- January 4, 2017
- Posted by: Admin
- Category: Travel
Piedmont is history and memory, art and culture, legend and traditions. A priceless heritage and filled with charm that winds through cities, towns, abbeys, castles and fortifications embracing age-old charm, fairy-tale views and landscapes full of evocative power.
Turin is the historical and economic hub of the region. The wonderful city of pearls coincide with three points of our list of things not to be missed. The first is to focus attention on its particularly rich architectural heritage.
Do not miss the historic buildings such as the Royal Palace, Palazzo Madama, Palazzo Carignano, Villa della Regina, the Palazzina di Stupinigi and other Savoy residences, but also the places of religious worship as the Sanctuary of the Consolata and the ancient churches including la Real Church of San Lorenzo, the Great Mother, the twin churches of San Carlo Borromeo and Santa Cristina and especially the Cathedral, inside which is kept the Holy Shroud.
But from the point of view of the monumental, the highlight is definitely the Mole Antonelliana, a symbol of Turin and Italy.
Deciding to visit a region so rich in nature, culture and art means to get in touch with a land unique in its kind where all the elements come together perfectly. Among the various accommodation solutions available in this vast region, the charming agriturismo in Piedmont are a great alternative to hotels and more standard and traditional at the same time offers tourists the opportunity to get in touch with nature, hiking in the woods, breathe the beauty of the green lungs.
Among the charming agriturismo in Piedmont we suggest you Tenuta La Romana, a beautiful farmhouse in the middle of the famous vineyards and hazelnut trees of Nizza Monferrato. Here, in the place that in the eighteenth century was a farm where they bred racehorses, now this beautiful farm is surrounded by ancient trees and even a private pond. The building, which is spread over two floors, is characterized by the presence of aky-land windows that allow you to admire the surrounding breathtaking view.
The rooms available to guests, twenty in all, are divided into apartments, standard rooms, junior suites and suites to satisfy the tastes and needs of each. The furnishings, classic and elegant, is characterized by solid wood furniture, refined curtains and wrought iron.
At guests’ disposal there is also the restaurant of which allows you to sample typical Piedmontese dishes prepared with local products.