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    Langhe, A Sensory Experience

    Langhe, A Sensory Experience
    Starts from

    Turin

    Transportation

    By Car

    Guidance

    Self-Guided

    Activities

    45

    Duration

    4 days

    Length

    248 mi

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    Starts from

    Turin

    Transportation

    By Car

    Guidance

    Self-Guided

    Duration

    4 days

    Length

    248 mi

    Natural AttractionsGastronomyActive Leisure
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    • The vast selection of wines from the Langhe area.
    • The giant colorful benches where you can take beautiful photographs.
    • Walking among hills covered with vineyards and hazel trees.
    • The storks in the Racconigi nature reserve.
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    Between the provinces of Cuneo and Asti we find the land of the Langhe: hills that seem to have no end, covered with rows of vines that bear fruit in the summer and after the harvest turn into fine wines. Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Roero. These are wines you have probably already tried. And if you haven't yet, this trip will introduce you to flavors you can't live without later. For the ladies, Dolcetto is a "gentler" wine. The Langhe is also a land of truffles: the Alba Truffle is certainly the best known. Hazelnuts, the kind you find in typical Piedmontese ciocciolatini. I bet your mouth is already watering! There are so many specialties to taste, we will see them as we go along.
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    Between the provinces of Cuneo and Asti we find the land of the Langhe: hills that seem to have no end, covered with rows of vines that bear fruit in the summer and after the harvest turn into fine wines. Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Roero. These are wines you have probably already tried. And if you haven't yet, this trip will introduce you to flavors you can't live without later. For the ladies, Dolcetto is a "gentler" wine. The Langhe is also a land of truffles: the Alba Truffle is certainly the best known. Hazelnuts, the kind you find in typical Piedmontese ciocciolatini. I bet your mouth is already watering! There are so many specialties to taste, we will see them as we go along.
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    • The vast selection of wines from the Langhe area.
    • The giant colorful benches where you can take beautiful photographs.
    • Walking among hills covered with vineyards and hazel trees.
    • The storks in the Racconigi nature reserve.
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    Travel itinerary

    Grapes That Become Wine In A UNESCO Heritage Land
    14 Activities

    Day 1

    72 mi4 mi

    Grapes That Become Wine In A UNESCO Heritage Land

    Between the provinces of Cuneo and Asti we find the land of the Langhe: hills that seem to have no end, covered with rows of vines that bear fruit in the summer and after harvest turn into fine wines. Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Roero. These are wines you have probably already tried. And if you haven't yet, this trip will introduce you to flavors that you won't be able to live without later. For the ladies, Dolcetto is a "gentler" wine. The Langhe is also a land of truffles: the Alba Truffle is certainly the best known. Hazelnuts, the kind you find in typical Piedmontese ciocciolatini. I bet your mouth is already watering! There are so many specialties to taste, we'll see them as we go along.
    21:00
    Alba, Capital Of Good Wine And Truffles
    10 Activities

    Day 2

    36 mi0.2 mi

    Alba, Capital Of Good Wine And Truffles

    Perhaps the name "Alba" to many people will not say anything, but certainly everyone knows that of "Nutella": the famous spreadable cream was born right here. In fact, you will see that in addition to vines, the vegetation is also home to many hazelnut plants, at the foot of which truffles, another specialty of this small village, are often found. On today's day we will taste some excellent Barolo and there will be no shortage of photography on the giant bench, this time red!
    21:00
    From the Langhe to the Roero
    13 Activities

    Day 3

    33 mi3 mi

    From the Langhe to the Roero

    We have breakfast and then get ready for another day of castles, good wine, good food: Monteforte d'Alba, Novello, Serralunga Castle, another giant bench, today pink!
    21:20
    Storks & Flowers, A Day Dedicated to Nature.
    8 Activities

    Day 4

    108 mi

    Storks & Flowers, A Day Dedicated to Nature.

    Today we end our itinerary, but along the way I suggest you visit the Stork Center and Pralormo Castle, known for its tulips.

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