Popular destinations in Piedmont

Piedmont highlights

Wine itineraries in the Langhe and Montferrat areas
The hilly area in the south-east of Piedmont produces some of the world's most distinguished red wines, including Barbera, Barbaresco and Barolo.
The Borromean Islands
This small archipelago on Lake Maggiore boasts extraordinary artistic and botanical value, thanks to its picturesque buildings and gardens.
Skiing on the Alps
With more than 50 ski areas in Piedmont, the Alps offer plenty of choices for ski and winter sport lovers.
Turin's museums
Visit the world's second largest Egyptian Museum and the Mole Antonelliana tower, housing the National Museum of Cinema, the world’s tallest museum.
Religious Itineraries on the Sacri Monti
Visit these beautifully decorated and UNESCO-protected churches and chapels, located on different mountain areas in the North-East of Piedmont.
Residences of the Royal House of Savoy
With stunning gardens and beautifully frescoed rooms, this group of Baroque castles and residences graces the surroundings of Turin.
Sacra di San Michele Abbey
Enjoy spectacular views of the Val di Susa valley, while enjoying the silence of this millenary abbey.
Villa Taranto's botanical gardens in Verbania
Sixteen hectares of lush gardens surround this late 19th-century villa, ideally located on the Lake Maggiore promenade.
Trekking in the Valsesia valley
Discover nature in any shape or form at breathtaking heights of 1.000 metres or more.

Savoy’s Royal Secret

Sometimes overlooked, the Piedmont region of Italy has an incredible legacy and a vast richness of landscape. The shores of the beautiful Maggiore Lake, the green and foggy hills of ‘Le Langhe’, or the snowy Alps near Sestriere and Sauze d'Oulx, Piedmont is a well-kept secret waiting to be discovered.

Turin has a French flair displayed through wide avenues and baroque palaces. Hometown of the Savoy royal family, it is a cosmopolitan city with trendy shops, various cultural offerings and a crowded nightlife. Try some of the Torino hotels and enjoy this royal jewel!

Around Turin, you won’t forget the view of the Alps from the Susa Valley. Going to the Padan Plain, don’t miss the colourful and quiet sunsets over the rice fields near Vercelli and Novara...

Hometown of Nutella, you’ll love to spend some days in a hotel in Alba, enjoying the picturesque historic centre, coated with hazelnut aroma. You can also delight in the hotels near Asti, and try its well-known sparkling wine.

With its enchanted landscapes, the Italian region of Piemonte offers accommodation for all tastes. Check out the deals on Booking.com before travelling!