If you like to cook, off of the palace grounds, on Garibaldi Street, is a store by the name of Bialetti. If you can, buy a stainless steel pot or pan, with the stainless steel handles. They are very heavy, but worth the purchase. They...More
About Piazza San Carlo
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We were lucky enough to be able to park our 25 classic minis in the square on All Hallows’ day. A national holiday. They were quickly surrounded by locals and tourists alike. We checked out the cafes and as we were sponsored by lavazza we...More
Piazza San Carlo has been made car-free. This allows to admire its beauty without having to pay attention to cars, busses, etc.
The nerve center of this vibrant city is Piazza San Carlo, where you can also find Tourist Information nearby. The sheer expanse is breath-taking and when tired of exploring the city, there are some benches to sit down and watch people.
For those of you who like an old city, this is a perfect visit. the place is awesome and the people are more friendly than other cities.There is a great story and the building is amazing. I did a day trip which was very relaxing...More
I visited the square on a sunny October day and enjoyed sitting in a cafe outside watching the world go by and admiring the view. The square is pedestrianised and as it was October was not crowded but pleasantly busy. The two churches at the...More
Perfectly situated just south of the royal palaces, this square makes for a nice break when headed to or from Porta Nuova station. It's often filled with performers of one kind or another, and in Sept. '17 was the start and finish line for a...More
We visited Turin three times on or trip to Italy and each time found a new piazza. There is nothing bad about this lovely city except maybe that we were in the region when everyone was on holidays and many stores were closed. Very picturesque...More
Sit down to a lovely coffee, cake or the BEST hot chocolate at Stratta chocolatiers whilst watching the world go by at Piazza San Carlo. A very large piazza not to be missed in Turin. Take in the people watching and then visit the twin...More