In the most lively and multiethnic area of the city, a step away from the Turin's movable spots and major tourist attractions, Thomas's house is a characteristic apartment “di ringhiera” with original vaulted ceilings and a delightful retro feel.
The four-room apartment is located in the historic part of the San Salvario district, full of cafè, restaurants and shops. The colorful market of Piazza Madama Cristina is within walking distance; the central Via Roma and Porta Nuova can be reached on foot in a few minutes. The late eighteenth century building is a typical railing house and the access to the apartment takes place from the private balcony, closed by a gate. The living room with vaulted red brick ceiling is colorful and comfortable, with a double sofa bed. From the living room you can enter the main bedroom with a queen size bed and a large wardrobe. A closet separates the second bedroom, provided with a single bed and a sofa bed, and the large, bright bathroom, fully refurbished and equipped with a bathtub, shower and washing machine. The kitchen is spacious and functional, with large cooking area and a dining table. Coffee, tea and sugar available for breakfast. The apartment is perfect a small group of friends or a family and for visiting the city on foot or by public transport.
The neighborhood of San Salvario, born in the early nineteenth century, is very broad and it extends from Porta Nuova to the Valentino Park. An older area, full of beautiful art nouveau buildings, bars and restaurants, multiethnic focus today as it combines the different faces of Turin, is opposed to a more modern and quiet area that stretches to the Po. It 'a neighborhood of a thousand faces, lively and full of choice to suit all tastes and needs, characteristic and charming. A few steps from the historical center, with shops of all kinds and a large colorful market in Piazza Madama Cristina, the evening comes to life thanks to clubs and restaurants, evenings out destination, while during the day enjoying the close to Parco del Valentino, perfect for your walks.
Turin awaits you with its wonderful architecture and its magnificent museums. You can't miss the Egyptian Museum, the oldest museum worldwide entirely dedicated to the civilization developed around the river Nile and considered to be the second most important just behind the one in Cairo. Another “must to do” in the city is the National Cinema Museum, located inside the well known symbol of Turin, the Mole Antonelliana: you will live the magic of the cinema and get on the top of the Mole to see the beautiful landscape of the city. If you are wandering around, don't forget the Royal Palace , the Museum of Oriental Art (MAO), the Automobile Museum, the Valentino Park with its Medieval Village and Vittorio Veneto Square, one of the biggest in Europe, next to the river Po. Just a few kilometres away from the city, you will reach the gorgeous Reggia di Venaria and the imposing hunting castle of Stupinigi.
A professional multilingual guide service (on request and with extra charge) will make you discover the city with interesting anecdotes and fascinating stories from the past. If you decide to exend your stay, we suggest you to explore the beautiful surroundings : the Olympic Valleys, where you can do activities like trekking, biking, rafting, ski and snowboarding, or the Langhe, where you will taste a wide range of typical food and wines, deep in the green beautiful hills.