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Piedmont is one of the largest regions in Italy. It almost entirely covers the northwestern section of Italy. Turin, the province capital, is one of the most beatiful cities of Europe. For centuries it was the capital of the Savoy Dynasty and, for a brief period, also of united Italy. Ancient Savoy residences such as the Royal Palace, Madama Palace, Carignano Palace, and Valentino Castle grace its old city centre, while its collections in the Egyptian Museum, Royal Armory, and numerous art museums have enriched its artistic patrimony. However, the capital of Piedmont is also one of the strongholds of advanced technology in Europe as well as one of its most important industrial centres. Othes Savoy residences the Stupinigi Hunting Lodge, the Racconigi and Aglie Castles, and many other monuments of this dynasty that loved beatiful things - dot the fertile countryside. The Ranverso, Vezzolano, and Novalesa Abbeys, the Sant'Andrea Basilica in Vercelli, the Turin Cathedral which hosts the Sacred Shroud, and the numerous Sacred Mounts are just a few of the most important religious monuments of Piedmont, testimonies of centuries of history.
The whole region offers first class tourist facilities and will welcome you with a proposal of a wide range of accommodation solutions: hotels, residence self catering accommodation, farm holiday, farmhouse, bed&breakfasts, tourist villages, camping sites and holiday homes.
Its towering mountain chain that includes Monviso, Gran Paradiso and Mount Rosa guarantees unique opportunities for all types of winter sports in hundreds of old and new localities.
The particularly suggestive hilly regions of the Langhe and Monferrato are dotted with castles and picturesque villages. The area surrounding Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta is also an elitist tourist destination that combines the beauty of the landscape with the opulence of the mansions and palaces surrounded by lush gardens such as the famous Villa Taranto at Pallanza. The region's great love of nature, which has existed for centuries, can be seen in its numerous regional parks and protected areas that rigorously protect the local fauna and flora. There are innumerable opportunities to enjoy sports activities in close contact with nature on the lakes, along the rivers, in the forests, or in the special sporting facilities. All one has to do is take one's pick! And finally, the typical agricultural products of Piedmont deserve to be mentioned. Along with ist world-famous DOCG and DOC wines and cheese, Piedmont offers choice meats and rice, which is one of the region's most important export products. Also, the grand centuries-old tradition of Piedmont gastronomy is fall of delicious, genuine recipes.
Hotels Val Grande
Hotels Colli Tortonesi Valli Curone
Hotels Alta Langa
Hotels Alto Monferrato di Acqui
Hotels Alto Monferrato di Asti
Hotels Bassa Langa
Hotels Basso Monferrato di Asti
Hotels Gran Paradiso National Park
Hotels Lake Maggiore
Hotels Lake Orta
Hotels Langa Astigiana
Hotels Langa Monregalese
Hotels Monferrato Casalese
Hotels Monferrato Colline di Chieri
Hotels National Park Val Grande
Hotels Susa Valley
Hotels Upper Susa Valley
Hotels Val Sarmassa Special Nature Reserve