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All reviews shopping street piazza san carlo great shopping both sides beautiful arcades interesting street carlo felice porta nuova station arches porticos shoppers lagrange architecture prada pedestrian chic marble
Apparently they just stopped cars on the road recently..... well done. Will be curious though what they do with it as it's sort of empty now.
But especially at night, the arcades are fantastic to wander through.
Via Roma is a North-South street, pedestrian only for much of its course. It starts on Piazza Castello and ends at Piazza Carlo Felice. it is the most elegant shopping area in Turin, with famous brand shops and boutiques on both sides. Dating back to...More
Whether you’re planning on doing window shopping or real shopping, this is the street with the high-end shops, so it’s clean and has wide sidewalks. It’s also just an interesting street in general because the buildings were all built during Italy’s fascist period before WWII,...More
Every city has a main shopping street and it is the Via Roma in Turin. You
can walk and shop to your hearts content. It is a busy shopping street. Under the characteristic arcades, you will find elegant cafes, boutiques, and fashion brands from around...More
You can't miss this. Not because you necesarily has to see this street, but because you absolutely cannot miss it if you visit Torino City Center. The city is not that big (which is positive!) and this street is very central.
It is a beautiful...More
Via Roma it is not easy to describe. I frequently ask myself where its charm resides? Sure the are sophisticated boutiques, sure its is always full of live and fashionable people. However, mostly Via Roma it is an experience with its tall arches, its marbles...More