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A city to be discovered

Hotel Piemontese is an ideal starting point from which to discover this city and its innumerable facets. Turin is not only Fiat, industry and business; it is also art, history, culture, music, theater, sport, shopping, universities, hotel excellence, trade fairs, conferences, movies, food and wine.
 

Our characteristic porticos will lead you through the whole downtown area, passing by via Roma, Piazza Castello and via Po to Piazza Vittorio Veneto. They were built to allow royalty to reach Palazzo Po without getting wet when it rained, and today they are home to some of the most famous fashion names in the world, including Cartier, Vogue and D&G.
 

The shops on Via Garibaldi, which winds its way from Piazza Castello to Piazza Statuto, are another favored destination of shopping lovers.
Visiting Turin Museums had never been so easy and affordable: the Torino + Piemonte Card will grant you free entry to over 170 cultural venues, including museums, exhibitions, monuments, castles, forts and the Royal Residences of Turin and Piedmont, plus free use of the tourist transport system in Turin (panoramic elevator at the Mole Antonelliana and Sassi – Superga railway) and the GTT shuttle buses to the Palace of Venaria.
 

You can buy a 48-hour Torino + Piemonte Card (€ 26,00) at the hotel.
 

Absolutely unmissable: Egyptian Museum, National Cinema Museum, Palazzo Madama, Royal Palace and the Palace of Venaria
 

You can find access the public transport network that will allow you to visit the city in its entirety just a stone’s throw from the hotel.
 

Bus number 18 will take you, in just a few minutes, to the Lingotto Conference Centre and Eataly, passing by the Molinette, a leading Italian hospital. The same bus taken in the opposite direction runs through the historic center and reaches the Porta Palazzo market and the Balon and Gran Balon markets. Line 61 will take you to Sassi station, and from there you can take a train to the Superga Basilica. The new number 4 tram takes just a few stops to reach the Olympic Stadium and the Palaisozaki (tickets for Juventus games and concerts can be bought through the hotel).