Questions about Turin! (1 Viewer)

A_LAcki

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Dec 23, 2002
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#1
My friends and me are considering a trip to Turin, to watch Juvetus against Roma on the 27th october. But I have a few questions, and would like some answers, specialy from Italians.

1.) What is possibly the best seat place in the Delle Alpi?
2.) How much is a train ticket from Milano to Torino?
3.) Do you know some nice places, where you can have a drink, or two in Torino?
4.) Are hotels in Torino expensive???

Thank you!
 

Zlatan

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Jun 9, 2003
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#2
1. The one from which you can see the field best
2. More than 1 €
3. There are a lot of Coffe shops
4. Some are, some arent.


Hope I helped :)
 

kurvengeflüster

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Jan 24, 2004
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#3
1) everywhere :D of course in the curves or there were Moggi and co are sitting around

2) don't know ... but www.trenitalia.it says something about 12€ for second class intercity-train....but I've my doubts because the voyage will last one hour...if so, very cheap :thumb: ...I had an interrail-ticket when I was in Italy so I didn't know the prices.

3) discover the city :)

4) depends on what you are looking for ... I guess 5star hotels are as expensive as everywhere else. but there is also a youth hostel...a 20min walk from the station ... quite good one
 

swag

L'autista
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Sep 23, 2003
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#8
1.) 2nd level Tribunal. 1st level is too low to the pitch, 3rd is too high.

2.) I'm not sure how much it will cost, but I doubt it would be much. I'd expect under 20 EUR for a trip that could take as little as 90-120 minutes.

3.) Via Roma (how appropriate) has a lot of cool cafes up and down the boulevard. Caffè Torino in the Pzza San Carlo is pretty nice. Also Caffe San Carlo there too. Baratti & Milano off Pzza Castelo is nice too -- but is more of a dining place (great chocolate, and the nearby courtyard was featured in the original Italian Job). The pedestrian-only area west of Pzza San Carlo has a lot of cool, lesser-known places as well.

4.) I found them to be quite inexpensive by Italian standards. My wife and I got a massive room with a huge balcony for 90 EUR not a mile from the delle Alpi -- we could have fit 8 people in there.
 

nedved34

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Oct 3, 2002
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1-ovest 1 is/was fine with me but it cost me 60 euros ;) u can take good pix from there.i mean it is the closest area to the pitch if u walk down.
2-www.trenitalia.it it will cost like 12 euro or 24 for the better train which is faster too but the differences are not much in time.it will take like 1:15 / 1:30
but be carefull maybe u can't find trains at nights am sure the game is at night.
 
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A_LAcki

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Dec 23, 2002
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#12
A bit expensive, but surley good! :D

btw. some firends I wanted to go with, can't go. so has anyone time from 26th till 29th October, to watch the match and a training session, or is there no interest?
 

Erkka

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Mar 31, 2004
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#13
why are you going by train, why don't you just fly to Turin?! Atleast Kilroy offers flights for reasonable prices in Finland... Have fun anyway!

edit: Sad that I'm busy with my school and politics so I can't go so soon... :( I'll go on Spring instead... :cool:
 

Azzurri7

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Dec 16, 2003
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#15
Am planing to go to spring to see juve , i guess i'll be with some friends , and if any1 over here woud like to join us he's welcome , from now till up then , we got lot of time !
 

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