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Via Garibaldi, one of the pedestrian streets of the city centre, has a large range of youth oriented fashion clothes. Here you will also find the Juventus football club shop. In addition, walking around in the side streets you will discover peculiar small shops with unusual items, from antiques to pieces of furniture, and much more.
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Porta Palazzo Market
Porta Palazzo is the multicultural area of Turin, here you can meet people from all over the world. In its large square, the biggest market in Europe takes place daily. You will be able to find all the products you can imagine, from food, to clothes and vintage objects. These markets are feasts for all…
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La Rinascente is an Italian luxury department store. In Turin it is located on the exclusive road Via Lagrange, among the boutiques of the biggest worldwide brands. The mall sells multiple big name brands not only when it comes to fashion, but also in furniture and design.
Lingotto Shopping Mall
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Juventus is the most famous football team in Turin, and one of the most loved around the world. Besides having its own stadium a few minutes from the city centre, you can easily get all original t-shirts and gadgets of the team in the official shop located in Via Garibaldi. Keep an eye on the…
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F.R.A.V. is a made-in-Turin brand born a few years ago. From the beginning, its original style seduced the fashion-addicted population of the city, enough to grow and open several shops all around Turin and in Milan. Here you can find unique items which you can't see anywhere else.
Rrriot Shop’s concept was inspired by northerner fashion chains, in which it is possible to find state-of-the-art items without breaking the budget. Among others, you can find brands like Topshop, Dr Denim, Wemoto Clothing, etc. So if you happen to be in San Salvario, drop by to take a look at the newest trends.
It is impossible to leave Italy without taking with you one of the symbol of this country: handmade pasta. In Turin, to be sure to get the best artisanal homemade products, visit Pastificio Defillips. Open since 1872, here you can find not only all kinds of pasta, but also prepared dishes and top-quality local specialties.
If you want to take home a precious souvenir from your stay in Turin, visit Fein Sas. With 30 years of experience, this laboratory offers unique items to remember unique moments. You will have your pick of the litter among all its shining and beautiful jewels.
To define Rossorubino in just one word is not simple at all: it is a bar, a restaurant, a cantina and a wine shop, all in one. Located just a few minutes walking from Porta Nuova Station, it features all the local wines that make Piedmont one of the most prolific regions in this field.
Galleria San Federico
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Venchi Cioccolato e Gelato
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Turin has a large academic history, as can be proven by its most successful publishing house — Einaudi. In the shop, you can not only find all books published and translated by the house, but also meet national and international writers during special events. Keep an eye on the webpage to stay updated.
Robe di Kappa
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Guido Gobino is one of the big names in Italian haute cuisine. In the best Piedmontese tradition, he specialises in chocolate. Don't miss a visit to one of his shops in the city centre, or to his laboratory on Via Cagliari where once in a while you can also attend exhibitions and contests related to…
Via Garibaldi, one of the pedestrian streets of the city centre, has a large range of youth oriented fashion clothes. Here you will also find the Juventus football club shop. In addition, walking around in the side streets you will discover peculiar small shops with unusual items, from antiques to pieces of furniture, and much…