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Asti - Canelli - Barolo - Alba - Mondovì - Nizza - Cannes - Alassio - Albenga
Day 1. Arrival
Day 2. Monferrato with Asti & Canelli
First stop Asti: crib of the Italian-champagne. With its many soaring family towers it is the centre of the wine growing region of Monferrato, in which its most gentile representatives Moscato and Barbera d’Asti are grown. On to Canelli, with its underground cathedrals, which are to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will visit one of these wineries and get a taste of three types of Spumante
Day 3. Langhe with Barolo & Alba
Discover one of the world’s most famous wine growing regions, the Langhe. During the excursion you will see numerous castles and palaces reigning high atop the hills and the hills themselves are planted all over with grapevines. We continue to a nearby vineyard for a visit and taste of the famous Barolo wine, accompanied by mixed snacks.
Day 4. Truffle hunt & wine bank
The highlight of the day is the search of truffles with the “trifulau” the expert searcher and his trained dogs. The experience lasts about 2 hours, and it’s followed by an extended tasting of the edible treasure in various shapes. Back to Pollenzo to visit the wine bank is a one-of-a-kind impressive oenological showcase, in which one can discover Italy through its major wines.
Day 5. Transfer to Riviera of Flowers with stop in Modovì – change of hotel
Travel to Mondovì. This city has two parts connected by cable car. The building of the most historical importance is located in the upper part of the city, on the Piazza Maggiore, which was constructed out of the tip of a rocky plateau. Just a few kilometres down the road you will visit the lovely pilgrimage church of Santuario di Vicoforte, which was built under the Savoys and houses one of Europe’s largest oval domed structures. In the afternoon the tour continues to Pietra Ligure.
Day 6. Nizza & Cannes
Nice is Nice. A one-of-a-kind amalgam of elegance, sunshine, art and sea. The special light mesmerized artists like Matisse, Picasso, Chagall and Renoir. One of France’s first five star hotels can be found here, the Negresco, as well as a number of world-class art museums and restaurants. An hour southwest of the city lays another luxury seaside resort town, Cannes.
Day 7. Alassio & Albenga
Today discover two minor yet more genuine centers of the Riviera of Flowers: Alassio and Albenga. English tourism to Alassio transformed the humble fishing village in Victorian times into an elegant seaside resort, they brought sophistication and culture. The enclave in Alassio flourished after the coastal railway was opened in 1872. Trains facilitated the journey from the Isles, as roads were treacherous at the time. Albenga was once a busy port town in Roman times. The modern city, however, is no longer on the water though it is located on the exact same spot.
Day 8. Departure
Accomodation in 4* Hotel
ALBERGO DELL’AGENZIA – Pollenzo 4 nights
GRAND HOTEL PIETRA LIGURE – Pietra Ligure 3 nights