Welcome to Casa Cernaia, set in a beautiful historic house in the heart of Turin, surrounded by richly decorated nineteenth-century buildings and large squares. The Royal Palace and San Carlo Square are in just a ten minute walk under the arcades. Large bright spaces and an excellent location makes it the perfect starting point to discover the city.
The house, which is large, bright and newly renovated, is located on the fourth floor of a historic building with a significant entrance. The Porta Nuova train station is just a few minutes walk and all the main attractions of Turin are easily to reach with a stroll through the historic streets and shops. The large and spacious living room, with a sofa bed, is the heart of the house , which is perfect for a family or a small group of friends. There is a comfortable and well equipped kitchenette; coffee and sugar are available for breakfast. The light-colored bathroom and the spacious bedroom ensure the best comfort.
Personalized check in from 4pm till 8pm. Flexible check in till midnight (on request, with extra fee).
A refined meet & greet multilingual service will welcome you providing detailed information on the apartment, the urban area and how to spend your time during your stay in Turin. Enjoy the city!
Interaction with our hosts is very important to us! Please, tell us in advance your passions, what do you like doing in your spare time and what you are looking for in Turin, so that we can provide you with the right advice about tourist spots and how to enjoy your stay.
Emergency phone call assistance is available 24h.
The neighborhood called Centro is the real historical center of the city and the heart of the pulsating life, with its beautiful squares and pedestrian streets rich in shops. Piazza San Carlo, the salon of Turin, from 1618 dedicated to St. Charles Borromeo, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and important squares of the city and it often is the scene of concerts, exhibitions and social and cultural events. It is not only its beauty to make Piazza San Carlo so famous, but above all the important social role it played since the origin: on the square there are several old cafes, where intellectuals and men of culture, but also noble and real, used to meet. Piazza Castello, with the monumental Palazzo Madama and the complex of the Royal Palace, declared Unesco World Heritage Site as the other Savoy residences, preserves the witness of the original period of the city: you can still see the polygonal towers of the medieval gate incorporated in Palazzo Madama. In the large “portico” that surrounds the square there are two of the most characteristic historical cafes of Turin, Mulassano and Baratti & Milano; a few steps away, the beautiful Piazza Carignano, with the palace home of the first Italian Parliament, the theater and the famous Ristorante Del Cambio, frequented by Cavour. Via Carlo Alberto and Via Lagrange, with a particular Parisian flavor, offer the most beautiful shops of the center, while Via Po leads to the river along a row of beautiful “porticato”. The neighborhood is very lively during the day, full of tourists and people from Turin. In the evening you can taste the typical local dishes in the numerous restaurants and stroll through the lighted streets of the city center while enjoying an ice cream in the summer or a Moroccan in the winter, but also move to the nearby neighborhood of San Salvario (just 5 minutes walk), one of the Turin nightlife destinations.
Turin awaits you with its wonderful architecture and its magnificent museums. You can't miss the Egyptian Museum, the oldest museum worldwide entirely dedicated to the civilization developed around the river Nile and considered to be the second most important just behind the one in Cairo. Another “must to do” in the city is the National Cinema Museum, located inside the well known symbol of Turin, the Mole Antonelliana: you will live the magic of the cinema and get on the top of the Mole to see the beautiful landscape of the city. If you are wandering around, don't forget the Royal Palace , the Museum of Oriental Art (MAO), the Automobile Museum, the Valentino Park with its Medieval Village and Vittorio Veneto Square, one of the biggest in Europe, next to the river Po. Just a few kilometres away from the city, you will reach the gorgeous Reggia di Venaria and the imposing hunting castle of Stupinigi.
A professional multilingual guide service (on request and with extra charge) will make you discover the city with interesting (URL HIDDEN) and fascinating stories from the past. If you decide to exend your stay, we suggest you to explore the beautiful surroundings : the Olympic Valleys, where you can do activities like trekking, biking, rafting, ski and snowboarding, or the Langhe, where you will taste a wide range of typical food and wines, deep in the green beautiful hills.