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Minimum age of primary renter:18
The bath is very small
For one people to stay is enough not more is very small place and bath 2 m ...you don’t have place to turn around in bath ..
Our apartment is located in San Salvario, a very particular district of Turin. Borgo San Salvario (San Salvari in Piedmontese) is a historic district of the 8th district of Turin located south-east of the city center. In its eastern part is the Parco del Valentino, one of the most famous parks in Turin, along the left bank of the Po river. The neighborhood is also known for a widespread multi-ethnic population, present above all near the Porta Nuova railway station.
It is delimited:
north of corso Vittorio Emanuele II (Center)
east of the Po river (Borgo Po district)
to the west of the Turin-Genoa railway line (Via Lugaro / Via Brugnone / Via Ribet, along the west side of Via Nizza)
south of corso Bramante (Nizza-Millefonti district)
San Salvario changes completely depending on the flow of the day and, above all, the night. Yes, because we are in front of an area of Turin that, while daytime is sleepy (but not without surprises), becomes incredibly alive at night. But there is another reason why San Salvario is known: we are in a deeply multi-ethnic neighborhood. Walking through the streets of San Salvario you will find architecturally the nineteenth-century or Liberty palaces, the most interesting being in via Nizza, via Saluzzo and largo Saluzzo, but also the house of the Dragons and Bats in via Madama Cristina, are very special. The Calleri-Mossotto house, in via Saluzzo 21, is also disturbing, with the large wooden door where putti that defy dragons are carved. In San Salvario there is also a Museum of Human Anatomy in Corso Massimo d'Azeglio and the Fruit Museum with a collection of over a thousand plastic fruits made in the nineteenth century.
The ethnic groups of San Salvario are also reflected in gastronomy. Among other things, here in Piazza Madama Cristina there is the third largest market in Turin in terms of size. In addition, the sellers from the Monferrato, the Langhe and the Saluzzese converged here and, today, these products intersect with the more ethnic ones.
- Juventus Stadium: 7.2 km
- Porta Nuova station: 600m
- Marconi subway stop: 350m
- Bus n. 18, 77, 9.52 and 16: 350m
- Possibility of bike and car sharing
- Taxi station in Corso Marconi
- by metro and public transport, you can easily reach the Lingotto area, Pala Alpitour, Polytechnic, Molinette, Campus Einaudi
- Bus and tourist boat
- Underground parking in Piazza Madama Cristina
There are paid garages in the vicinity that are affiliated with the apartment (10 euros daytime band (8-18) and 15 euros night band (18-8). Furthermore, it is possible to park in the street on blue lines, a daily fee of 10 euros.