The Quadrilatero Romano is Turin’s beating heart at any time of the day, but the blood really starts pumping after the sun sets. Many of the district’s popular restaurants become crowded bars, and aperitivo joints keep the drinks pouring after everyone’s got a full stomach. As you walk along the narrow streets, you’ll come upon hordes of people enjoying the night air, camped out under café umbrellas that sprawl from building to building. The area is small enough to make for some great bar hopping: start at Porta Palazzo and head down Via Milano.
Caffe Rossini is a great place to end a stressful workday or to simply start a casual evening... Read more