Archivi categoria: Piemonte expo

La Strada delle Mele del Pinerolese: in bicicletta, a piedi e a cavallo, fra frutteti, cultura e enogastronomia

Nel 2009, su volontà di quindici amministrazioni locali, con il sostegno di Provincia di Torino e Atl, è stata inaugurata la Strada delle Mele, percorso di 63 km che si snoda attraverso 14 comuni della pianura e della collina pinerolese toccando un centinaio di aziende frutticole ricadenti nel consorzio Pinfruit, la frutta del pinerolese. Leggi tutto »

Funerary tourism in Piedmont: the Monumental Cemetery of Turin and the Royal Tombs at the Basilica of Superga

In Piedmont, there are important cemeteries and tombs of great artistic and cultural value. The Monumental Cemetery in Turin is probably the richest art and culture cemetery in Piedmont: a real open-air museum with funerary monuments and sculptures of artistic interest. Inside, important figures of Italian history and culture are buried: Massimo d’Azeglio, Silvio Pellico, Vincenzo Gioberti, Primo Levi, Edmondo De Amicis, Mario Soldati, Galileo Ferraris, Rita Levi Montalcini, Cesare Lombroso, Erminio Macario, Fred Buscaglione and the invincible Greater Turin.

The City of Turin has created thematic guides of prominent figures from writers, statists, historians, politicians, artists, all characters who have characterized history and contributed to Italian culture.

 

The Royal Tombs are under the Basilica of Superga and contain the remains of the Savoy family members, with the exception of the kings of the dynasty of Italy who are buried at the Pantheon of Rome. The crypt containing the Royal Tombs of Casa Savoia, is made in the basements of the Basilica of Superga by King Vittorio Amedeo III. The project was completed in 1778, has an elongated Latin cross shape and hosts in the center the Sarcophagus of the Kings, funeral monument dedicated to the remains of the last King of Sardinia, while in the two lateral arms you can admire the Infant Hall and the Hall of the Queens.

Along the walls of the Crypt are funeral monuments in memory of the characters of Casa Savoia.
In the left arm, the Funebre monument dedicated to Vittorio Amedeo II, founder of the Basilica of Superga and Duke of Savoy, then the Funebre Monument of Prince Ferdinand of Savoy, Duke of Genoa, and Father of the First Queen of Italy, Margherita. In the right hand the commemorative sculpture dedicated to Carlo Emanuele III, second king of Sardinia.

 

Turismo funerario in Piemonte: il Cimitero Monumentale di Torino e le Tombe Reali alla Basilica di Superga

In Piemonte sono presenti importanti cimiteri e tombe di grande pregio artistico e culturale. Il Cimitero Monumentale di Torino è probabilmente il cimitero più ricco di arte e cultura del Piemonte: un vero museo a cielo aperto con monumenti funerari e sculture di interesse artistico. Leggi tutto »

Piedmont is full of beautiful castles and towers

Piedmont is rich in Castles and Towers, which are more than 140 from Alexandria to Vercelli, from Asti to Turin, from Biella to Cuneo. In addition to the very famous ones there are some jewels to discover. In Asti do not miss the Castle of Castelnuovo Calcea, that of Costiglione d’Asti, that of Monastero Bormida. In Biella, the castle of Castellengo in Cossato, that of Montecavallo in Vigliano Biellese. In Novara the prodigious manor house of Oleggio Castello.

In the province of Alessandria you can not miss the Castle of Camino, the castle of Morsasco, those of Torre Ratti in Borghetto of Bombera, Cremolino, Redabue in Masio, Piovera, Prasco, Rocca Grimalda, Uviglie in Rosignano Monferrato, by Taglilo Monferrato and Trisobbio.

In the province of Cuneo, the castle of Alfieri di Magliano, the castle of Mango, the castle of Manta, that of Govone, Monesiglio, Monteu Roero, Rocca de ‘Baldi, Saliceto, Sanfrè and Serralunga d’Alba.

Il Piemonte terra di splendidi Castelli e Torri

Il Piemonte è ricchissimo di Castelli e Torri che sono più di 140 da Alessandria a Vercelli, da Asti a Torino, da Biella a Cuneo. Oltre a quelli molto famosi ci sono dei gioielli tutti da scoprire. Ad Asti da non perdere il castello di Castelnuovo Calcea, quello di Costiglione d’Asti, quello di Monastero Bormida. A Biella il castello di Castellengo a Cossato, quello di Montecavallo a Vigliano Biellese. A Novara il prodigioso maniero di Oleggio Castello. Leggi tutto »

In Italy, digital purchases for Tourism and Travel are worth 20% of the market

According to the fourth edition of the Digital Innovation Observatory in Tourism at the School of Management of the Politecnico of Milano, at the end of 2017, the Italian tourism market – which considers both the purchases of Italians in our country or abroad and those of foreign tourists in Italy – will be worth over 55 billion euros, up 4% from 2016.
Growth is generated mainly by the digital component which, with a total value of nearly 11.2 billion euros, accounts for more than a fifth of the market and marks a 9% increase over the previous twelve months, while the traditional component grows of 3% and will reach 43.8 billion.

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