Piedmont: Barolo to Barbaresco route
Piedmont is the wonderland of Italy for getting a taste of delicious food, truffles, and magnificent local wines. Located between the Apennine and the Alps, the Langhe region is famous for the production of Tuber Magnatum (an exquisite white truffle) and Italy’s most distinguished wines: Barolo and Barbera. As you follow the self-guided hiking itinerary, you discover more and more ways to pamper your taste buds. You enjoy local delicacies such as praised cheeses, pastries and chocolates while you walk through a wonderful landscape of green hills, charming villages, romantic castles and feudal towers, vineyards and dense forests. You will be staying in small authentic villages soaking into the unforgettable local atmosphere.
- Duration8 Days I Tour Difficulty: 2 (of 5)
- What is includedAccommodation in selected B&Bs, hotels and agriturismo with en-suite facilities including breakfast; Detailed roadbook and map in English; Private transfer from Alba to Barolo (+ luggage to Monforte) on DAY 2; Luggage transfer DAY 3 to DAY 7 (Monforte-Cissone, Cissone-Cravanzana, Cravanzana-Benevello, Benevello-Neive, Neive-Alba); Emergency hotline
- What is not includedDrinks and other meals; Use of public transportation; Possible CITY TAX to be paid in cash on the spot (it varies depending on the city and on the hotel’s category); Travel insurance;
- Best periodApril, May, June, July, August, September, October, November