The Lungo Po Antonelli and Nuovo Ponte Regina Margherita are two essential routes to explore Turin, Italy. Both are popular with walkers and cyclists, offering spectacular views of the city and the nearby Alps. Located on the western edge of the city, the Lungo Po Antonelli runs alongside the river Po, while the Nuovo Ponte Regina Margherita connects northern Turin with its main railway station, Porta Nuova. The Lungo Po Antonelli is lined with lavish Baroque architecture, while the Nuovo Ponte Regina Margherita boasts a series of gargoyles, statues and sculptures, which provide plenty of photo opportunities. If you’re lucky, you might catch occasional performances by buskers and street performers, offering a unique insight into Italian culture. At night, both waterfronts become illuminated by a variety of lighting, from historic street lamps to funky patterns, offering unique perspectives of the city.
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