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      Wellness and thermal Piedmont

      In Piedmont the most popular place is surly the Monferrato, where visitors can find the notorious truffles and popular wine regions, or the Alps with the numerous skiing areas like Limone Piemonte or Cesana Torinese. The Monferrato recently delivered its candidature for becoming part of the UNESCO cultural heritage. The popular thermal locality Acqui Terme moreover offers two comfortable wellness resorts Piedmont, where guests can enjoy numerous wellness treatments for face and body.


      In Acqui Terme guests can actually try treatments for golf players. The Piedmont is located in the western part of Italy, its capital city is Torino, famous as the so-called “car city” and because it represents the cradle of the Italian unity. The first Italian parliament was established in the Palazzo Carignano in Torino, where the Italian empire was proclaimed in the year 1861. The surroundings of the city are distinguished by residences of the Savoy Family: the Palazzo of Stupinigi, the Palazzo Madama, the Reggia of Venaria Reale, the Aglié castle, the Racconigi castle. Futhermore the Piedmont is a popular destination for the winter holidays, the most important skiing resorts are:  Sestriére, San Sicario, Cesana Torinese, Bardonecchia, Pragelato. The Piedmont is famous because of its numerous thermal cities such as: Acqui Terme, Bognaco, Vinadio, Lurisia, Valdieri. The region offers many culinary specialities as for instance the hazelnuts of Monferrato, the truffles of Alba or the Barolo wine.

    • Limone Piemonte was one of the first skiing resorts in Italy and always represented a popular destination for a mountain holiday. One of the first Italian ski racings took place in Limone Piemonte in the year 1907. In occasion of the Winter Olympics of 2006 the ski lifts have been modernized.

    • Canelli is a small city in the Monferrato in the surroundings of the famous city Alba, popular for the delicious sweets and truffles. In the surroundings of Canelli there are cultivated popular wines such as the Barbera, the Dolcetto or the Moscato.

    • Already in the 17th century Acqui Terme represented a popular thermal destination in the Monferrato. Moreover it offers first- class wine regions, here are cultivated famous wine sorts such as the “Bracheto di Acqui”. The locality offers tasty specialities like the “Formaggetta”, the “Filetto baciato” and of course the truffles!

    • This township in Piedmont is popular because of the so-called “Ampelo- therapy”, where the therapeutic benefit of grape is used during numerous wellness treatments. Lovers of story and trekking can follow the “walks of freedom”, walks used by the partisans during war. 

    • Vogogna is located in the Ossola valley and belongs to the most beautiful villages ot Italy: a part of this township lays in the national park Val Grande, which represents the biggest Italian nature reserve, where numerous rare animals could be observed. Some examples are: the pine marten, the capercaillie or the royal owl.

    • This small city is located in the historic region of Canavese, between Torino and the Aosta valley, it’s the hometown of the cardinal Tarciso Bertone. In the surroundings visitors can also find a moor, which has been declared to “a place of collective interest” by the European Union.