San Salvario

San Salvario, Turin

San Salvario
3.5
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Neighbourhood: San Salvario
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3.5
95 reviews
Excellent
25
Very good
36
Average
19
Poor
7
Terrible
8

Kirsten W
10 contributions
Cool hip trendy tasty
Aug 2020 • Couples
San Salvario is a melange of different cultures and cuisines and nightlife, even popping post-COVID. Even in the middle of August, an evening spent in San Salvario means you have many many different cafes, restaurants, bars, full of locals and it less touristic than central Turin. Eaten some of the best food in some of the friendliest places I have in a while here and hope to be back
Written 21 August 2020
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kingjulian2014
Turin, Italy5 contributions
Place to be!
Oct 2018
Just go to Torino, and you will be totally surprised and grateful for wonderful experience. It was the "best kept Italian secret", and one week is simply not enough to enjoy this city.
I was there in 2014 for the first time, and after three months there were still unexplored secrets and treasure in this place
Written 14 September 2019
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Chris A
Manchester, UK175 contributions
Lively, up and coming area
Aug 2018 • Couples
San Salvario is a great, lively and multicultural area, which we went to when staying in a nearby hotel. If you want somewhere with a fairly young (mostly) vibe and a left field feel, this might be ideal. Some of the streets closest to the train station were not so hot, but plentry of places a bit further away were great. Some very lively areas and some parts can feel like teen central, but other spots are more mixed in terms of age, so it is worth having a wander to find the venues you like. We quite liked via Berthollet, and via Silvio Pellico, which had good bars and eating places. Some lively street life but nothing that should phase you if you hail from a city.
Written 6 August 2018
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Giorgio G
Washington DC, DC1,378 contributions
... one of the most interesting parts of town ...
Mar 2018 • Friends
...located between via Nizza and corso Massimo d'Azeglio, to the North and South and corso Dante and and corso Vittorio Emanuele to the West and East... it is truly multiethnic and young with artsy stores (botteghe), artisans, clothes' makers, hat makers, antique dealers, herbal shops, bars and restaurants .. alive during the day with the cacophony (said in a good way) of multicultural voices, reminiscent of certain parts of Brooklyn, it becomes lively in a different way at night and especially during the weekend, when it gets inundated by the young crowds that make up the neighborhood's 'movida'.. The Valentino Castle (now the University of Torino's School of Architecture) is part of it and so if the Museum of Anatomy in the Anatomy Institute in corso Massimo. In corso Marconi, the former HQs of FIAT (the car company) are located. Overall a very interesting place to visit and close enough to the Porta Nuova train station
Written 2 March 2018
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zz5659
england35 contributions
Lively part of town
Sep 2016 • Couples
The San Salvario district is full of bars and restaurants. There is plenty going on and it is definitely worth a visit.
Written 13 September 2016
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Sschekel69
Tel Aviv District, Israel4 contributions
Nice and vivid place
Dec 2013
We stayed recently at the Best Western Plus Executive Hotel wich is just in from of saint salvario and I loved the atmosphere. Nice place with zillion cool bars, restaurants, a lot of people. Amazing!
Written 29 December 2013
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jimbono
Naperville, IL41 contributions
An unexpected neighborhood
Jun 2013 • Family
I was unprepared to fall in love with Turin. A huge part of that was San Salvario. Edgy and a little unsafe until a few years ago, the area is undergoing a huge restoration - even in difficult economic times. Bars, pastry shops and restaurants are now flourishing. This is very much a neighborhood feel. Tourists are still a rarity. A woman who sat next to us as dinner was shocked to find us the next morning in her favorite coffee shop. Though we tried to blend in as best we could for our morning espresso, when we went back in the afternoon, the lady at the counter started talking to us in English. I asked her if we were that obvious and she said that they had talked about us all day! Wonderful to feel a bit unique.
Written 6 July 2013
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