ATMs/Banks -- There are banks with multilingual ATMs all over the city center. Opening hours are roughly Monday to Friday 8:30am to 1:30pm and 2:30 to 4:30pm.

Business hours -- Turin works a 40-hour business week, usually 9am to 4:30pm. Stores are open Monday to Saturday from 9am–1pm and 4 to 7:30pm.

Consulates -- The consulates of the U.S., Canada, U.K., Australia, and New Zealand are in Milan.

Dentists -- Dr. Marco Capitanio at Via Treviso 24/G, (; (tel) 34-7157-8802), speaks fluent English.

Doctors -- The Medical Center at Corso Einaudi, 18/A (; (tel) 011-591-388) has some English-speaking staff.

Drugstores -- A convenient late-night pharmacy is Farmacia Boniscontro, Corso Vittorio Emanuele 66 ((tel) 011-538-271); it is open all night but closes 12:30 to 3pm as well as on Saturday and Sunday. The website gives the opening hours of most of Turin’s central pharmacies.

Emergencies -- All emergency numbers are free. Call (tel) 112 for a general emergency; this connects to the Carabinieri, who will transfer your call as needed; for the police, dial (tel) 113; for a medical emergency or an ambulance, call (tel) 118; for the fire department, call (tel) 115.

Hospitals -- The Ospedale Mauriziano Umberto I, Largo Filippo Turati 62 (; (tel) 011-508-1111), offers a variety of medical services.

Internet -- Most Turin cafes, bars, restaurants, and hotels now offer Wi-Fi. Otherwise try Bunet Internet Wine Café atVia San Quintino, 13/f(;(tel) 011-440-7517); it’s open daily 9am to 1am. Or try FNAC on Via Roma 56 ((tel) 011-551-6711), open Monday to Saturday 9:30am to 8pm, Sunday 10am to 8pm.

Police -- In an emergency, call (tel) 113; this is a free call. The central police station (Questura Torino) is near Stazione di Porta Susa at Corso Vinzaglio 10 ((tel) 011-558-81).

Post Office -- Turin’s main post office, just west of Piazza San Carlo at Via Alfieri 10 ((tel) 011-506-0265), is open Monday to Friday 8:30am to 6:30pm and Saturday from 8:30am to noon. A list of central post offices and opening times can be found at

Safety -- Turin is a relatively safe city, but use the same precautions you would exercise in any large city. Specifically, avoid the riverside streets along the Po when the late-night crowds have gone home.


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