Cooking, truffle-hunting, wine-tasting, chocolate, hazelnuts, nougat, markets, local dishes and Michelin-starred restaurants...this is the Ultimate Foodie tour!
Piedmont offers a different flavour to the rest of Italy. This northern Italian region is famously home to the white truffle and this is reflected in the rich and aromatic local dishes. Bordering Switzerland and France, there a definite cultural-culinary fusion. You will even be able to get your hands on cheese fondue in some restaurants! Despite its propensity towards traditional slow-cooking, there are many new-generation chefs who have been injecting some of the lighter ingredients back onto the menu. Many argue that Piedmont is the gastronomic heart of Italy. Why not find out for yourself?