Road Tripping Through Italy (Part One - Langhe, Lake Garda and the Apennines)

Aug 03, 2020 226

BY: Silvia Donati

Picturesque villages, unexpected art treasures, incredible landscapes and gourmet stops: a road trip in Italy offers the best of the country. And because you’re driving, you can savor it at your own pace, stopping wherever you please and where curiosity leads you. This is part one of a multi-part series about road tripping in Italy, as we have many itinerary ideas for you, from north to south!

Langhe (Piedmont)

A road trip that will delight your eyes and your palate, driving among hills covered in vineyards and hazel groves, stopping at picturesque historic villages, often surmounted by castles. The starting point of this four-day itinerary (for a total of about 160 kilometers) is Bra, the hometown of the Slow Food movement, which in nearby Pollenzo has opened its University of Gastronomic Science, and where the Wine Bank holds samples of hundreds of Italian Doc and Docg wine labels (the most prestigious).

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