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October and November are white truffle months! Any better place than Piedmont to enjoy it? 
Jump on a plane to Turin. Stop there for a few bites, then hit the road to Alba!
Hungry Italian in Town will take care of you on the way.

July 23, 2019

There are few places with such a strong culinary identity as Piedmont.

An entire region that seems to be moving at the same pace, strong of the traditional imprinting and the excellence of its ingredie...

November 10, 2017

In 2017, Piedmont was the second Italian region for number of Michelin starred restaurants, 39 in total, 15 of them in Cuneo province – where Alba is.

The reason, as mentioned in previous posts, is the...

November 8, 2017

After two bottles of wine (and uncertain walking), we decided to move our steps to the next door restaurant La Piola. The name in piedmontese means Osteria, a place where to drink wine and eat simple...

November 7, 2017

After having collected a good dose of happiness and chocolate gratification in Turin, it’s finally time to hit the road to Alba!

The village is not too far away and reachable after a very pleasant driv...

November 2, 2017

Via Lagrange is one of the most interesting streets in Turin: it's the address of the Egyptian Museum (largest collection in the world outside Egypt), Eataly Incontra, one of the Eataly shops, and the...

October 31, 2017

Very few cities in Italy (and in the world) can boast a number of historic bars like Turin.

The reason for that is that Turin was one of the most active centers in Italy, especially during the 19th cen...

October 30, 2017

When I was a business school student, I had the opportunity to live in Turin for a few months.

During that time I had the opportunity to discover not only an elegant and intellectual city, but also to...

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