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Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region
"Specially selected wine producers will enable you to taste flavors and specialties of the Piedmontese tradition. Choose between a half day or a full day tour: Half Day Wine Tour (5 hours) Barolo village tour tasting a glass of wine at Marchesi di Barolo wineryStop at La Morra panoramic BelvedereVisit and wine tasting at Cordero di Montezemolo winery in La Morra Full Day Wine Tour (9 hours) Barolo village tour tasting a glass of wine at Marchesi di Barolo wineryStop at La Morra panoramic BelvedereVisit and wine tasting at Cordero di Montezemolo winery in La MorraLunch at La Morra restaurant Bovio (gourmet lunch)Guided tour of Alba the town of the white truffle tasting Piedmontese specialties at Tartufi and CoPlease note that at time the wineries can be closed due to events vintage shows or private events. In the event they aren't available
From EUR158.00
 
Asti Walking Tour
"Asti is a gem of Northern Italy. Less known than other Italian cities Asti reveals its century-long history in a city-centre rich in medieval towers and noble palaces once owned by powerful banker families recognized for their power all over Europe. Our journey back in time will start at the time of the Romans who founded later an independent medieval town that fought against Alba Milan Genoa and many foreign conquerors imposing its own rules and even its own currency. We will admire some paintings dating back to the XV century one of the first examples of Renaissance influence here in Piedmont. The impressive Cathedral
From EUR19.00
 
Turin City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"With great views from the top of the bus strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary this the hop-on hop-off city tour truly is the best way to see the sights of Turin. You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. There are nine stops on Line A and nine stops on Line B give you the chan Piazza San Carlo Parco del Valentino and more. Both routes are connected by Stop 1: Piazza Castello and take approximately 60 minutes to complete a full circuit. Alternatively upgrade to the combination tour (including Line A and Line B) and to experience the best the city has to offer as you see all of Turin’s essential things to do. The combination tour takes approximately two hours to complete."
From EUR16.00

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What is that ?

This structure stands on the outskirts of Santa Vittoria d’Alba, 6 km from Bra, 8 km from Alba, 3 km from Pollenzo. It is in the middle of a grass plot enclosed by a neat fence. As the grid was open,...
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University of Gastronomic Sciences

The main building of the Neo-Gothic farming complex built by Charles-Albert is an imposing square building that was bought and restored in 1999 by Agenzia di Pollenzo S.p.A.Pollenzo is now the seat of...
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Neo-Gothic Chiesa di san Vittore, Pollenzo

Chiesa di san Vittore (Saint Victor Church) was built in a Neo-Gothic style by architect Ernesto Melano. In the church, Carlo Bellosio painted the Martyrdom of Saint Victor. The delicately carved...
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Piazza Vittorio-Emmanuele, Pollenzo

During the Middle Ages, the antique Pollentia was almost entirely destroyed and deserted. From 1762, Pollenzo belonged to the estates of the Dukes of Savoie. They were the first to be interested in...
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A glimpse at the ancient structure

Inside the house, the ancient structures can be seen and sometimes have been put on display but all houses are private and I had not the opportunity to visit any.Outside, very little of the ancient...
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Where is the outer wall of the amphitheater ?

Houses around the gardens are amazingly arranged in a wide circle. The street follows the circle of the amphitheater and the houses on the left used the outer wall of the amphitheater as their...
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Where is the amphitheater ?

The ancient town of Pollentia on the left bank of the Tanaro is known today as Pollenzo. In the antiquity Pollentia stood at a cross road of military importance: on the road from Augusta Taurinorum...
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Residences of the Royal House of Savoy

The Residences of the Royal House of Savoy have been inscribed in 1967 on the Unesco World Heritage list with the following comment (quote):When Emmanuel-Philibert, Duke of Savoy, moved his capital to...
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Chiesa DOM et San Antonino Mart.

Another church in the same street bears the inscription “DOM et San Antonino Mart.” (Saint Anthony martyr). I have not found any information on this church. It seems to be also in a baroque style but...
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Chiesa Santa Maria degli Angeli o dei Frati

Chiesa Santa Maria degli Angeli o dei Frati (Church Saint Mary of the Angels or of the brothers) stands on Piazza XX Settembre (XX September Square). It is a baroque church with a curved front, built...
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Chiesa Santa Chiara, the dome

I came back to see if from the right of the church the dome was better seen. It shows a little more, but not much. There were grids that did not allow to walk around the church and get closer to the...
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Chiesa Santa Chiara

Chiesa Santa Chiara stands on Via Barbacana (Barbacana Street), at the crossing with Via Craveri (Craveri Street). It is a Rococo church built on a project from the architect Antonio Vittone between...
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Piazza Giovanni Arpino, 37, Bra, Piedmont, 12042, Italy
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Via Amedeo di Savoia 8, Bra, 12060, Italy
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