Chiesa di Gran Madre di Dio
A grand backdrop across the Po from Piazza Vittorio Veneto, this church was built in the style of a mini-Pantheon from 1818 to 1831 to...
Wood-panelled cafe once patronised by Nietzsche, these days with Starck-designed chairs.
Appropriately enough, Turin's top fish restaurant sits on a street meaning 'fisherman'. Mare Nostrum is an upmarket, lip-smacking choice...
Piazza Vittorio Veneto 18 · interesting places nearby
La Drogheria information
Occupying an old pharmacy, La Drogheria's vintage sofas are coveted by a laid-back, studenty crowd who enjoy drinks and a groaning, and unusally healthy, aperitivi buffet before hitting the clubs down by the Po.