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Holidays in Piedmont means experiencing a varied territory with magnificent hilly landscapes and snow-capped peaks. A region that with its wines, typical foods and its natural beauties will conquer you immediately. Discover now the best locations and regions of Piedmont and find ideas for your next trip.
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Discover the region

Both in the north, in the west and in the south, the region, which is largely shaped by the Po Valley and the Piedmontese hills, is bounded between the high mountain walls of the Alps toward France and the Apennines in the south. Only in the east, the border with Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna is flat and open. But it is precisely the mountains that reach heights of over 4600 m in the north with the Monte Rosa, which make the area a paradise for outdoor activists.

Magical valleys and castles

Piedmont overlooks the French Alps, a strategic position, which has always represented a border area that needs surveillance and control. Therefore, the region is rich in ruins, castles and other fortified places with great historical values.
Monastery · Turin
Sacra di San Michele

Michael, the Prince of God’s angels that fight and defeat the dragon Satana and the insurgent ...

from Simone Vaccari,   Outdooractive Editors
Stronghold · Alpi di Cuneo e colline di Langhe Monferrato Roero
Grinzane Cavour Castle
Alpi di Cuneo e colline di Langhe Monferrato Roero

from Stefan Premer,   Outdooractive Editors
Castle · Biella
Roppolo Castle

The so-called Roppolo Castle is a historichal building whose origins go back to a tower built in the ...

from Lisa Burgstaller,   Outdooractive Editors
Castle · Alpi di Cuneo e colline di Langhe Monferrato Roero
Serralunga Castle
Alpi di Cuneo e colline di Langhe Monferrato Roero

The castle was built in the XIV century under the command of Pietrino Falletti, who inherited the ...

from Simone Vaccari,   Outdooractive Editors