Piedmont Barolo Wine Hills

Rolling green hills, with the white peaks of the Alps as a backdrop, crossing the varied cradle of ‘slow food’ movement, through the famous vineyards of Gavi, Barolo and Barbaresco.

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Cycling on Via Francigena – Aosta to Parma 2017

This section of the Via Francigena is far more than a pilgrim trail, it is an epic and easy bike ride from the Alps to the vast and fertile Po River plain, keeping everyone including: foodies, wine lovers, history buffs and landscape “aficionados” entertained Starting from the Gran San Bernard pass, on the Swiss-Italian boarder, skirt the lake, towered by 3000m peaks and freewheel down the road to the ancient Roman city of Aosta. Criss-cross the fast flowing Dorea Baltea river on cycle paths and stone walled country lanes as you exit the Aosta Valley. Continue through a scenic landscape of gently rolling hills, dotted with sleepy old villages, vineyards and orchards that give way to the checkered expanse of rice, wheat and Trip difficulty 1 2 3 4 Hotel comfort Level 1 2 3 4 2 corn fields that surround the historic and culturally rich towns of Vercelli, Pavia, Fiorenzuola and Parma.

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