Living in a new city is always exciting. You spend your first days, weeks and even months exploring. Finding the best shopping district, visiting the museums, and eating your weight in gelato. After a while, normality sets in and nothing seems new. The occasional bar may change names, a new pizzeria will open up but there isn’t anything out of the ordinary or new to do. You think… “Is there anything left to discover?”
I’ve often said that to myself the answer will always be ‘NO’! There is always something to do or see no matter what city you’re in. You just have to think (sometimes creatively). So not long ago, the hubster and I were in a bookshop and I spotted 101 Cose da fare in Torino almeno una volta nella vita (101 Things to do in Torino at least once in your life). Some of these things obvious (#74walk up to Monte dei Cappuccini), others are silly (#99 Take Venus de Milo home without getting arrested).
So, expect to see quite of few awesome and sometimes silly things to do in Torino. That way, you can never say, “There wasn’t much to do in Torino.”