Savour a glass of
He who has not tasted Barolo in the Langhe land cannot say that he has experienced Piedmont. Only plunging into the sea of waving hills almost entirely covered with grape vines, crowned by castles and charming villages can one understand the complexity of this fascinating nectar.
Cycling among the hills
Discover our region in a healthy and sustainable way. Ride through the rolling vineyards, among fresh woods in the mountains, travelling up and down charming hamlets and colorful valleys or along crystal clear lakes. An alternative way to enjoy the landscapes and the art of our land, combining sport and nature.
Crown of Delights
Get to know 21 royal residences built between XV and XVII centuries for the amusement and recreation of Savoy dukes, the first Kings of Italy. Live the courtyard life by discovering the pompous dwellings, included by UNESCO among World Heritage Sites, exploring picturesque parks and gardens and attending temporary exhibitions.
Meet His Majesty the Truffle
Only in Piedmont you will have the chance to taste exquisite white truffle, the real king of our regional cuisine. Don’t miss the events dedicated to this precious mushroom, the International Alba White Truffle Fair and many other regional and national fairs. You’ll be inebriated by the intense aroma of truffles and you will have the chance to taste it and to take part in a truffle hunting.
Visit the first Capital of Italy
Walking along Romanesque ruins, going up medieval towers, visiting the Savoyard capital… but Turin is also famous for its historic cafés, the Holy Shroud, and the Mole Antonelliana which hosts the National Cinema Museum of Turin. These are just some attractions you can find in this multicultural, industrial and green city.
Mountains mon Amour
Mountain peaks covered with snow, badlands... The Italian region at the feet of the mountains offers various opportunities to practice both summer and winter sports. Turin is surrounded by over 400 km of mountains, from Maritime Alps, to Monviso, stretching as far as Monte Rosa Massif. Winter skiing or summer excursions, you pick it!
Discover 7 jewels of architecture set between the mountains, unique in their symbolic meaning and spiritual beauty, which have inspired similar works in great part of the Catholic Europe. Nestled in welcoming surroundings, sanctuaries and chapels, are priceless artistic treasures that can be admired along Piedmont’s worship itineraries.
The Path of the Romanesque
Asti is a charming province with a rich history. This area has preserved several Romanesque treasures that cannot be missed. The path of the Romanesque includes some of the main examples of Romanesque architecture such as the Church of Santa Maria di Viatosto and the Church of San Secondo at Cortazzone. We won’t miss the celebrated Vezzolano Abbey, one of the six emblematic monuments of the Piedmont Region and a jewel of Romanesque architecture.