Piemonte (Piedmont)

Piemonte (Piedmont)

It’s considerably one of the most surprising and welcoming parts of Italy. Rolling hills and castles just as abundant as they are in Umbria and Tuscany yet there is something different and magical about this place. The remnants of its old French connections and its deep traditions in foodie culture allow it to stand out yet remain hidden from the keen eyes of summer tourists. Countless truffles await to be foraged, while bottles of red Barolo and Barbaresco wines flow plentifully.

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Bagna Cauda

Anchovies and garlic as only ingredients, welcome to one of Piemonte most interesting recipe.

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A traditional risotto bianco, except this one is flavored with red borlotti beans, Salam d'la Duja and pork rind.

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A delicious flan made with amaretti cookies, chocolate and rum.

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Stay in Piemonte (Piedmont)

One Day

Relax in one place and explore the wonders of Torino. Historic urban charm is on heavy promotion here as every corner seems to have a belle-epoch cafe within reach. See the shroud of Turin for yourself at the Cattedrale di San Giovanni Battista or spend the afternoon strolling the gardens at Venaria Reale. Don’t forget the Egiptian Museum!

Three Days

Time for a food tour. Sample some of Alba’s white gold truffles during the fall, have a bite of mouth watering panissa in Asti, and wash it all down with some of the region’s highly recognizable Barolo and Barbaresco wines.

One Week

Leave the city life, go explore the countryside, and have your heart skip a beat when you look upon the surrounding Alps. Head to the Gran Paradiso National Park for a taste of nature and Oasi Zegna for trekking or snowshoeing in winter.