Friendly Piemonte



Charming, elegant and royal

Torino unveils its charm with the royal residences, the Mole antonelliana and the national museum of cinema, its green parks, the baroque itineraries as well as Contemporary architecture and international events.

The first capital of Italy, city of art, rich of history and cultural events.

The “bicerin”, mentioned by Ernest Hemingway in his list of the 100 things worth saving in the world.

Tuttaltrastoria: a bizarre journey through those places in Torino marked by the passage of illustrious people, whom we have not been told everything about…

The Mole Antonelliana and its National Museum of Cinema.

With its galleries and museums, Turin is the city of architecture and contemporary art.

The “Reggia” of Venaria Reale and the Stupinigi hunting lodge, royal palaces of Savoia family, part of UNESCO heritage list.

Torino hosts one of the most important European LGBTQI Film Festival.

Homeland of important LGBTQI events and of a lively gay-friendly nightlife with one of the most original parties in Europe.


A belt of hills located on the right bank of the river Tanaro, the vineyard landscape of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato in Piemonte is listed as UNESCO world heritage for its exceptional winemaking culture, castles, Romanesque churches and hilltop villages.

An astounding view of Serralunga 2017: the first Langhe Pride in Alba Castle, one of the best preserved examples of a 14th century noble castle.

The economic capital of Langhe, Alba is full of culture, history and traditions.

Birthplace of the delicious White Alba Truffle, with its perfume and flavor unique in the world.

2017: the first Langhe Pride in Alba.

Land of wine and culinary excellence, for an unforgettable wine and food experienceBarolo and Barbaresco, the most illustrious products of the Nebbiolo grape.

A breathtaking landscape, full of castles and typical villages laying on the green hills.



The lakes of Piemonte are world known for its outstanding nature, stunning landscapes and romantic atmosphere. Charming mountains frame three wonderful lakes, picturesque villages and historic residences.

Beside nature and history, the area is renowned for its golf clubs, cycling routes and outdoor activities.

The Maggiore lake is the second largest lake in Italy and attracts tourists for its luxurious mansions, gardens and baroque palaces.

The San Giulio Island on the Orta Lake hosts the impressive Benedectine Monastery.

Lake Mergozzo, a tiny gem surrounded by majestic mountains.

Thanks to its dreamy atmosphere the Lake District area is a well-known international wedding location.

The Borromean Island, in the Maggiore Lake, can be visited with a pleasant boat trip.



The Alps, the most important mountain range in Europe, is a natural heritage of astonishing beauty. Alpine or cross-country skiing, snowboard, ski-cross, Sleddog, snowshoeing excursions… these are only a few examples of the many activities that these mountains offer.

A snow excursion in the most fascinating trails in the area.

Snowmobile experience or dinner at the refuge amongst snowy slopes and pines woods: unique and exciting experiences in the nature.

The Vialattea (Milky Way), home of the XX Olympic Winter Games Torino 2006 offers 400km/250 miles of ski slopes, impressive snow-clad expanses and a beautiful scenary of villages and wooden huts.

The ancient alpine village of Sauze d’Oulx and its typical chalets.