Rating in Italy
$ 828

Self-Guided Walk Piedmont - Barolo to Barbaresco WSBB

Self-guided trekking+walking
Self-guided trekking+walking
min $ 828
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Cravanzana, Benevello
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 828
Duration: 8 days
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Walking Holiday in Italy's Piedmont Region
Lying at the foot of the Alps bordering France and Switzerland, Italy's Piedmont region is a paradise for connoisseurs of mouth-watering food and fabulous wines. Our walks will take you through a magnificent landscape of rolling hills dotted with small picturesque villages, elegant castles and feudal towers, through vineyards and hazelnut forests. Staying in welcoming and charming family-run hotels in small rural villages you will discover a delicious array of local specialties including gourmet cheeses, pastries and chocolates that are appreciated the world over.
Tour Highlights
Fabulous wines - Barolo and Barbaresco, two of Italy's most prestigious red wines
Regional specialties - Taste incredible cheeses, sweets and chocolates along the way
Superb walking -Across a rolling landscape of vineyards and hazelnut forests
Family-run accommodation - Welcoming and comfortable with some with prize winning restaurants on site or near by
Alpine views - Spectacular views of the snow-capped Alps on a clear day
Itinerary

1 Trip starts in Alba
2 Taxi to Barolo; walk to Monforte via Novello
3 Walk from Monforte to Cissone via Roddino
4 Hike from Cissone or Bossolaschetto to Cravanzana
5 Walk from Cravanzana to Benevello
6 Hike from Benevello to Neive
7 Walk from Neive to Alba via Barbaresco
8 Trip ends in Alba
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