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Designed in 1564 by Vitozzi. It's lined with porticoes and is the real heart of the city: here and hereabouts stand the great buildings that have witnessed the development of the city, from the ancient Roman era to our days. In the middle of the...more
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Piazza Castello, 10123 Turin, Italy
+39 011 436 1455
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This is one of the city’s major plazas — you can tell by the historic buildings that surround it, like the Palazzo Reale and the Palazzo Madama, and by the various street vendors and performers circulating around. Good spot to take in a slice of...More

Thank Alex B
Reviewed 1 week ago

A really great place for the family walk. Quite safe, unlike rest of Torino... you will find a lots of nice restaurants near there.

Thank Fear E
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The piazzo in turin are amazing and so well kept and clean . Great photo op. Centeally licated. Near tbe hop on hop off city sightseeing

Thank 2014marie2014
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful square with important buidings that gives you the Little Paris feeling, only with less noise and more room to breathe and move.

Thank bonsi7
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

You’ll likely walk through this square on your way to visit palazzo madame. It’s a very large square flanked by many impressive buildings. The day we walked through, they were setting up for a concert and were blasting loud music to test the speakers. If...More

Thank DarrenHumphrey
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Turin's central square, Piazza Castello, was designed in 1564 by Vitozzi and is lined with museums, theatres and cafes. We just loved the porticoes! This is the real heart of the city. In the middle of the square stands Palazzo Madama and on the side...More

Thank Maggi713
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very impressive square with the Royal Palace, Palazzo Madama and Real Chiesa di San Lorenzo. When you've done the Royal Palace tour, make sure you go in the Real Chiesa but be careful as it is closed from about 12.00 to 15.30. Check on line...More

Thank GrahamWMH
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Full of activity, vendors, excitement in the city center of Torino. A great place to meet and head into the city or just stay in the piazza. Very good Christmas market at holidays.

Thank Dino G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A huge square surrounded by impressive classical buildings and with a stunning castle in the middle. It brings a special atmosphere to the city the many squares and palaces and castles. Lots of restaurants to be found around the square. It is also a frequent...More

Thank Christian B
Reviewed 25 May 2018 via mobile

Just in the heart of the town being its real center this elegant square hosts many interesting monuments and is close to most of the beatiful historical places. To be seen the Palaxzo Madama built as a Medieval castel on the important remains ( two...More

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Shopping: via Garibaldi, via Po, piazza castello under the arches, via roma Icecream : Fiorio, piazza castello, via po Interesting coffee bars: Caffetteria reale (once part of the royal kitchens), piazzetta reale Markets... More