The Alba Truffle Fair turns 90 years old! Yes, you read right, 90 years old. But she still looks like a little girl. The story The Truffle Fair in Alba began in 1928 and is actually called the Grape Harvest Fair or Vendemmiale. It was born from the move of the Fiera del Mussotto which was held in the first week of September and lasted only one day. By decree
Langhe Roero: 3 reasons to visit this area The Tanaro River divides these areas. It borns in Liguria and runs through Ceva, Alba, Asti, Alessandria and then flows into the Po, near Bassignana and the province of Alessandria. Here and there from "Tane", as the Piedmontese say, there are the Langhe and Roero. They are part, together with Monferrato, of the large area of Piedmont defined as a UNESCO World
The Muscat wine and much more in Castagnole Lanze Discover how good Moscato wine is after having ignored it for many years: this is my sincere confession! I'll start with a brief description of the sweet Muscat Wine, known in France as Muscat, which derives from musquè which means aromatic. It is one of the most cultivated grape varieties in Italy and has had long periods of glory and recognition.
Visit La Morra Langhe. My 5 reasons: La Morra Langhe with the hamlets Annunziata, Santa Maria, Rivalta and Berri The Morra Langhe, near Alba, has a name derived from Loci Murrae. Sheep enclosure. It seems that the Benedictine monks used to graze their sheep here! It is one of the most panoramic spots in the area around Alba. La Morra is a small and lively village situated on a beautiful
Langhe Bike Rental The bike rental in the Langhe is more and more topical, because it is convenient, cheap and because it allows you to cover more km modulating the effort according to your training. E-bikes in the Langhe are a constant in many hotels and farmhouses and are also offered by many cycling shops. Arriving by car or train, in Alba, you can pick up your bike and have
I'm always looking for something unusual. I create personalized tours for my clients where the common thread is the local experience. I live in Piedmont, but over time I have built a network of friends/colleagues who have the same way of thinking about travel. Holidays in Italy are a mine of sensations, opportunities for recreation and culture. The country has a network of wonderful itineraries. A heritage of art that
The desire for outdoor excursions is undeniable! A trek in Piedmont is undoubtedly a wonderful prospect! And maybe you've been dreaming of trekking in the Langhe for a long time. Here's what I'll give you to choose which type of trekking in Piedmont is right for you! Trekking Piedmont: Better driven or autonomously? Trekking Piedmont. Guided excursions I've always liked guided tours. The sense of sharing with other participants. The
We at Slowdays have specialized for years in the organization of events such as the hen and stag party in the Langhe located 2 steps from Turin. We have thought of different programs that will surely satisfy all types of groups: from the most adventurous to lovers of relaxation, food, and wine. Looking for original ideas to organize the stag party? Here are our 4 proposals! STAG PARTY IDEA WINE
By yourself or Tour Operator? I felt the need to write this article because it happens, less and less frequently in fact, that someone wonders what the organization in a Tour is for. And especially in the case of short tours, it's believed that making yourself is basically the best solution. Two cases in the past few days that I want to tell you about: Mary and Joan (fancy names).

Join Slowdays and visit 3 of Langhe’s most beautiful cities Hello all friends of Slowdays and welcome back to our blog! If you are here it is because you want to know more about the most interesting cities in the Langhe. With the arrival of spring we tend to spend more willingly a few days away from home, every weekend is an opportunity to discover new destinations and attractions. I