Everything you need to know about Palaolimpico, Eurovillage and Euroclubs

Happy Eurovision Week! In a week we will know who comes out on top during this years’ Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin. We already told you how to spend your days exploring the city and where to eat afterwards. Today we’ll tell you everything you need to know the Palaolimpico, Eurovillage and Euroclubs. 

Palasport Olimpico Turin

Palasport Olimpico, or Palaolimpico in short, is a multipurpose indoor arena and this years venue for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022. The arena is located at the Torino Olympic Park in the Santa Rita district. As the name suggests, the building was originally designed for the Winter Olympics in 2006. Future post Olympic events had been taken into account by the architect, which makes the arena very suitable for an event like the Eurovision Song Contest.

Eurovision Village

Get ready for a week full of concerts and fun at the Eurovision Village. Located at the Parco del Valentino, this concert area is perfect to get a taste of the Eurovision atmosphere. You can access the Eurovillage for free, from May 7 until May 14th from 11 AM – midnight. Check out this website for the day to day programme.

Euroclubs

The city of Turin has announced the venues that will serve as the official Euroclubs during the Eurovision Song Contest 2022. The Euroclubs are perfect for a chill afternoon or a cocktail and a danceparty. Delegations of the participating countries use the Euroclubs to host special events to promote their entry. What’s new, is that this year the Euroclubs are accessible for everybody and there are no less than 10 (!) venues! All of the venues offer discounts (at least 10%) to accredited badge holders. Check out our map below to see where they are located.

Clubs

  • Supermarket Club
  • Pick-up Dal 1971

Hubs

  • La Centrale
  • Snodo

Coffee Bars

  • BAUHAUS
  • Otium Pea
  • One Apple

Restaurants

  • Osteria Lanterna
  • Eataly Lingotto

Shop

  • Mercato Centrale Torino

COVID-19

COVID-19 restrictions are still present in some parts of the world. We don’t want any unpleasant surprises for you upon arrival. Check the website of the official Italian authorities, before heading off to Turin. Stay safe!

 

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