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I toretti

Sparsi in tutta la citta | Piazza San Carlo, 10100 Turin, Italy
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Cheapest tap water in town

Turin is famous for the good water delivered publicly along the streets. All the faucets are... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
GiorgioFromTorino
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Turin, Italy
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The symbol of Turin

They are nice and cute and a bit all over the city. Furthermore thaty have drinkable water. Look... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2017
W1878AKanne
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Winnipeg, Canada
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1 week ago
“Cheapest tap water in town”
13 Aug 2017
“The symbol of Turin”
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Sparsi in tutta la citta | Piazza San Carlo, 10100 Turin, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Turin is famous for the good water delivered publicly along the streets. All the faucets are similar in cast iron with the shape of a bull. I hope they remain public for ever.

Thank GiorgioFromTorino
Reviewed 13 August 2017

They are nice and cute and a bit all over the city. Furthermore thaty have drinkable water. Look for them when in Turin!

Thank W1878AKanne
Reviewed 1 May 2017

These nice fountains are a bit all over Turi and as we discover a symbol of the city. The water is potable.

Thank iravasilieva1971
Reviewed 2 March 2017

Nothing particularly fancy about these water fountains, but they are a landmark of Turin and cannot be found anywhere else in the world! So, if you are visiting Turin and happen to pass by a 'Turet' grab your phone and snap a selfie!!! And share...More

Thank mackodenes
Reviewed 27 October 2016

I'm not impressed and It's over rated. It the symbol of Turin. Not much to do. Not much to say about it. It's just simply water fountain with Taurus head.

5  Thank j l
Reviewed 21 June 2016

the road tells a story, just walk along the area but prepare and research before you arrive to get the full value of the visit to this location.

1  Thank vicpk
Reviewed 20 June 2016

All around Turin you can spot these very iconic bottle green drinking water fountains, featuring the head of a bull. The water pours out of its mouth, the water is fine to drink and to refill your water bottle.

1  Thank kpiddy
Reviewed 23 February 2016 via mobile

Most recognizable symbol of Turin. Fresh water available for everyone who is thirsty. Support the local group "I love Turet" if you want to keep these green bulls alive.

Thank EasyTraveller841
Reviewed 1 October 2015

In Italy most people only drink bottle water. However if you go in some small towns, some passing by older ladies would tell you that you should try some fountain water that is free and drinkable. I have been having it and I'm still alive....More

Thank KyleWV
Reviewed 22 July 2015

The toretti are water fountains shaped like bull heads which deliver free fresh water all day long. This is a great service for anyone walking around the city needing some refreshment and they are very nice to look at .

1  Thank N_Navidi
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