One of the main touristy roads in Turin with a mix of souvenir shops and cafes. Links to main squares. Very central. Worth at least an hour and stop for a coffee.
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in Turin. Walking from the centre to the river leads you past loads of resturants and you get to walk under the famous arches. at the end there is a great square and if you walk over the bridge the view form the steps of...More
A road which is suitable for travelling down if you want to get from one end of said road to the other. Not suitable for people who want to travel in a perpendicular direction to this road. I highly recommend this road.
Lovely bracing walk down this road on a crisp Sunday morning. Walked down from behind the Palazzo Madame to the River Po. At the far end was an Sunday antique market that was very busy.
The beginning of an axis that from the Church of the Gran Madre and piazza Vittorio Veneto cuts the city up to piazza Castello, va Garibaldi, piazza Statuto and then corso Francia, taking people towards the French border, via Po has its own definite character....More
Another long street with beautiful arcades which leads down to the River Po. Start your visit at Piazza Castello and follow the road all the way to Via Piazza Vittorio Veneto to see the magnificent Gran Madre di Dio church standing proudly across the river....More
I was in Turin over thirty years ago and when I came back and walked down Via Po, I was transported back. The whole street on both sides has beautiful arcades, which give shade in the hot summer. Lots of lovely bookshops and cafés.
Via Po stretches from Piazza Castello to the river Po. The covered passage ways on both sides of the street are filled with small shops and restaurants. Certainly, it is past it's grandeur, but it remains memorable and worthy of your time.
Only walked along a very short stretch but rode on the 'Open Top Bus' all the way from Piazza Castello to the River Po. Beautiful portico arches not to be missed.
Straight and long street stretching from the center to river Po. You can see Gran Madre di Dio church far away, on the other side of the river. There are a lot of cafes where you can have a meal and relax.