Great gourmet trip to the slow food paradise of Piedmont & the nearby Riviera of Flowers in Liguria.

Price per person: From 2.300 € in the Agriturismo category
Price per person: From 2.790 € in the category Luxury

The exact price depends on the desired category of accommodation (e.g. B&B, hotel, agriturismo, hotel deluxe or flat) and on the travel season.

Services included in the price:
14 nights with breakfast in a double room or in a flat
14 x tourist tax
2 visits to family-run wineries with wine tasting afterwards
1 visit to a small cheese dairy followed by a tasting session
1 cooking course followed by lunch or dinner (in Piedmont), incl. recipes in English language
2 dinners in good restaurants (which you can choose from our suggestions), incl. water espresso, without wine
The programs take place in small groups in English, on request and for an extra charge exclusively for 2 persons
Organisation and handling of the trip, taxes

Services not included in the price:
Arrival and departure, transfers and everything not listed under services.

Experience Piedmont: the famous vineyards of the Barolo and Barbaresco regions, which have not been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site for nothing. Indulgence is writ large here. Let yourself be spoilt by the authentic hospitality and the excellent traditional cuisine with great wines such as Barbara, Nebbiolo, Barolo and Barbaresco.

Experience the Ligurian Coast and the enchanting Riviera of Flowers: where the soul touches the sea!
Scenically very charming, turbulent small and larger towns, a hilly and varied hinterland, always new and breathtaking views!

The trip includes some authentic experiences such as a cooking class, wine tasting, visit to a small cheese dairy and an olive mill.

You will cook a Piedmontese or also Ligurian menu. You choose!

Relax with walks by the sea or in your residence in the garden or by the pool, go sightseeing or on bike tours such as on the 50 km long “Ciclabile” the bike path that always goes directly along the sea from San Lorenzo to San Remo. Olive groves are as much a part of the Ligurian landscape as the sea.