A few minutes walk from Porta Susa station and close to Piazza Statuto is my cosy apartment, on the 3th floor of a building 60s (elevator, fear not!)
We offer a spacious and cozy with comfortable sofa bed (they say it all!) And a small balcony
A few minutes walk from Porta Susa station and close to Piazza Statuto is my cosy apartment, on the 3th floor of a building (elevator)
And 'A living area with sofa and bookcase and a television 42 inches. A fitted kitchen with oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
I offer a spacious and cosy living room with sofa and television 42 inches, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and 2 small balconies overlooking the trees.
Downstairs you will find some food stores and in a few minutes a well-stocked supermarket.
In 10 mm you will reach the center of Turin by walking or by bus (there is a stop just below the house and with just 3 stops to arrive to the Cathedral) or subway (the stop Principles of Acaja is a 10 minutes walk).
The Porta Susa train station is at 10 mm walk.
Accès des voyageurs
Sheets and towels are included.
There are many events in the city, I quote the most important.
Book Fair, at (website hidden) arrive by metro in 25 minutes.
Club to club, electronic music festival of the most important in Europe. Is held in November and the locations are different. The final evening is usually the Lingotto fairs (see Book Fair).
Artissima art fair contmporanea with hundreds of Italian and foreign galleries exhibiting their works. Many events also off. Is held in November at the Lingotto or in neighboring buildings as the Oval (see Book Fair).
Turin is a beautiful city and be experienced. You will be spoiled for choice on how to pass the time! Never fail exhibitions, concerts, dance evenings.
I will be happy to give you directions and advice that will be useful for your stay holiday or business.
Ah! If you go to Milan for the Expo, do not miss the chance to visit Turin, the train ride is only 50 mm (if you take a train or Frecciarossa Italo) and it's worth it! You will visit a city very much alive, home for centuries of the Kings of Sardinia then king of Italy, Italy's first capital. Its buildings, its parks and the beautiful squares will surprise you, but do not forget the industrial archeology and the nightlife! See you there!
I love animals but being small housing, to ensure comfort and cleanliness is better not to take them!