We had to find the phone number of the owner and call him to get him to come to the property to let us in. The advertisement said it had wi-fi but there was no wi-fi at all. Then we were told we had to pay a cleaning fee of 30 euro which was not in mentioned in the advertisement. Then the owner agreed ...
Good location, good breakfast available. Good views of the Allianz stadium.
Very good hotel, very close to the stadium, centre and airport
Possibilità di mettere l’auto in cortile, un piccolo giardino ben curato, un po’ di polvere nel monolocale. Il proprietario disponibile.
The northern Italian city of Turin is famous for many things, but most importantly for sports fans it's home to the legendary Juventus FC. The team plays at Juventus Stadium, which is well worth visiting for home games, stadium tours and the on-site museum.
Juventus Stadium is in the Vallette borough of Turin, which lies seven miles north of the city centre. Built on the site of the old Stadio Delle Alpi, home to the club from 1990 to 2011, the present stadium opened in September 2011 with a match against Britain’s Notts County. The state-of-the-art stadium has a capacity of 41,000 and hosted the UEFA Europa League Final in 2014.
Time your visit right and you could secure tickets for a match, but if not, football fans can still get their kicks by visiting the Juventus Museum in the stadium. It explores the fascinating history of Juventus FC. Or join one of the many guided tours of the stadium for access to the dressing rooms, players' tunnel, and behind-the-scenes media areas.
The Juventus Stadium is easily accessible by public transport and bus services run regularly from the city centre. However, on match days, additional metro services from the city to the stadium run from both Porta Nuova and Porta Susa train stations.
Expedia offers an extensive selection of Turin hotels, apartments, B&Bs and guesthouses within easy access of the Juventus Stadium. You’ll find a couple of mid-range hotels within walking distance of Juventus Stadium, and because metro access to the venue is so easy you can take your pick of all hotels in Turin city centre.
For post-match drinks, try one of the many aperitivo bars in the city's pretty squares like the grand Piazza Castello. Or for nightlife head to the San Salvario district just south of the city, where lively bars and live music clubs stay open until the early hours.
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