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8 Gallery Lingotto Torino, Turin

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  • Visited during an exhibition it seemed fair to reflect very briefly about the history of this area of buildings that is today the Lingotto in Turin. The whole complex is situated in the Nice Millefonti, which occupies an area between Via Nizza (from 230 to number 294) and a branch of the railway, adjacent to the neighborhood. It is easily accessible both by car and by public transport. For much of the 20th century has been one of the main production facilities of a well known car factory, quit the production activity the building has been transformed into a large multipurpose centre which covers an area of over 70,000 square meters, organized in a modular fashion. The covered area is divided into five pavilions coplanar, linked together, which also include conference rooms, a Convention Center and a parking system by over five thousand people. Within the Ingot have registered various activities (restaurants, bars, shops that give rise to a large shopping mall).
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  • It's not so much for commercial, but for the whole of the location. Housed in the old FIAT factories sprung up here before Mirafiori, outside and the backbone, are those of its original construction. Then adapted to modern standards, but from the outside, your view of the colossal architecture makes us fly with our minds at the time of its industrial use at the heart of a workers ' Association of our fathers. Is not a farfetched flight of fancy: comes by itself, squinting and glimpse what appeared a few decades ago; If not exactly to us directly, our countrymen and relatives that still could tell. Under the commercial aspect, there is a good presence of stores of all merchandise, and sufficient particularity, delicious choice of places to eat. Also a mega Store, a multiplex cinema and in immediate proximity, Eataly.
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  • Welcome you on arrival to exhibition areas: non-working escalators, elevators for panic, concrete staircase with steps chipped and sticking out dangerously. Inside is a little better, but not much. If long ago proposed a revival of the Mall, I think it is necessary to refer to a partial failure. The only positive is that you walk inside and warm.
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  • Incredible store with many rooms and nooks and crannies. Wine department was very helpful in finding what I was looking for. Great selection of pretty much all Italian goods, and the restaurant was quick, efficient, and delicious.
  • A place dedicated to showcasing the best of Italy's culture of food. A series of restaurants for various types of food: meat, pasta, etc. Each intended to showcase local ingredients and methods. Everything is organized in a way to suggest methods to utilize these ingredients at home at the same level of the restaurants within, to inspire. Would love it if more of these opened in the United States other than the two on the east coast.
  • If you are an foreigner and what to buy italian treats, that is the place. Best quality.
  • The thing I don't like at Eataly is that you must go around the various isles of food to get your dinner. In one area they prepare meat, in another they cook pasta, and so on. If you want to eat fish and your girlfriend likes pasta you need to cross all the resturant (or to be more precise, the supermarket) to get your dishes. Eating at Eataly is quite expensive.
  • Fresh foods! Wide range of all italian products from wine to chocolate and everything in between, it's a really cool place as a market/ mall. Tip: Regional wine from 2.5€/L downstairs. Got a little disappointed with the restaurant there, where 10.5€ pasta was plain and boring, waitors did not seem to care and pizza was not of good quality. Recommend to check it out though!