Home of the Book

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The romantic attic, with a view above the roof tops, consists of a room with a double bed, a kitchen and a bathroom with a shower. It also has air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, a TV and an armchair, placed in the reading corner, with impressive views over the rooftops of Turin.

 

Accessing the attic is possible through the use of the elevator to get to the fourth floor followed by a short flight of stairs.
It is furnished with details that reflect on Turin’s book publishers’ world.

 

Turin is home to the renown Book Fair (Salone del Libro e di Portici di Carta) and it has stimulated innovative and experimental initiatives located in many sites naturally dedicated to books and reading, such as the Readers’ Circle (Circolo dei Lettori) and the Holden School. Turin, home to the Einaudi publishing house, is the birth place of writers such as Primo Levi, Natalia Ginzburg, Carlo Fruttero, Franco Lucentini, Emilio Salgari and was home to the Piedmontese Cesare Pavese and Beppe Fenoglio.
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