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Quadrilatero Romano

10100 Turin, Italy
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3 weeks ago
“..a must while in Turin..”
21 May 2017
“Ancient Roman Quarter”
10100 Turin, Italy
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Quadrilatero (four sides) describes the area located between the Porta Palatina, almost intact, the Decumana (or Praetoria) absorbed by Palazzo Madama and two other doors now gone. Vastly gentrified, the area is a charming conglomerate of illustrious palaces, Baroque and Romanesque churches, trendy restaurants and...More

Thank Giorgio G
Reviewed 21 May 2017

This site is representing some remnants of Roman period, including Roman gates - Porta Palatina and a few excavations around. Really astonishing.

1  Thank yegorb306
Reviewed 11 December 2016

The view at night is eye watering due to its exceptional beauty . Wonderful for strolling and absorbing the aura of the city.

Thank Holly J
Reviewed 5 July 2016

The shady park nearby gives you a nice view of the gate and statues of Augustus and Caesar. It is only a stone throw away from the historical center.

Thank claude_monnier
Reviewed 22 May 2016

We were fortunate to stay in the QR and enjoyed many days and evening walks up and down the streets. Restaurants, bars, and tons of stores give the reasons for so many people, locals and tourists to be in this area.

1  Thank Ralph M
Reviewed 3 February 2016

.. the wave of globalization that has washed over a lot of cities, where downtown areas have been revitalized, modernized and sanitized, and essentially turned into trendy spots has made this area of Turin vibrant, lively, interesting, diverse and very attractive. And yes, trendy as...More

1  Thank Giorgio G
Reviewed 3 February 2016

The "in" part of the city full of shops, restaurants, coffee places, etc. It's a lovely place to be either in day light or at night. You'll find great food, drinks and even music.

1  Thank W6388QArobert
Reviewed 10 January 2016

Quadrilàter Roman in Piedmontese dialect, or simply Quadrilatero, the name derived from the perimeter of the ancient Roman fort. A historic neighbourhood of Turin, just west of the centre, an ancient part of the city with small streets and lanes full of cafes, restaurants, and...More

1  Thank ElenaNW87RL
Reviewed 23 December 2015

I lived in Turin about 30 years ago and left. At that time, walking in the night in the Quadrilatero Romano meant you did not care much about your life (a bit exaggerated, but you get the point). Now it is by far the best...More

1  Thank bddrr
Reviewed 8 December 2015

This neighbourhood in Turin is great for aperitivos and bars at night. The city can seem quite dead and quiet, until you find yourself in this neighbourhood. There are lots of apericena places where you can eat at a buffet and have a drink for...More

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