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Central room with a beautiful view and terrace

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1 bedroom
2 bathrooms
2 guests
1 night minimum
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In an elegant penthouse apartment on the eighth floor, away from the noise of the city. A few minutes walk from the center, in the district of Porta Palazzo where cultures and food meet. Room with double king size bed, private bathroom with shower and terrace with views of the Mole. The room has a double king size bed. I can add a folding bed. Right in the middle of Balon, the characteristic Flea Market and a few meters from Turin Eye, the hot air balloon that goes up to 150 meters in Pellegrino's garden. The Arsenal of the School Holden can be seen from the window as well as the Cortile del Maglio and SERMIG. The big market of Porta Palazzo is to fifty meters. Not to mention, every second Sunday of the month, the Gran Balön Market. The area is full of restaurants, bars and the excellent G...In an elegant penthouse apartment on the eighth floor, away from the noise of the city. A few minutes walk from the center, in the district of Porta Palazzo where cultures and food meet. Room with double king size bed, private bathroom with shower and terrace with views of the Mole. The room has a double king size bed. I can add a folding bed. Right in the middle of Balon, the characteristic Flea Market and a few meters from Turin Eye, the hot air balloon that goes up to 150 meters in Pellegrino's garden. The Arsenal of the School Holden can be seen from the window as well as the Cortile del Maglio and SERMIG. The big market of Porta Palazzo is to fifty meters. Not to mention, every second Sunday of the month, the Gran Balön Market. The area is full of restaurants, bars and the excellent Gelateria Popolare. In 5 minutes you are at the Roman Quarter and within 10 minutes walk you are in Piazza Castello. Area convenient to public transportation and also to cars, here you will always find parking. If you need I can arrange a transfer to/from Airport Torino Caselle for 25 euro if possible. If you like wine and food I can bring to the Langhe, for degustation of Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera and Dolcetto.More
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Pets Allowed: Ask
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
DVD Player
Short Term Rentals (4 Days Or Fewer)
Local Guides/Maps
Refrigerator
Alarm Clock
Central Heating
Outdoor Dining Area
Towels Provided
Air Conditioning
Paper Towels Provided
There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive
Cycling Trips
Cable/satellite TV
Books
Stereo System
Hairdryer
TV
Hiking Trips
Microwave
Good Nightlife
Balcony
Elevator/Lift access
Mountain Views
City Getaway
Linens Provided
Wi-Fi
Internet Access
VCR
Terrace
Telephone
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Reviewed 6 July 2015

Just returned home after a long weekend in Turin for my girlfriend's birthday. Absolutely fantastic. The room is in a perfect location and Giancarlo is an excellent host. He made us both feel very welcome and at home. The apartment is stunning, on the top...More

Date of stay: July 2015
Thank mrandmrsnoon
Reviewed 10 June 2015

My husband & I had a lovely stay with Giancarlo. He was very helpful, Oscar the cat very friendly. The room was perfect with the bonus of air conditioning as it was so hot when we stayed! Was able to use the garage to park...More

Date of stay: June 2015
Thank Michelle G
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Reviewed 17 September 2014

This is a very nice room with a terrace and a private bathroom in an apartment shared by the host and another person. It is ideally situated, within walking distance of the city centre. The room is sunny and comfortable and ideal for a couple....More

Date of stay: September 2014
1  Thank Lemanensis1272
Reviewed 19 June 2014

Have an amazing view on Turin, facing Mole Antonelliana and the hill and immersed in the most characteristic area of downtown. Giancarlo is a perfect host: nice room, great Internet connection, friendly cat (Oscar) and a goblet of Piemonte's wine are ever ready to welcome...More

Date of stay: June 2014
2  Thank Odysseo
Reviewed 19 October 2017
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Date of stay: August 2017
About the Owner
Giancarlo B
Languages spoken:English, Italian
Response Rate:94%
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:January 2014
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About the neighbourhood
10 good reasons to visit Turin Turin must be one of Italy's most unsung cities. While most travelers to Italy head to the triptych Rome-Florence-Venice, Turin appears to remain off the tourists' radar. It seems that, nowadays, the city is merely associated with the automobile industry. Indeed, it is here that Agnelli, the founder of Fiat, chose to build his automobile empire. However, that would be forgetting that eight decades earlier another dynasty, not an industrial one, but a royal one, chose Turin as its capital. Nineteenth century Turin was also a favorite among intellectuals and artists, such as Nietzsche, who liked the city for its austere elegance, its atmosphere, its literary cafés, and its food. Here are at least ten reasons why this bubbling and inspiring city definitely shou...
How to get there
From the Caselle Turin Airport take the train to Stazione Dora, ticket costs 2.70€ and and 500 mt by feet and you arrive in Via Borgo Dora. The taxi costs about 35/40€. If you need transfer from/to I can arrange it for 20€, ask for availability. Porta Susa Station is close to bus 51 (bus stop at the roundabout at the beginning of the station), costs 1.50€, buy the ticket in the newspapers shop inside the station, five stop, take Via Goffredo Mameli and in fifty mt by feet you arrive in Via Borgo Dora. By car: from Milano, exit Corso Giulio Cesare, straight for 4.8 km, after Ponte Mosca, at the first traffic light, turn right in Via Vittorio Andreis and turn right again at the first street and you are arrived in Via Borgo Dora. From France, Piacenza, Liguria: take the tangential A55, exit...
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