Via Roma, Torino

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    by Robitaly Updated Aug 3, 2006

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    Via Garibaldi

    Favorite thing: Visit Via Roma And Via Garibaldi, The Two Most Important Street In The Centre Of Turin. In Via Roma There Are A Lot Of Shop, Under The Porticos, And In Via Garibaldi You Can Meet A Lot Of Young People And You Can Do Shopping

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    Do some shopping. Italy is the...

    by sheffwoz Written Sep 7, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Do some shopping. Italy is the best place when it comes to designer shopping. As all the top Italian makes are made in Italy the choice is bewildering. Turin is cheaper than Rome or Milan because it is not really a tourist place. One regret I did not get to the Armani emporio.

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  • There are just too many places...

    by EmiE Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    Favorite thing: There are just too many places to visit when going to Turin. The whole city is amazing... If I must narrow it down to 3 things they would be - Via Roma(to go shopping, Visit the Shroud of Turin, and The lucky Nugget Saloon(It is a Disco Pub), many good times were shared there! Dont forget to visit the surrounding towns of Torino> The people in the towns are very friendly and inviting and the view of the mountains are wonderful!

    Fondest memory: Thjere are just too many to choose from! Sorry!

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    If you go in Turin you must...

    by Inside Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Favorite thing: If you go in Turin you must see Via Po and the surrounding area, in the centre of city, then you can go for shopping in Via Roma, from there you can visit the headquarters of the Baroque city and the ruins of the Romans city ( Castello Square, Madama Square, Royal Palace and Royal Gardens...)

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