Low-key falling in love with Torino

By the time I had a spare moment to go sight-seeing in Torino, I had already spent a whole weekend dancing. I had seen the gymnasium where the classes were, the venues where the parties were, a few streets in the neighborhood where I wandered in search of some pastries, and the neighborhood where my hosts lived. Nothing particularly exciting. I had about 3 hours to see the city before I had to leave for Bergamo. I’m sure there’s a lot more to see, but what I saw I was already falling for. Beautiful architectural details, great colors… Torino has everything you could want of Northern Italian charm.

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I had a couple bla bla car rides this weekend where my driver only spoke Italian, so I sat there for two hours trying to speak some weird-ass Spanish-Italian pidgin and me cuesta tantiiiiisimo 🇮🇹🇪🇸 now I'm running around here still saying "per favore" instead of "por favor" and my brain hurts 😵 . . . . #italia🇮🇹 #italia #italian #italy #spanish #tori#turin #igerstorino #artnouveau #findesiècle #architecture #travel #travelgram #europe #travelphotography #girlslovetravel #glt  #thetravelwomen #dametraveler #sheisnotlost #wanderlust #girlswhotravel #ladiesgoneglobal #everydayexplorer #passionpassport #girlslovetravel #girlsthatwander #girldiscoverers #travelandlife #femmetravel #femaletravelbloggers

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