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Why Famous
  • Art, history, lakes, mountains, wines and truffles: there are many ways to describe Piedmont.
  • The Piedmontes Alps were the natural home for the Olympic Winter Games 2006.


Facts Destination

  • The name Piedmont is a contraction of the Italian \"ai piedi del monte\", meaning \"at the foot of the mountain.
  • Piedmont was an initial springboard for Italy\'s unification in 1859-1861.
  • Piedmont\'s historical role was that the crown prince of Italy was known as the Prince of Piedmont.


Area Info
  • Piedmont is one of the 20 regions of Italy.
  • It has an area of 25,399 km2.
  • The capital is Turin.
  • Piedmont is surrounded on three sides by the Alps, including Monviso (Mont Vis), where the Po rises, and Monte Rosa.


Why Visit
  • This is an area rich in ancient traditions, unique sceneries and thousands of suggestions for your spare time.
  • Piedmont boasts a surprising circuit of great historical and architectural interest.
  • Limone Piedmont is the perfect setting to ski near Cuneo, while the Valsesia presents an unforgettable view of Monte Rosa.
  • The Piedmontese lakes are precious jewels set in imposing and poetic landscapes, where nature has blent with architecture and blue, deep water has joined to green, luxuriant vegetation.


Best Time
  • May or June for good weather
  • September and October during the harvest time


  • The main agricultural products in Piedmont are cereals, including rice, representing more than 10% of national production, maize, grapes for wine-making and fruit and milk.
  • Piedmont can also satisfy sweet tooth people with chocolate in all its forms: from famous Turin gianduiotti, to Baci of Cherasco or famous Cunesi made of chocolate and rhum.
  • Piedmont is Italy\'s gastronomic capital, thanks to the frenzy that surrounds white-truffle season each fall.