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Diano d’ Alba experience


Beautiful scenery…

Driving around the numerous villages south of Torino is an exhilarating experience. The scenery is rewarding as the twisty country roads extend like an endless snake that interconnects the small villages of Barolo, La Morra, Cherasco and many other wine-producing areas.
A short stop at Diano d’ Alba for a coffee proved to be another rewarding experience. Right outside the picturesque café, a black Alfa Romeo Giulia Nuova Super 1300 was eager enough to pose for a few shots. The car’s photogenic silhouette blended nicely with the road pavement, creating a unique companion for enjoying the strong and aromatic espresso.
✎ Savas Kalfas, Managing Director, automotohistory.com
Apart from excellent restaurants and fine wine, La Morra offers a breathtaking view over the hills and the countless vineyards!
A walk in the streets of Cherasco is a trip to the past…
Legend has it that Napoleon once called Cherasco ‘the most beautiful spot in Italy…’
Arco del Belvedere, Cherasco


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