Ticino - Part I4:39 PM
Ciao everyone! My trip around Milano and Switzerland ended yesterday, and although it's been an incredible journey, full of good experiences and moments, I love getting back home and tell you all I've seen there!
Traveling with a huge group of students which everything they want to see and understand is architecture isn't always easy, so our first days were specially exhausting and non-stop at all. But, let me say that this journey has been very inspirational, and has filled my head with new ideas, projects, and desires to start new things.
This post is about what we saw on our first days, around Milan (my dream of walking around on the Galleria Vittorio Emmanuelle finally came true, yay!), Como and it's lake (breathtaking landscapes). It's been a bit difficult, but I've also tried to include a bit of ''traveling fashion'' as most known for ''outfits on the go'' pictures for you, so you can also take some ideas for your coming trips! Matching clothes when you're visiting a lot of different places in a really small lapse of time is a real challenge you have to deal with when traveling...
Luigi Bocconi University building is one of the most amazing places I've discovered on this trip. It is an open, bright space and gives an impressive feeling of lightness when you're inside. Amazing location to take pictures!
Of course, Galleria Vittorio Emanuelle II and Duomo are the most visited places where I couldn't avoid taking pictures. Two majestic buildings, large and complicated to build. I love how they are structured!
Shoes for walking? Black espadrilles for the win! Comfy and fashionable outfit on the go. Also, don't forget your sunnies!
Como's Lake was another breathtaking visit we couldn't lose. Colorful and antique mansions and houses on the other side of the lake. As you can see, the outfits usually follow the same pattern: espadrilles, black and white clothes and my new camera bag which has been named ''the Amanda Poppins bag''.