From Corso Bernardino Telesio a pedestrian bridge "throws" us over the Dora Riparia, making us enter the largest city park, the one known as della Pellerina, actually Mario Carrara; after crossing it, Corso Regina Margherita brings us back to the "hard reality" urban, made of traffic and asphalt, but it takes little to find yourself in a real green enclave, the Park of Via Calabria, which is wedged between the area of the Fire Brigade and that of the steel mills, protected by the course of the Dora, beyond which you can see the Castle of Lucento. From here on you walk in a surprising world, made up of urban areas and former industrials recovered to green city; so you pass from the Garden of the former Paracchi area, with its walk along Dora colored with graffiti, to the very long Dora Park, a true masterpiece of former industrial recovery, which through the former Ingest, Vitali and Michelin areas allows you to get to Corso Principe Oddone between paths, walkways, bridges and paths in the green. The most classic of turin's walks, the one along a river, protected by the long tree-lined avenues of Lungo Dora Napoli, then Savona, leads us to our terminus, that is the Royal Pole and San Lorenzo church.
- 9,4 KM
- 60% GREEN
- VALLETTE LUCENTO, MADONNA DI CAMPAGNA, BORGATA VITTORIA, AURORA, CENTRO
- POLO REALE E CHIESA DI SAN LORENZO
- AVERAGE WALKING TIME: 2,5 HOURS