[A LOOK AROUND]

The area, located near the center, is well served by public transportation and is surrounded by cafés, restaurants, taverns, etc.. The neighborhood is famous for its Balon antiques market and for the fruit and vegetable open-market of Porta Palazzo, the largest in Europe. Borgo Dora is also home to The Arsenal of Peace (operated by Missionaries) and the Holden school of creative writing. From here you can easily reach many of the most important museums (the Egyptian Museum, the Museum of Cinema, the Museum of the Risorgimento etc..), historic buildings (Royal Palace, Madama Palace, etc..), places of worship, including the Duomo, which houses the Holy Shroud, theaters (Regio Theatre, Carignano Theatre, etc.), the Rai Auditorium . You should also visit the Palatine Gate, the city’s main evidence of Roman times along with the ancient theater, both situated in the Archaeological Park. And to finish off the day, enjoy the nightlife in the nearby Quadrilatero Romano!