Langhe e Roero

A treasure trove of art, history, and nature

Why visit the Langhe
and Roero region, you ask?

There are so many reasons to visit the Langhe and Roero region, any time of the year: ancient castles, beautiful landscapes and a fascinating food and wine culture.

Let’s discover together some more details about this part of Piedmont.

The Langhe region

Sandwiched between two rivers, the Tanaro and the Bormida, this area is known for its beautiful rolling hills and valleys lined with vines (the so-called Bassa Langa), as well as for its fortified villages surrounded by woods and hazelnut fields (the fascinating Alta Langa).
Alba is one of its most important towns, famous all over the world for its truffle auction, the wine and its many culinary delights.
Barolo is also a town not to be missed, it embodies the essence of one of the most noble wines of Piedmont, which bears the same name.
The Langhe region is beautiful all year round, even if in Autumn it’s simply magical, thanks to the wonderful foliage.

We personally recommend coming to the Langhe e Roero region in late Spring to enjoy it without the crowds.

For further information visit the website:
www.turismoinlanga.it

The Roero region

First of all, Roero is the name for a geographical and historical area in Piedmont comprising of 24 municipalities, located in the northeastern part of the province of Cuneo.
The left bank of the Tanaro river separates this area from the Langhe, which, together with Monferrato is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
The Roero region extends to the provinces of Turin and Asti and is a great destination for anyone wanting to unwind and escape the city. Here you’ll find excellent food and wine, beautiful landscapes and great trails for outdoor sports. 

For further information visit the website.
www.roeroturismo.it

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Govone

The town we call home! It was once a favorite destination of the Royal House of Savoy, so much so that they built a beautiful castle here, which has been recently restored and opened to the public.
The castle is surrounded by a large park with a tree-lined avenue where many events take place throughout the year.

The most famous in Winter is certainly Il Magico Paese di Natale (The Magic Christmas Village), with a nice market in tow.
In Spring, however, the flowers of the royal rose garden, are the protagonists of Regalmente Rosa, along with a market set up in the park and outdoor activities.

Not to be outdone is Tulipani a corte (Tulips at court), an event that celebrates the beginning of the Summer season with the flowering of the red tulips at the castle that have been growing there, spontaneously, for years.

For further information visit the website.
www.castellorealedigovone.it

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