Piedmont GuidePiedmont is a region in the northwest of Italy, next to the border with France. The main city is Turin, which was host to the 2006 Winter Olympic Games. HotelsFind hotels in Turin, Biella, Barolo and more.
Popular in PiedmontTurinTurin, a large city of about one million inhabitants, is set in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy, a one-hour drive from the French border and slightly more than that from the Mediterranean sea. BiellaBiella is in Piedmont. The nearest airports to Biella are: There is also a little airport in Verrone. AstiAsti is the provincial capital of one of most important wine areas in Italy and lends its name to some illustrious wines.
In PiedmontLangheLanghe is a region in Cuneo Province of Piedmont. It is home to a number of world famous wine producing regions, including Barolo and Barbaresco and consists of hills. AlessandriaAlessandria is a city in Piedmont with a population of approx. 97,000. Alessandria is a major hub for train travel. Colletto FavaPiedmont Region is in Italy. What is it? A 5,000 foot hill in Italy's Piedmont region. AronaArona is a city in the Piedmont region of Italy. Arona is 25 km north of Milan's Malpensa International Airport, actually closer than Milan itself. CannobioCannobio is a town on Lake Maggiore in Piedmont, Italy. It lays at the end of the Cannobina Valley on the West side of the lake. StresaStresa is a small town on the shore of Lago Maggiore in Piedmont, Northern Italy. BraBra is a town in Piedmont. It is a culinary destination, home to the Slow Food movement and the University of Gastronomic Sciences, so you are guaranteed to eat and drink well. IvreaIvrea is a town of about 25.000 in Piedmont, Italy. Nearest airport is Turin, approx 45 minutes by car. VerbaniaVerbania is a city in Italy. MorsascoMorsasco is a village of 719 inhabitants in the province of Alessandria in the Piedmont region of Italy.
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