Barolo Tourism & Travel Guide

Poderi Sinaglio
Strada Sinaglio, 12051 Alba
Underground Alba
Piazza Risorgimento, 2, Di fronte all'Ufficio Turistico, 12051 Alba
Poderi Colla
Frazione San Rocco Seno D'Elvio, 12051 Alba
Al Posto Giusto
via A.Roero 25 Guarene, 12050 Alba

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About Barolo

With VBT, you'll also tour the medieval streets of Barolo, learn to make your very own wood-fired pizza, spot cascina farmhouses and visit Canelli’s UNESCO-listed Spumante cellars. On the day you visit Langhe, the region where the slow food movement originated (the movement was an initiative to bring about an alternative to fast food, aiming to preserve traditional and regional cuisine, so as to encourage farming of plants, seeds, and livestock belonging to the local ecosystem), you will get to meet winemakers, working farmers and the adorable sharp-nosed, four-legged truffle hunters. At the end of every night, you'll retire to country hotels and feast on rustic local fare such as tajarin, a regional egg-yolk-based ribbon pasta.

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