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Piedmont is an enormous rural region - punctuated by buzzing cities and tiny old-world villages - of northern Italy. The name Piedmont comes from Medieval Latin, and means ‘at the foot of the mountains’ - and Piedmont truly is. The rocky green-speckled Italian Alps - capped with snow that glows gold at sunset - create the region’s northern border. They slope down through vineyards, white-water rivers and rice fields, leading to the illuminated streets of Turin, Piedmont’s sprawling ancient capital city.

Things to see

Piedmont is a vast area, and there is an endless array of architectural, historical, and natural sights to see. An essential Piedmont attraction is the Gran Paradiso National Park. Set in northern Piedmont, nestled between the Aosta Valley and the magnificent heady climes of Gran Paradiso Mountain, the park stretches for a staggering 271 square miles, and hides rejuvenating springs, deep-green pine forests, and thousands of rare tawny-coloured Alpine Ibex. After immersing yourself in Piedmont’s idyllic natural landscape, head to Turin for some electrifying urban excitement. This city’s seemingly endless winding streets are lined with museums, art galleries and specialist boutiques. For a unique and enthralling afternoon, visit Turin’s renowned Egyptian Museum, which houses the world’s second largest collection of Egyptian artefacts. After, stop by the Mole Antonelliana, a monumental 19th century masterwork - capped by a spearing copper-coloured spire - that houses the museum of cinema.

Hotels in Piedmont

For an indulgent holiday, stay in one of Piedmont’s urban 5-star hotel complexes. Set in the centre of Piedmont cities - such as Turin and red-walled Asti - these hotels boast enormous en-suite rooms, professional service, and delectable in-house Italian dining. For inexpensive family-friendly accommodation, stay in a villa-style rental. Set in more rural areas, with easy access to adjacent cities, these villas boast plenty of rooms, cosy kitchenettes and private gardens - often complete with pools. If you’re looking for a traditional Italian stay in an old vine-clad building, stay in a small independent hotel in Piedmont.

Where to stay

Stay in central Turin to experience the full spectrum of Piedmont’s rich and unique culture. Spend days at inspirational museums, and wander through labyrinth-like markets - which blaze with the reds, greens and purples of fresh produce - before experiencing the glitzy, neon-washed Turin nightlife of wine-bars and bouncing clubs. If you crave Eden-like surroundings, stay in northern Piedmont, beside Gran Paradiso National Park, and enjoy colourful flora, rare wildlife, and the sloping sun-lit Alps. For a taste of old-world Italian living infused with a relaxed atmosphere, stay in one of Piedmont’s rural villages, such as Rivarolo Canavese.

How to get to Piedmont

Gliding by plane over the Italian Alps is an unforgettable sight. Piedmont is well-served by a number of airports, but the most convenient is Turin International Airport, which offers year-round flights to top European destinations - including Gatwick - and seasonal summer flights to and from Manchester and Birmingham. Turin airport is 8 miles from the city centre, and is connected by speedy metro. While public transport - such as trains and intra-urban buses - serves Piedmont, the system is somewhat skeletal, so why not rent an affordable car and race throughout Piedmont’s rolling countryside, having complete freedom to explore.