Town House 70 Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via XX Settembre, 70, Turin, Piedmont, 10122, Italy
Town House 70 Suite Hotel
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ice skating in turin or near by turin

by sahil212

hi anybody can help me to give some idea/suggestion about the places where we can enjoy/do ice skating .I wnat to know place in turin or nearby turin...........

thanks in advance

Re: ice skating in turin or near by turin

by Ina08

Ice skating in Turin:

Opening times:
* wednesday
21.00 - 23.00
* saturaday
15.00 - 17.00
18.00 - 20.00
21.00 - 23.00
* sunday
10.00 - 12.00
14.30 - 16.30
17.30 - 19.30


* Entry ticket - 6,45 euro
* Rent skates - 5,40 euro


* Stadio del Ghiaccio
via San Remo 67, Turin


* tel +39 011.4099916
* tel +39 011.4099921

Re: ice skating in turin or near by turin

by sahil212

thanks alot for valuable information

Re: ice skating in turin or near by turin

by sahil212

thanks Daniel/ina08 i just wanna to confirm the place mentioned by u for ice skating in open area or its like small indoor place

Re: ice skating in turin or near by turin

by mccalpin

It looks like a large indoor place, built for or improved for the 2006 Olympics in Turin - see


Re: ice skating in turin or near by turin

by ant1606

Indoor ice rinks in Torino are the foolowing:

PalaTazzoli (Stadio del ghiaccio Tazzoli)
Via San Remo, 67 - Torino
Probably closed on Mondays

Via Massari, 114 - Torino
Open 9:00 - 23:00 closed on Mondays

Via Ventimiglia, 145 - Torino
Probably closed on Mondays

Typical fee is around 10.00 Euro including skate rental, or 6.00 Euro if you bring your own.
Skating area is that of a regular ice hockey field, 60 m by 30 m

Two more interesting indoor ice rinks that I tested are located in Pinerolo (about 40 Km south of Torino) and Torre Pellice (some 45 Km soutwest of Torino).
There is no outdoor skating space in town.


Re: ice skiing in turin or near by turin

by sahil212

hi anybody can help me to give some idea/suggestion about the places where we can enjoy/do ice skiing .I wnat to know place in turin or nearby turin...........

thanks in advance

Travel Tips for Torino


by Robitaly

Visit The 'Mole Antonelliana' Where It Houses The Museum Of Cinema. Mole Antonelliana Is A Symbol Of The City. It Has Been Builded By Antonelli. The Building Is 167 Metres High.
In The Mole Antonelliana There Is An Elevator That It Take You Near The Top, Where You Can See Turin And The Skyline.
On One Side Of The Four-Faced Dome, The First Fibonacci Numbers Are Written With Red Neon Lights:It's A Artistic Work Of Mario Merz.
The Mole Appears On The Reverse Of The Two Cent Italian Euro Coins.

Unofficial names: street by street

by marco2005

Here in Turin, as also elsewhere, have the habit to call some place, some street in a different way respect the official name. So it is useful to know the difference or you can get lost if you insist to ask about a place using the official name.
I'll try to list the most I remember.
NB: Piazza=square, Corso=avenue, Via=street.
Official name: "Piazza Carlo Emanuele II" -> colloquial version: "Piazza Carlina" (this is a funny one, because Carlo is the male name and Carlina is the female version of the name, and the locals want to refers to tha lack of virility of their prince Duke of Savoy)
"Piazza Repubblica" -> "Porta Palazzo", this refer to the presence of Porta Palatina in the nearby.
Do not confuse similar name.
"Corso Vittorio Emanuele II" -> "Corso Vittorio", so do not call it Corso Emanuele (one time one asked me this and I was really confused). And do not confuse the avenue with the square... "Piazza Vittorio Veneto" -> "Piazza Vittorio" or you risk a long walk.
Be careful about "Via San Francesco" because there are TWO streets with this name: "Via San Francesco da Paola" (near Piazza Carlina) and "Via San Francesco d'Assisi" (near Piazza Solferino) but the locals call both them simply "Via San Francesco" (habit that creates some mistakes).
Another source of confusion is that the street (and so the plate on the corner of the building) has a complete name (first name and surname) but we locals in some case adopt only the first name, and in other case only the surname. So "Corso Massimo D'Azeglio" is usually called -> "Corso Massimo", but "Via Madama Cristina" is usually called -> "Via Madama" (try to ask to some local where is Via Cristina if you want to see a scrap head contest)

MESSER TULIPANO @ Pralormo Castle

by marco2005

An incredible world of flowers.

