This northwestern region of Italy borders on France and Switzerland. Piedmont, as the name itself says, is a country at the foot of the mountains: it is bordered on three sides by the Alpine chain, which has the highest peaks and glaciers in Italy. In front of the fantastic backdrop of the Alps, some beautiful valleys open here, e.g. the Susa Valley, the Valsesia and the Val d`Ossola.
The Langhe area and the Monferrato area are completely different, but no less interesting: an endless chain of vineyards, villages and castles.
The Langhe are not only renowned for wine and good food, but also for nature and art, like the medieval villages, which in the Langhe take on a very special charm. Among unspoiled landscapes, patrician palaces, medieval streets, churches and castles of a distant time that merges with the present.