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Via Po is another great street, complementing that other great one Via Roma.
Again we are walking under the arcades, and I can tell you that if it is raining in Torino
you can hardly notice the rain, thank to these wonderful huge arcades !...More
Via Po is one of the major commercial streets in Torino, opening up into Piazza Vittoria Veneto. it is not as exclusive or brand-oriented as via Roma, but, it is a long street, with many, many well known shops, boutiques, as well as restaurants, cafes,...More
This is a beautiful porticoed boulevard stretching from Piazza Castello to the very grand Piazza Vittorio Veneto. As you walk towards the river, stay on the left if it is raining as the route is covered all the way down, by order of the former...More
Walking along Via Po takes you down to Piazza Vittorio Veneto, dubbed Europe's largest square. Via Po is full of shops, cafes, restaurants, bookstores and other shops making it a one stop shop for shopping. And if it is raining, there is no need to...More
Sadly, our recent trip to Torino was plagued by constant rain making site seeing a rather damp experience. Fortunately, the arcades of via Po and many streets in the surrounding area allowed us to window shop and visit cafes to our hearts content without getting...More
This road is a long stylish street full of differing shops, restaurants and bars on both sides of the road. All the way down both sides you are sheltered by it's charming arched walkway. Well worth the stroll!
Turin has the second most porticos in Italy after Bologna and this was the Royal walk for the Savoys. Now you can start at the river and go all the way to the center of the historical area. They have parking at the river and...More