75.000 tulips are waiting in the gardens around Pralormo Castle for the 9th edition of "Messer Tulipano" Exhibition.
from 29.03.2008 to 01.05.2008

The 2008 edition of this colorful event is dedicated to perfumes and to our sense of smell.
In the historic park there are also several small theme-based gardens:
”The Lavender Garden” with more than 40 types of climbing blooms running from red to violet, “The Citrus Garden” created with magnificent containers of aromatic citrus plants which during the winter are housed in the castle’s 19th century French greenhouse, “The Violet Garden” with a collection of delicately scented violets as well as the most curious cultivated varieties, “The Narcissus Garden” with extended climbing blooms of scented narcissi, and “The Mint Garden and The Avenue of Aromatics” to allow visitors to discover new recipes and delicate aromas.

opening hours.
from monday to friday: 10am-6pm
on saturday and sunday: 10am-7pm

Entrance fee:
6,50 euro
3 euro child under 12
free under 4

There is a huge parking lot for 1euro at the foot of the hill and a free shuttle bus.
(on weekend there is huge queue too).

30km from Torino, take route SS 29 toward ALBA
Arriving in PRALORMO follow the signs indicating the parking lot.
Here is the michelin route

Going to the stadium

by Calcio

Stadio Delle Alpi is one of the stadiums in Italy that is most difficult to reach, at least if you don't come by car.
From the center of the town (lovely town by the way, at least when it's sunny!) you'll have to take a tram, and then change to another one after half the way.
How and when? Well, don't ask me, they change the ways everytime I'm going there...
In 2000 it was much easier, when a tram marked "stadio" went from the Central Station directly to the stadium, but then Torino town decided to rebuild the squares around the central, and that tram seems to have disappeared after that. Make sure to go from the center in time anyway, as it could take up to one hour to get to Delle Alpi.

From the stadium it's easier though, since there are trams waiting directly outside the stadium (close to Curva Nord) that goes straightly back to town. Just make sure you don't miss your stop... :)

Coming by car is even easier though, as it's really well signed around the exits from the highway. Parking the car close to the stadium is normally not a problem either, but be sure to be there in time when it's a big game, since there are far more cars there than normal then.

Also make sure you pay some euro to the "parking-guard", and pay them what they ask for, even if it might seem expensive. Otherwise it's a big risk that some windows are smashed at your car when you come out after the game...

No, I don't like Torino that much... ;)

Cafes and Restaurants - "Quadrilatero" area

by ant1606

*** NOTE ***
For reference, also read the Quadrilatero tip in my "Nightlife" section. Reason for this tip also being here is that, for a large number of Turinese, nightlife equals eating and drinking till morning hours.

The so-called "Quadrilatero Romano" area is adjacent to nicknamed Porta Palazzo, which is the main historical street market in town in Piazza della Repubblica. The "Quadrilatero" develops south of here up to Via Garibaldi. A few years ago this pedestrian area was brought to a new life and today it's probably the trendiest in town. Cafes and restaurants are sometimes next to each other and range from local typical cuisine to ethnic specialties. Go to Piazza Emanuele Filiberto - there's a small underground parking for a fee - and stop for an "aperitivo" at Pastis Cafe, best if around 7 PM. "Aperitivo", namely, is a social drink that can be appreciated before dinner. Age of patrons spans from students in their 20s to young-at-heart yuppies in their 50s. Problem is that the aperitivo is usually accompanied by appetizers that are available in large quantities and varieties....that turn out to actually become your dinner! Another great place is Obelix Cafe located in Piazza Savoia. Still hungry? Wander in search of something more and end up your evening at Caffe' al Bicerin - located in Piazza della Consolata - for a cup of thick chocolate that the Turinese enjoy since 1763.

Quadrilatero list of eateries


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 Town House 70 Hotel

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Address: Via XX Settembre, 70, Turin, Piedmont, 10122, Italy