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Langhe landscapes UNESCO

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Outstanding - recommend biking

We biked from Charasco to Asti (over 2 days) using the back roads through the valleys with hilltop... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2018
Auckland, New Zealand
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Piedmont can be discovered in a Slow way!

Hills, landscape, good food, excellent wine! What else? A new way to have holidays! You can... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2018
Laura M
Alba, Italy
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Reviewed 23 June 2018 via mobile

We biked from Charasco to Asti (over 2 days) using the back roads through the valleys with hilltop villages, grapevines spreading down the valleys with hazelnut groves & fruit orchards at the foot of the hills. It is an amazing way to embrace the scenery...More

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Reviewed 19 June 2018

Hills, landscape, good food, excellent wine! What else? A new way to have holidays! You can discover this area with a Tour (I know a little Tour operator called SlowDays that organizes a tailor-made tour for all budgets). You can go with a vespa, with...More

2  Thank Laura M
Reviewed 17 June 2018 via mobile

Beautiful! We started from Carru' and following quiet and panoramic streets we went to Belvedere Langhe, enjoying the hills and mountain panoramas. The long climb from Bastia Mondovì is supported by the view of Roccaciglie' castle.Then downhill to Dogliani for rest and drink.Bikes and e-bikes...More

Thank ZripsAmazingTrips
Reviewed 20 May 2018 via mobile

We spent the better part of a week walking a combination of the BartoBar trail and the Grand Traversata, beginning and ending in Alba. This is a beautiful landscape of vineyards, hazelnut groves, chestnut forests and picturesque, historic (usually hilltop) villages and towns, and -...More

Thank Andrew C
Reviewed 10 November 2017

we went over the hills with a bus savouring the beautiful landscape , the small villages strewn over the soft hillside all of them with at least one church

2  Thank marvinge
Reviewed 26 October 2017

My second visit for the Tartufo Biano feria...and love driving around this sublime countryside with the winding roads, vineyards to the horizon, and nature a go go

Thank barefootsusyq
Reviewed 18 October 2017

We stayed in the area for two weeks in autumn, having driven our own car down from Britain. This is a truly stunning area, though the roads are not for faint-hearted drivers - tornanti (hairpin bends) absolutely everywhere, and sometimes not a lot of room...More

Thank GillianOWarwickshire
Reviewed 17 October 2017

Visited Alba for the Tartufo Bianco festival and drove through neighbouring wine areas. Autumn colours, soon after harvesting were wonderful although vista often foreshortened with haze.

Thank Driller53
Reviewed 13 October 2017

Cycling is a great way to really appreciate this rolling landscape. There are hills, but biking slows the pace so that you can really take in the beauty of this wine country. Probably tasting the wine and biking are not a good combination though. It...More

Thank Holly R
Reviewed 9 October 2017

The landscapes were amazing, and we really enjoyed driving around - well, I enjoyed a little more than my hubby, who was the designated driver. ;) It was unfortunate that there were not many observation points where you can park comfortably and enjoy the view,...More

Thank diana0618
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