Piedmont & Liguria

Things to Do & Attractions in Piedmont & Liguria

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Area Marina Protetta Portofino

The Ligurian town of Portofino is popular with visitors for its pastel-colored buildings, but it's also home to an important protected marine area – the Area ...  Read more


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The town of Barolo in Piedmont is very small – less than 1,000 residents – but since it produces one of the most sought-after wines on any Italian wine list, ...  Read more

Basilica della Santissima Annunziata del Vastato

The Basilica della Santissima Annunziata del Vastato was begun in the 16th century, but most of the work on the interior was done roughly 100 years later – ...  Read more

Basilica de Superga

In June of 1706, during the War of Spanish Succession, the city of Turin was besieged by the allied army of France and Spain. The conflict lasted through the ...  Read more

Basilica of Santa Maria di Castello

The Basilica of Santa Maria di Castello is, appropriately, located in the Castello district of Genoa, on a hill overlooking the city. The original church ...  Read more


One of the most dominant features of Genoa's enormous port is something that looks a bit like a space probe sticking out of the water. That multi-pronged ...  Read more


Genoa is a large Italian city with several individual neighborhoods that each have their own history and identity. One of those neighborhoods is the ...  Read more

Castello di Rivoli

The Castle of Rivoli was probably built in the 10th century, but it came into the hands of the House of Savoy in the 11th century. Soon after, the castle was ...  Read more

Chiossone Museum of Oriental Art

You might not think of seeing a great collection of Asian art when you're in Italy, but that's just what you'll get at the Chiossone Museum of Oriental Art in ...  Read more

Church of San Giorgio

Portofino's waterfront is a jewel of the Italian Riviera with its pastel-colored buildings, but the vibrancy also extends onto the surrounding hills, where ...  Read more

Cinque Terre National Park

This protected area in the heart of La Spezia was designated Italy’s first national park in 1999. Since then its 4,300 acres, which include the five towns that ...  Read more

Civic Museum of Ancient Art (Palazzo Madama)

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Dominating Turin’s Piazza Castello and with the appearance of two buildings uneasily glued together, Palazzo Madama began life as a fortified castle and has a ...  Read more


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Historic vineyards and epic views set the 100-meter-high village of Corniglia apart from other towns in the Cinque Terre. Unlike Vernazza, Riomaggiore, ...  Read more

Corso Italia

Who could turn down the opportunity for a long stroll along a beautiful seafront on a gorgeous Italian day? If you're headed to Genoa, then that means you're ...  Read more

Duomo di San Giovanni

Il Duomo di San Giovanni - or Church of Saint John - adjoins the Royal Palace of Turin (Palazzo Reale) by way of the Chapel of the Holy Shroud, which is found ...  Read more

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