The Langhe


Discover the treasure of these lands, which became part of the Unesco Heritage in 2014. Fascinating medieval towns where renowned wines originate (Barolo and Barbaresco), enchanting landscapes to explore whilst riding an original Italian Vespa or on board a vintage car, to end the day with the savours and aromas of the great Piedmontese culinary tradition.

Day 1: First sight of the Langhe treasure
Arrival, visit of Grinzane Cavour, with its famous fortified castle and the original Regional Enoteca, created in 1967. Check in to the hotel and free time for relaxing at the hotel pool side, and welcome “aperitivo” in the hotel before dinner.

Castle of Grinzane Cavour
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Day 2: A wonderful Tour
Original guided Vespa tour amidst wonderful landscapes, beautiful villages, rolling hills and vineyards. The tour passes to Barolo, where you will dine on local food whilst tasting the wines of one of the most famous producers of this small Medieval town, which has given its name to the most famous Piedmontese wine in the world. After a brief stop in Neive, one of the most beautiful small towns in Italy with amazing views over the area, you will arrive in Barbaresco. Here you will enjoy a tasting of its wine and a visit of town, with its Medieval tower and its vineyards.

Day 3: Food: Science, Experience and Heritage
Visit to Pollenzo (Bra), ancient Roman city. The first university of food in the world was created here ten years ago. The University of Gastronomic Sciences and the “Bank of Wine”, that you will visit, are a complex of buildings part of the Unesco Heritage. They have been promoted by Slow Food, a non-profit association which promotes in every part of the world “good, clean and fair food”.


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