, very near to superga

Re: question about the cemetery in superga

by cliffy69

The tragic crash of the plane carrying the "Grande Torino" Football Club
Another Turin closed its season of glory here: the Grande Torino Football team. On May 4 1949, the aircraft carrying the footballers back home from a victorious match played at Lisbon crashed against the base of the rear wall of the Basilica complex, maybe due to adverse weather conditions.
31 died: all the regular and reserve team members, the six people accompanying them and the air crew. A great plaque placed on the crash area commemorates the tragedy and is the destination of many pilgrimages.

Travel Tips for Torino

CHOCOPASS

by pink63

Chocopass is a carnet for 10/15 tastings to the discovery of the pleasures of the chocolate: gianduiotti, praline, cremini, chocolate cakes, ice creams .. to consume in the historical coffees of the city, such as Caffè San Carlo, Caffè Platti, Caffè Torino, Peyrano...

It costs 10€ and it's valid 24 hours for 10 tastings.
If you choose 15 tastings, it is valid 48 hours at the cost of 15 €.

DRESS WARM FOR WINTER...

by Onedragon

I HAD SOME WARM CLOTHES ...................HAVING COME FROM HAWAII..ONE DOESN'T ALWAYS TAKE REALLY HEAVY WARM CLOTHES WITH THEM..
SO IF YOU COME TO TURIN IN WINTER...BUNDLE UP..YOU WILL SMILE MORE..!!!! IN CASE IT SNOWS...NICE WARM SOCKS AND WATER PROOF SHOES... SOME GLOVES CAN REALLY KEEP YOUR HANDS CONTENT

Rivoli

by Jetgirly

Located just outside Torino, Rivoli is a small suburb with a beautiful medeival center. Cobblestone streets lead the way up to the Castello at the top of a hill, on your way you will pass tiny boutiques and ice-cream parlours (gelaterias). To get there, take the #36 bus to the end of the line.

Double deck

by marco2005

7dec2007
It is just arrived in Torino the double deck bus operated by City Sightseeing. It offer a tour of the city with a multi lingual commentary (Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian too).
Nine stops along the way on a circular path. It departs from Piazza Castello, to Piazza Vittorio then across the river Po up to Monte Cappuccini, then along the Po until Valentino Park, coming back to Valentino Castle, Piazza Carlo Felice (main train station), and then again to Piazza Castello passing by via XX Settembre.

It takes one hour to do the trip, and because there is just one bus, it means that it pass at any stop every one hour ;-)

This is the schedule so far:
10 am to 6 pm until 13th january 2008,
10 am to 4 pm until 29th february 2008,
10 am to 6 pm until 30th june 2008
sevend days a week

The fare is 15 euro (10 euro until the end of 2007). Half price for the child up to 15y.
(Discount for family)

Osteria Antiche Sere is a well...

by mauro_pd

Osteria Antiche Sere is a well conducted 'osteria' not in the real downtown of Turin. Trust the people there, they can really suggest the best for your taste depending on what's going on in the kitchen. Anyhow the theme is 'traditional' cuisine of the region.

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