Month

June 2019
Alfieri Palace in Asti
Discover in a Smart Asti by walking through the streets and squares of its historic center. Taste a glass of Moscato D.O.C.G. and visit the places linked to the famous Palio event. Explore the rich historical and artistic heritage of the city by entering 5 sites with a single, convenient ticket. What are the must-see places in the city? How do you get to Piazza Alfieri? Where to take the children for a fun visit...
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Turin
It’s easy to feel at home in Piedmont. Because Piedmont knows how to spoil its visitors, and impress even the most discerning gourmands. All you need to do is get out and about; try one of the numerous itineraries on offer here to discover traditional specialities, wine centres, wine roads, natural parks, castles, Medieval hamlets, Food and wine, History and traditions, Traditional special ties, Nature, Art and architecture and the hills of central Piedmont. Discover...
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unesco heritage sites in Piedmont region
Piedmont in Italy, with the recognition of vineyard landscapes of the Langhe Roero and Monferrato get four sites inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List: in 1997 Residences of the Royal House of Savoy, in 2003 the Sacri Monti of Piedmont and Lombardy and in 2011 Prehistoric Pile dwellings around the Alps. These sites have the common feature of being serial sites, which makes it possible to arrange a visit to at least some of the components...
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Langhe Roero & Monferrato Unesco Heritage map​​
We personally love the wine of Piedmont or as the folk says the wine of Piemonte; this word basically meaning “the foot at the mountains” and that’s exactly where this region in Italy is located, in the northwestern part. In 2014 the major wine-producing area of Langhe, Roero and Monferrato became a UNESCO World Heritage sites The Piedmont capital city is Turin and the most of the action wine wise tends tends to happen a bit south east...
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