Located in the heart of downtown Turin, in the palace of Philip Juvarra, architect of the House of Savoy, the first half of '700, bound by the Fine Arts, delicious, bright attic, with three arias and enchanting view over the rooftops, domes and the towers of baroque.
The building is located in Via Milano, at the intersection with Via Santa Chiara, in a pleasant open space to roar, also designed by the architect. Juvarra, home to buildings that carry the three symbols of the powers that vied for the city: bull heads (the Civic City), Dog (religion) and lion (the nobility): the apartment for rent is located in c. d. "Home of the lions."
The accommodation is located in central and strategic position, from which you can visit on foot all the main tourist sites. It is, for example. less than one minute walk from the Town Hall, a and 3-4 min. walk from the Duomo, Piazza Castello and Palazzo Madama, a few minutes more to the Egyptian Museum, the Mole and more.
The area, within the c. d. Roman Quarter, the heart of 'nightlife' in Turin, is full of restaurants, bars and trendy clubs and also is within walking distance from the picturesque market of Porta Palazzo, the largest open air market in Europe. Nevertheless, the accommodation offers peace and tranquility, in a well-lived.
The attic consists of a large entrance hall with storage room / walk-in closets, on which envisage the bedroom, the bathroom and the living room living room with kitchenette and large comfortable sofa bed. Suitable for up to four people (ideal for couples with two children).