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Via Garibaldi is one of the most important streets in the center of Torino, a city located in the North of Italy. This street links Piazza Castello and Piazza Statuto and here you can buy something you want. A beautiful place to walk, eat, drink...More
This is a significant pedestrian thoroughfare between two big piazze. I stayed near here for four days and never tired of walking up and down, and of sitting watching people go by. You can sit outside a cafe or bar and drink or eat, or...More
This street memorializes Giuseppe Garbaldi when they named the oldest street in Turin after him in 1882. Garibaldi is considered to be one of Italy’s “founding fathers” and is held in high regard. This is a pedestrian-only street that runs from Piazza Castello to Piazza...More
If you want to walk in a herd of sightseers this is the place for you. Packed when it is hot and miserably empty when it rains. Not one shop is worth mentioning. The side streets are OK and some even have goods at a...More
Via Garibaldi is the continuation of via Po, on the opposite side of piazza Castello, to the North to piazza Statuto and then corso Francia, towards Rivoli and the Susa Valley. now completely redone and, to call it in American terms, gentrified, it hosts a...More
Via Garibaldi is a long straight road running from Piazza Statuto near Porta Susa Railway Station right through to Piazza Castello. Being 250 meters long it is one of the longest pedestrianised streets in Europe.
Coming second to Via Roma with the same style of...More