Albino Rocca

Albino Rocca is a Barbaresco winery with a modern-style tasting room and a very personal and educational tasting experience and tour.

Allianz Stadium Juventus

Head here for a football match if there is one during your time in the region. Turin’s team is among the best in Italy.

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This Barolo winery is located in Castiglione Falletto and has an excellent tasting experience in a farmhouse with the son of the winemaker.

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Azienda Agricola Giovanni Rosso

This well-known winery in the Serralunga d'Alba area has been run by the Rosso family for generations. Giovanni Rosso is known for its Barolo wines, specifically its single-vineyard Barolo wines such as Vigna Vecchia. At Giovanni Rosso, travelers can visit the barrel room and enjoy a more formal tasting compared to some other wineries in the area. Cooking classes are also available.

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Barolo Chapel

Located right near the town of La Morra, this colorful chapel overlooking the vineyards was designed by the Ceretto family (of Ceretto Winery) and is the most Instagrammed sight in Piedmont.

Cappuchin Hill

Travelers to Turin should visit Cappuchin Hill for beautiful panoramic views of the city from the 17th century chapel’s piazza.

Castello di Rivoli

Castello di Rivoli is a contemporary art museum whose grounds are set in the 17th century residence of the Royal House of Savoy, just outside of Turin.

Castello Falletti di Barolo

At the top of the medieval village of Barolo is Falletti castle, which dates back to the 10th century. The castle is now a wine museum.

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Ceretto Winery

One of the largest wineries in the region, Ceretto has vineyards in and outside the Langhe and is the most “Napa Valley” wine estate in Piedmont.

Cheese Tasting in the Langhe Region

The Langhe region is home to delicious cheeses. Cheese-lovers can enjoy tastings right in the homes of the farmers who make them.

Chocolate Tastings

Piedmont is large producer of hazelnuts and the birthplace of Italian chocolate, including the world-famous Ferrero Rocher chocolates and Nutella.
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Contratto Winery and the UNESCO Cathedral Wine Caves

Recently purchased by La Spinetta, Contratto Winery is the most famous sparkling wine house in Italy.

Cooking Classes

As a destination best known for days centered around eating and drinking, cooking classes are a staple activity in Piedmont.

E Pira & Figli Chiara Boschis

This is a small production winery owned by Chiara Boschis, the most famous female winemaker in Piedmont.

Egyptian Museum

A “must-do” in Turin, this museum boasts the largest collection of Egyptian art and artifacts outside of Cairo, including the Royal Papyrus.

Fiat Factory

Fiat automobiles originated in Turin, so it is little surprise that their historic factory has been reborn as a major attraction in the city. It is now an entertainment complex, mall and hotel with a legendary rooftop racetrack. Stop by the Renzo Piano, the hotel in Fiat’s former office building to see its stunning glass cube interior and to have coffee in the lounge.


Any true wine lover will ask you about a visit to Gaja. It is the most famous winery in Italy, located in Barbaresco.

Hot Air Balloon

Embark on a hot air balloon adventure over the rolling hills, medieval villages and sprawling wineries of Piedmont.

La Morra’s Belvedere Square

At the top of this medieval village, Belvedere square offers beautiful views of the Langhe region.

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Marchesi di Gresy

Marchesi is a Barbaresco winery on a beautiful estate with a larger tasting room and facility than other wineries.

Palatine Gate

This ancient red brick gate next to the city’s duomo offers a glimpse of the city’s Roman Ruins.

Parusso Winery

Located in Monforte d’Alba, this Barolo winery serves excellent sparkling wine with zero sugar (pas dose) alongside its other wines.

Piazzetta Reale

Also called the Royal Palace of Turin, this historic palace has been refurbished, renovated and enhanced many times since it came into possession of the Savoy family in 1563. A grand staircase and elaborate rooms await, with carved and gilded ceilings, engaged marble columns topped with gold, dazzling chandeliers and allegorical canvases and frescos occupying every spare space. Now said to display the life and works of the House of Savoy, the palace is home to an extensive collection of tapestries and Chinese and Japanese vases and also houses the Royal Armoury and The Chapel of the Holy Shroud, the resting place of the Shroud of Turin.

Serralunga d’Alba

A nice small village with the Castle of Serralunga d’Alba and an old chapel called San Sebastiano Church.

Torre di Barbaresco

The tower at the top of Barbaresco, built in the late sixth century, is a great spot for beautiful views and Aperitivo during the high season.

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Truffle Hunting with a Truffle Hunter

This is a must-do activity. Go out with a truffle hunter and his dog on a real hunt for one of the most incredible and special gastronomic experiences. These hunts usually last one and a half to two hours.

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Turin Duomo

Here you can see the Shroud of Turin, a linen cloth believed to bear the visage of Jesus. You can walk to the top of the tower for nice views of the city; however, this is a very simple Duomo compared to other major cathedrals in Italy.


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