Ganz Landscape Architects went on an excursion to Turin, Italy. On the first day, Turin artist Angelo Garoglio led us on a tour of the city centre, spoke on the history of Turin, and showed us the beautiful grand squares and baroque buildings. The high point of the day was visiting `Casa Mollino`, where Fulvio Ferarri told us about the famous architect, engineer, designer and photographer, Carlo Mollino. The next day we went to the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo and the baroque gardens of Villa Della Regina, a palace in Turin. We then toured Castello Rivoli, a museum devoted to contemporary art, and learned about the life and work of Achille Bonito Oliva, one of the most influential curators and historians of contemporary art. During our stay in Turn, we enjoyed culinary pleasures and savoured the celebration of dining together with enthusiasm in the Italian way.