In this new issue of IDEA Tourism we will take you to discover, through art, the main cities of the province, called the “7 sisters”: Cuneo, Alba, Bra, Fossano, Saluzzo, Savigliano and Mondovì.
Many people do not like November, because we enter the middle of autumn, but those people, probably, do not know that Piedmont at this time of the year is anything but sad and boring! The province of Cuneo is alive with events of all kinds, especially exhibitions, shows and food and wine festivals, including the famous White Alba Truffle Fair, which will last until the end of the month.
On sunny days, it is pleasant to walk in the open air to enjoy the splendid autumnal landscape of the Langhe and Roero hills which, like a work of art, captures attention and leaves you speechless. This is indeed the right time to admire the wonderful spectacle of the so-called foliage: the phenomenon of leaves that change colour and set the valleys on fire giving a particular play of colours and lights. The gentle slopes covered with rows of vines, hazels and small villages and castles are tinged with red, orange and yellow in all their nuances. In the clearest mornings you can even see the snow-capped Alps, for these it is worth waking up early to enjoy the magnificent view at dawn.
For us at IDEA Tourism, moreover, the month of November opens with a beautiful novelty: we widen our horizons to Turin and Milan, cities where art and culture are protagonists and where, more and more often, the products of our province are celebrated with special events.
If you feel like spending a weekend in Piedmont, all you need to do is browse through the magazine, so that you will find lots of tips on where to sleep and where to eat.
Enjoy the reading!