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Title: Italy Holidays - Discover Beautiful Bergolo In Piemont Italy

Discover Beautiful Bergolo In Piemont Italy
There are so many places to go on a vacation that
for some people, it can be almost impossible to
choose. Of course, a few people will visit the
same place every year, but most will try
somewhere new. The question is, where to go? Some
travelers like busy holiday resorts with beer and
beaches, while others like the quieter locations
where tourists are few and hard to find. This
latter group are those who enjoy mixing in with
the local culture, and enjoying the relaxed
atmosphere associated with it. One place that is
both beautiful and serene is Bergolo, situated in
Piemonte, Italy.
Bergolo is a small municipality (comune) located
within the Province of Cuneo. Turin is the
capital city of the region, and is located just
43 miles to the southeast. Cuneo is also only a
short drive away at 31 miles towards the
northeast. Bergolo itself only covers a total
area of 1.2 square miles, and has a small
population. This is what makes it a great place
to stay for those looking for somewhere that has
fantastic scenery, plenty to do in the
surrounding areas, as well as peace and quiet.
As normal with a lot of places in Europe, Bergolo
has a history that goes back a few hundred years.
It was in the 1780's the title of Count Calvi of
Bergolo was created. The town actually has
connections with the last king of Italy Umberto
II (Umberto Nicola Tommaso Giovanni Maria di
Savoia). These facts add to the overall aura of
the place, and if you stay at the luxury bed and
breakfast in the town, then you know that you are
staying in an area where famous royalty has been
in the past. Of course, if you are visiting this
beautiful region of Italy, then you need to
travel to the local areas to enjoy the as much of
the culture as possible. Below are a few travel
tips of places to visit during your stay.
Turin - Is famous for being the host for the 2006
Winter Olympics, and was once the first capital
of the modern era of Italy. It has a population
of around one million, and is situated on the
banks of the Po River. It is only a short drive
from the amazing Italian Alps, which rise
thousands of feet into the air. The city is full
of historical architecture, such as the Mole
Torino, which dominates the skyline. Alba - The
history of this place goes all the way back to
Roman times, and this can still be seen to this
day as the town is surrounded by a Roman wall.
The whole town is great for photographing. It is
also famous for its truffles and wines, and let
us not forget the famous chocolate spread
Alessandria - About 50 miles to the southeast of
Turin, this is the capital of the province of
Alessandria. It is a major transport hub for
people visiting the coast and the Alps. Acqui
Terme - For those people who like to relax, then
this place has ancient baths and hot sulphur
springs which make a natural spa. The town dates
back to Roman times. Asti - This historical town
is well known for its towers. It is called the
"City of 100 Towers". Originally there were 120
towers, but only 12 survive to this day. The
theatre dates back to 1860, while the town itself
is over two thousand years old. This is the
provincial capital of the area, and is famous for
the many excellent wines which are produced in
the region. If you visit in September, then you
can take part in the Sagre Festival and Douja
D'Or wine festival.
Bardonecchia - For those who are looking for a
skiing holiday in the region, then a visit to the
mountain town of Bardonecchia is the answer. It
is also famous for the Frejus Tunnel, which will
take you directly to France. Barolo - This is
only a small town, but the red wines produced
here are famous the world over. Biella - Again,
only a small town, but this is famous for the
production of woolen clothes. Bra - An amazing
place that has a number of buildings dating back
to the 17th and 18th century, most notably the
palaces and churches. It is also known throughout
the region for its food.
Stresa - Situated next to Lake Maggiore, and
surrounded by amazing scenery. It is known for
its tourist and health resorts who can easily
relax in this tranquil setting. There are many
other places to visit in the area, and more
details can be found by searching for travel
resources. However, those places mentioned above
should be top of the list for places to visit
during your stay at Bergolo. For those people who
enjoy walking and hiking, then there are plenty
of trails around the lakes and mountains in the
Although not everyone visits this area to laze
around on a beach, it is good to know that the
Italian Rivera is just an hours drive away to the
south. This is a famous location with locals and
tourists from around the world. It has many
beaches and a number of old fishing towns along
its coastline. Some of the landscape is amazing,
so it is worth taking a camera along on any trip
to the region. Italian is the main language of
the region, though about 2 to 3 million people
speak the local dialect of Piedmontese. Getting
to the area is easy. You can fly in at Caselle
Airport, which is covered by a number of major
airlines. It is also possible to land in Milan
and travel to Bergolo from there. Trains serve
the area well, coming from as far away as France
and Switzerland. For those who like to get the
best out of a journey, then nothing beats driving
through this spectacular area in a car.
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