Corso Duca degli Abruzzi, 78
On the left bank of the Po, the San Salvario district is one of the trendiest districts of the city, the hub of Turin's nightlife. Although other districts are trying to take the podium, San Salvario is the perfect destination to have a drink with friends or eat in one of the coolest places in Turin. But San Salvario is not only young people looking for the best cocktail and night owl chat until the first light of dawn, San Salvario is also a historic district: full of greenery, churches and synagogues, enchanted gates, renowned universities.
Squeezed between the Po and the railway line, between Corso Bramante and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, the San Salvario district is a treasure chest, to be discovered by all, whether you are a passing visitor or a true Turinese.