On Friday we drove back east, so we had the chance to enjoy the view, as the way from Milan to Bra on Tuesday, the day of our arrival, was pitch dark by the time we drove.

As we approached Turin, the rural areas transformed to what the modern world looks like today: rapidly rebuilt areas, after the Second World War, with a city planning structure, protected by the Roman architectural mastery of the past.

At Parco di Nora, the Salone di Gusto gathering occupied such a huge place hosting kiosks with food producers and artisans from across the world. Organized by Slow Food, the Region of Piedmont and the City of Turin, “Terra Madre Salone del Gusto” is an international gastronomy exhibition.

Our presentation took place at 12:00 at UniSG’s kiosk, and the most touching part was the students’ presentations. Before departing for the airport we had our last meeting, praising the hard work and the final outcome of this project.