Turin, a photo essay

During my second trip to Milan I decided to go and see Turin since it wasn’t too far. Not only did I get to tick off another Italian region, but I got to see a different type of architecture. In Turin you will see renaissance, baroque, rococo, neoclassical and art nouveau architecture. 

Turin was the first Italian capital and the home of the Italian royal family (the House of Savoy). The city definitely has a regal feel about it.


Beautiful buildings in Turin


My delicious lunch






Grom was started in Turin, so I had to obviously have a gelato from there.



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Have you ever been to Turin? What was your favourite thing about it? 



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