Hotel Guala

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Piazza Guala 143, Turin, Piedmont, 10135, Italy
Hotel Guala Residence
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 31% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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La piazza San Carlo

by Klod5

L'histoire, la culture, le patois, la gastronomie et l'oenologie font de Turin la plus française des villes d'Italie. Mais en percer l'intimité est difficile. Ville très secrète, Turin n'en tisse pas moins des relations étroites avec Lyon, Grenoble, Munich et Barcelone.

Events: Gay Pride 2006

by ant1606

Torino was chosen as the host city of the 2006 Gay Pride event which took place on June 17. This event was the first of its kind in the city and saw the participation of some 22,000 people from all over Italy and some foreing countries.
A colorful parade developed for hours through the city streets.

Via Barbaroux

by Rita_

This is a street where you can get a taste for the Turin that once was, several hundred years ago. Indeed via Barbaroux seems not to have been touched by the passing of time.

... my fondest memory in Turin! ;-)

I did not go out much when I...

by damnu

I did not go out much when I was in Turin but I can suggest a few locales to add a bit of spark to your nightlife. A nice trendy place to go for a drink is the 'elite' Lutece in the center of town. I do not remember the address. I think you can grab a bite to eat there as well. Also, in the warmer months you can take a walk along the Po in what they call Murazzi (via Murazzi su Po) There are a lot of little locales that you can stop in. I recall a dance place called Jammin' that was a bit of a wait to get into but fun and interesting to watch people. Also, go just across the street where there a few American-type bars where you can go and enjoy a brew. It is rare to find drunk, out of control people at the bars like you find in America so please do not get out of hand. :) If you like crowds there is the Shamrock Inn near Porta Nuova which is the main train station. Every time I drove by this place in the last few months there were scads of people out by the entrance. There are many pubs in this area but as in any city keep your eyes open for pick-pocketers when near the station. Some discotheques are Vaniglia, Pick Up, Hennesy (great for the summer months), and Big. You must have a car to go to some of these latter places because they are not near the center of Turin. If you are in Turin in the summer you can check out Cacao which is in the Valentine Park and not so far from the center. There is also a trendy zone where everyone is going now but I can't quite remember exactly where the area is. I believe it is near Piazza della Repubblica between via Garibaldi and Corso Regina Margherita. In this area there are lots of little places to stop and have a drink. The city of Turin has made a tremendous effort to clean up this area and I must say they are doing an excellent job. It is best to get to know young local people to find out the best places to go because they can change from one year to another.

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 Hotel Guala

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Guala Residence Hotel

Address: Piazza Guala 143, Turin, Piedmont, 10135, Italy