Situated in the historic city center, at a short distance from Piazza Castello and the Mole Antonellian as well as the most important monuments and museums, it's suitable for short and long holiday stays.
The flat, that has just been renovated, is located on the first floor of an historic building built around 1850ca. The location, Piazza Emanuele Filiberto, is in the heart of the historic city center, The Roman Quadrilateral, home of the culture and the night life, that offers a wide varieties of entertainments and food options, from the most typical regional ones to the ethnic and fusion ones. Ideal for Couples, solo adventurers or business travellers.
Accès des voyageurs
Newly refurbished, the room has a single/double bed and a sofabed so it can sleeps 2 adults(twin or double) and on request an extra children (spaces will be very tight). The bathroom is shared with the landlady and include a whirlpool shower, wc, bidet and sink. The kitchen/living room, also shared, is equipped with all the essentials, such as microwave, coffee maker, kettle, toaster and all the cutlery, crockery, cookware & glassware you would need. High speed wi-fi Internet is provided free of charge. Essentials such as iron, iron board, hair dryer, fresh bedding & towels are also all provided. Breakfast with home made(or local) jam/marmalade, hazelnut spread, cookies or cakes and/or toast and savory treats is included. Smoking is only permitted on the balcony.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I'm always happy to be of help regarding suggestions about itineraries and discoveries and any other issue you may have during your stay.
I speak English and try with French and Spanish.
Very close to the largest European open air market, The Porta Palazzo Market, located in Piazza della Repubblica. With around 800 stalls, it opens from Mondays to Fridays and it has 50,000 m2 surface. The market attracts Torinese customers even from distant neighborhoods, as well as foreign visitors, due to its excellent quality/price ratio.
I like to travel and enjoy the places from the point of view of their inhabitants so for the same reason I like to show the places I know well to the ones who's never experienced. I think this is the right place to get to do both.