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Piemonte, Italy's Langhe Wine District
View over Lake Maggiore, towards Stresa
Torino, Capital of Piemonte Skyline

Piemonte

Cities and Towns in Piemonte

Piedmont tells a tale of snow capped mountains and powerful wines, industrial cities and cultivated countryside, of the Savoy, the Unification of Italy, and the mysteries of Turin, its capital city.

Ancient dominion of the Savoys, and home to important Italian cites like Turin, Novara and Asti, the region of Piedmont shares borders with France and Switzerland and is surrounded, on three sides, by magnificent mountains. The mountains of Piedmont have played a vital role in the history of the Italy, their slopes traversed by important routes of passage which have permitted economic development and cultural exchange. Piedmont is also home to the marvellously romantic Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta, and the Po river which, with its tributaries, creates fascinating configurations across the land. Then there is the enchanting countryside of the Langhe: land of castles, truffles and vineyards, where some of Italy's finest wines are produced.

Like other Italian Regions, Piemonte (or Piedmont) offers the traveler a variety of wonderful landscapes, from the snow-topped mountains in the Alps that border with France and Switzerland, to the rolling foothills that flow out of the mountains, to a wide and fertile plain.  The Italian Region of Lombardia (Lombardy) lies to the west, and Liguria to the south.  The north west corner borders on the Region of Valle D'Aosta.

The capital, Turin, the home of Fiat auto manufacturing, is a large, sprawling, sometimes ugly metropolis that can be off-putting as you drive, bus or train into its old, central district, the "centro".  Once there, however, it is rich in architectural, artistic, and culinary treasures.

All of Italy (and some of France) can be found in Piemonte. Architecturally, styles range from Romanesque, to Gothic, to Renaissance and now, to the ultra modern, which includes the most oppressively mundane to the odd building in Turin and elsewhere that thrills.  Visitors can enjoy the countryside as guests at any one of hundreds of Agriturismi, or can ski, hike, climb, and kayak in the Italian Alps.

 

 

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Villa Bella Alba Piedmonte

Wonderful panoramic villa set in the middle of a vast Barolo vineyard: the Monvigliero. This villa has a big swimming pool (8x16mt), a garden and a private portico with barbecue, and a breathtaking view of the Langhe (the Piedmontese Hills). The villa is furnished with the best Italian-style furniture, a big fireplace in the living area, a large kitchen with all the modern conveniences (a dishwas

Villa Verbania

This villa is a masterpiece of both Italian architecture and natural beauty and offers one of the best viewpoints on the lake. To the ground floor the baroque style porticoes wrap around the villa offering the fortunate visitor a different viewpoint of the lake from each and every room. And the views only become more impressive as one climbs further up this three storey villa.

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