Via Garibaldi, Turin’s oldest thoroughfare, is the ideal place from which to get a feel for the atmosphere in which Turin’s art has been enjoyed by patrons, artists and the public.
The “Museo Diffuso di via Garibaldi” is an enchanting itinerary that casts new light on the historic centre by reconnecting:
- the capital’s “control zone” (which can now be visited as part of the Royal Museums system)
- the cathedral complex, whose lower church hosts the Diocesan Museum
- the churches of Via Dora Grossa, the city’s oldest and liveliest thoroughfare