FIND WHAT YOU NEED, NEARBY Torino Via Pianezza 14 (angolo c.so Svizzera)
Torino Loft is located in Borgata Vittoria, a neighborhood in full urban redevelopment, 10 minutes by bus from the heart of the city and the Juventus Stadium. Borgata Vittoria is a neighborhood that dates back to the eighteenth century and has seen several changes over the course of its history. Inside the neighborhood you will notice the interesting remains, which have become monuments over time, of the early twentieth century industrial architecture and the Dora Park. The Dora Park represents one of the largest green lungs of the city and houses very special spaces in the interior where naturalistic elements coexist with elements of industrial archeology that have been re-functionalized: the thermal plant of the Fiat steelworks and the cooling tower of the Michelin are just a few examples. Next to the loft, the newly opened Penny Market.
Right next to Torino Loft, there is the bus stop 59, which in just five stops allows you to reach Piazza Statuto and the Porta Susa train station, from where you can take the Turin subway that connects you quickly to the city center and the train station of Porta Nuova. Always with bus 59, in the opposite direction from the center, in 8 stops you will be transported to the Juventus Stadium.
A 15-minute walk from the Loft, crossed the park on foot, also the Dora station from which it is possible to reach the Reggia di Venaria and the Caselle airport by train.
Torino Loft is very close to the Maria Vittoria Hospital and the Amedeo di Savoia Hospital, Piedmont's reference point for the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases.
From Porta Nuova station, you can reach many of the museums that have made the city famous (the Egyptian Museum, the Cinema Museum, etc.) but also historical buildings such as the famous squares (Piazza Castello, Piazza Carignano, Piazza San Carlo), the theaters (Teatro Regio, Teatro Carignano) and the palaces (Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama etc ..). The city of the Savoys has an important religious tradition expressed by some churches open to the public. First and foremost the Cathedral of Turin (which houses the Holy Shroud) but also the Sanctuary of the Consolata, the Real Church of San Lorenzo, the Gran Madre, the twin churches of Turin which are located in Piazza San Carlo .
In Turin it is also possible to go shopping. Via Garibaldi in the heart of the city hosts the most famous chains, while Via Roma and the streets parallel to it are dotted with high-fashion stores such as Gucci, Armani, Louis Vuitton and many others. If you are passionate about Vintage, you will like to walk along Via Po where there are book stalls, used records and ethnic clothing, while for antiques there are La Galleria Subalpina or Gran Madre.
It is also important the Balon, the Porta Palazzo flea market (Aurora district) which takes place every Saturday morning and which joins once a month at the Gran Balon where furniture and antiques are displayed for all budgets.
Turin is a city to discover also for the nightlife, developed in some very characteristic neighborhoods like the Quadrilatero Romano and San Salvario, where it is easy to find the right place for you. Piedmontese trattorias, ethnic restaurants, takeaways all at your fingertips and all with a story to tell whether it is to enclose in a dish the taste of our local culinary tradition or to savor the exotic taste of Japanese, Chinese, Indian and Argentinian cuisines etc…