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The San Salvario neighbourhood near Porta Nuova Station has become the new centre of Turin’s movida in the last few years. You will find an impressive amount of bars and restaurants in the area between Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Corso Marconi. It is at night that it really comes to life, when hundreds of youngsters gather in the numerous terraces or on Largo Saluzzo square.
- Address: San Salvario, Turin
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Hiroshima Mon Amour
Hiroshima Mon Amour opened in 1989, and since then it has hosted all kinds of events. Some examples of artists who have performed here? Patti Smith, Kraftwerk, Sinéad O’Connor, Astor Piazzola, Joan Baez, Bob Dylan and many more. On its two floors you can find three dancefloors and stages, where something different happens every night.
Bunker is a large and eclectic space, the result of a cultural project which took a dismissed train station and created a meeting point for the people of Turin. Art, music and exchange merge into each other to form something unique. On the weekend big concerts and DJ sets of various kinds are organised, but…
This pub and restaurant is the unique selling point of the unfiltered beer and micro-brewery Birrificio Torino, which was revived a few years ago. A genuine ambience with brick walls and dark wood makes it the perfect place for a bender with friends. Furthermore, for those intrigued by beer, Birrificio Torino even offers guided tours…
Cavallerizza Theatre is one of the amazing buildings left by the Savoy family. Having survived a series of accidents throughout the years, today it is a cultural centre run by a group of young locals. Together with cultural and sporting activities, many concerts are held. Dance the night away in its unique atmosphere, between historic…
The namesake specialty of Tamango is a must for whoever wants to enjoy a party night in Turin. The ruby-coloured Tamango cocktail with high alcohol content has ancient African origins, and it was imported to the city during the 1980s. The recipe is still a closely guarded secret: the obscure ingredients are thought to have…
The San Salvario neighbourhood near Porta Nuova Station has become the new centre of Turin’s movida in the last few years. You will find an impressive amount of bars and restaurants in the area between Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Corso Marconi. It is at night that it really comes to life, when hundreds of youngsters…
La casa del Demone
This bar has a very terrifying theme, as the name "La Casa del Demone" (Devil's House) suggests. The ambience is reminiscent of a horror movie cave, with soft lights, skeletons and a large bar with a big demon's head front and centre. Despite the creepy atmosphere, you can try some of the best cocktails in…
Located in the centre of the city, just around the corner from Piazza Vittorio, Zero Bar is a lively and youthful bar. It's known for it's no-frills decor, delicious cocktails crafted, and fair prices. Admire the numerous artworks displayed around the inner room, or find a seat on their outdoor terrace.
Clorophilla is one of the bars under the arcades of Piazza Vittorio. It definitively stands out among the others thanks to its interior decor made to resemble a forest. All the cocktails here are delicious, but its real specialties are the "Zuccherini": lumps of sugar plunged in flavoured liqueurs. An absolute must of Turinese nights.
This hidden gem is tucked away in a side street close to Porta Nuova Station, and it is primarily a funky cocktail bar. Every night the staff serves a fabulous aperitif buffet accompanied by cocktails or wine. The venue also has an exhibition space for artists and musicians. So enjoy a tasty drink and feel…
Spazio 211 is well-known in Turin for its great live music events. It is located a 10 minute ride north of the city centre. It holds international indie acts, as well as interesting concerts and theme nights. This is not the place to visit if you like listening to mainstream music, but if you are…
Cornetti Night is a one-of-a-kind shop, and definitively a favourite place of all the city's party-goers. This croissant parlour is open only at night, just to offer the people of Turin a delicious break between the numerous parties around the city. Inside you will find large croissants of every sort, both sweet and salty.
Open Baladin is a slice of paradise for all enthusiasts of craft beer. This made-in-Piedmont brand opened its stylish bar right in the city centre, just at a few minutes from Piazza Vittorio. The unusual venue at the base of a skate park has two floors where you can taste dozens of artisanal beers, also…