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UNESCO made a brilliant choice adding this astounding wine region. The hills, fog and hilltop villages are stunning. Each village or winery is a treasure hunt and both eye candy and culinary treat. We came in fall. The weather was gentle and the fall colors...More
Rolling hills, soft breezes, intense sun around harvest time, the entire Langhe is a treasure. Its curving roads deliver one scenery after another, with medieval castles, classic churches, cozy restaurants and lively wine bars. No wonder UNESCO listed the entire region as a patrimony of...More
Just rent a car and tour this wonderful region. Head for small country roads and stop often to take pictures.Langhe hills are UNESCO world heritage hills.Wine villages are lovely waiting for you to taste their wine.King of the reds Barolo is very rich. I prefered...More
We biked from Charasco to Asti (over 2 days) using the back roads through the valleys with hilltop villages, grapevines spreading down the valleys with hazelnut groves & fruit orchards at the foot of the hills. It is an amazing way to embrace the scenery...More
Hills, landscape, good food, excellent wine! What else? A new way to have holidays! You can discover this area with a Tour (I know a little Tour operator called SlowDays that organizes a tailor-made tour for all budgets). You can go with a vespa, with...More
Beautiful! We started from Carru' and following quiet and panoramic streets we went to Belvedere Langhe, enjoying the hills and mountain panoramas. The long climb from Bastia Mondovì is supported by the view of Roccaciglie' castle.Then downhill to Dogliani for rest and drink.Bikes and e-bikes...More
We spent the better part of a week walking a combination of the BartoBar trail and the Grand Traversata, beginning and ending in Alba. This is a beautiful landscape of vineyards, hazelnut groves, chestnut forests and picturesque, historic (usually hilltop) villages and towns, and -...More