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by anka_p

HI, I am looking for a flat to rent in Torino. One bedroom apartament 25/30 square meters, available from 1st of July. I am moving to Torino for a year. Thanks for any hints where to look for it (web sites/ agencies...) Or maybe someone of you knows about a flat for rent. Thanks for any answers.

RE: flat

by Jetgirly

There are usually a few ads for monolocales in the major papers and in Secondomano (classified paper that comes out twice weekly), but I didn't have any luck finding apartments through those sources. A lot of landlords post signs at the university and Politecnico when their tenants move out, but they often enjoy screwing over students. The best way to find a decent apartment in Torino is through connections- talk to your employer and have them spread the word around the office that you're looking. I knew a girl who got a studio on Via Garibaldi for EUR 200/month including utilities! She heard about it from someone who heard about it from someone...

RE: flat

by caldarrosta

I hope u speak italian... :-)
This is the only internet site I know...


ciao ciao

RE: RE: flat

by caldarrosta

hey sorry I got other two...



good luck!!!

Travel Tips for Torino

Chiesa Gran Madre di Dio

by draguza

The church of Gran Madre di Dio was built between 1827 and 1831, and commemorates the return of Vittorio Emanuele I after the French occupation under Napoleon.
Behind the monument to Vittorio Emanuele I a flight of steps lead up to the church between two statues representing Faith and Religion.

Ice skating in Torino

by ant1606

Indoor ice rinks in Torino:

PalaTazzoli (Stadio del ghiaccio Tazzoli)
Via San Remo, 67 - Torino
Probably closed on Mondays.
Operating months and special events

Via Massari, 114 - Torino
Open 9:00 - 23:00 closed on Mondays.
Operating months and special events

Via Ventimiglia, 145 - Torino
Probably closed on Mondays. Normally operated from October through March.

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, which is 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 outdoors skating space in town. Skate rentals available, ID deposit requested.

...and the city will be a...

by piccolina

..and the city will be a perfect city only when she will have the Hammam...' (the 48th night of Sheerazade)

First city in Italy , since the 8th march of 1995, to have opened an Hammam only for woman.
It's an amazing experience to have ...believe me.
Hammam del Centro Interculturale Alma Mater
via Norberto Rosa 4a - tel. 201727
Hours: mon.: 10-13; tue. and wed. 14.30-20; thu.and fri. 10-13 e 14.30-20; sat. 10.30-20

Boat Trip on the Po River

by ant1606

Although short, a boat trip on the Po River can be an option in Torino. Ticket is only a few Euro and worth the price for the unusual sights from the water.
Departures from the Murazzi docks located in Corso Cairoli, just north of the Valetino city park - and just south of Piazza Vittorio Veneto.
Check website herebelow for schedules of the two vessels, named "Valentino" and "Valentina".

Beautiful Pizzaria and Restaurant

by Jetgirly about Tre Da Tre

Tre da Tre is located right beside the Mole Antonelliana and the Cinema Museum, very near the university. It is beautifully decorated with modern art and elegantly lit both day and night. There are English-speaking wait staff and a menu with interesting pizzas, first and second courses.

I tried a "Genovese" pizza with no tomato sauce, just cheese, potatos, pesto and green beans! Very good, very different! My other favorite pizza is the "Ortolana", which comes topped with a variety of vegetables.

Prices are in line with the other pizzarias in Torino, however Tre de Tre has a much classier feel. They do fantastic lunch specials from about 12.00-14.00, including a pizza (from a selection of seven) and drink for EUR 5.


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