Last Chance for Northern Italy: Torino and the Charming Countryside!
October 9-18, 2014
Don’t miss out on this amazing trip to Piedmont and its capital Torino!
Trip Highlights Include:
- Torino: Piazza Castello, Cathedral of Turin, Piazza San Carlo, Egyptian Museum and Savoy Gallery, Piazza Carlo Alberto, Mole , the Museum of the Risorgimento (Unification), the Royal Place, chocolate tasting and much more.
- Near Torino: Medieval village, Museo dell’Automobile, and visit to “Eataly,” the Slow Food high quality market.
- Piedmont Region: Medieval Towers and Castles, truffle hunt with guide and his dog, visits in Alba, study the Barolo and Barbaresco wine production and tasting, visits to the Barolo Falletti Castle and its Wine Museum, local cooking course and dinner, visit a cheese producer and enjoy a tasting-lunch, learn about producing the world’s best hazelnut, and much more.
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On this Go Learn journey you will learn about the political past and the unification of today’s Italy. We will immerse ourselves into quintessential Italian delicacies of the Piedmont region.
Torino, the birthplace of Italy, boasts stunning baroque, rococo and neoclassical architecture and palazzos, many dating to the mid-19th century, the time when Italy’s constitution was signed in this very town, making Torino the first capital of Italy.
Experience Italy through cheese, wine, chocolate, castles, truffle hunting, cooking and wonderful fragrances of fall harvests in the location where Italy began.
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Meet your Trip Leader: Giuliana Marple!
Born and raised in Torino, Italy, Giuliana Marple is a University of Utah and Continuing Education Italian langauge instructor and expert on Piedmont, Tuscany, Umbria, and Rome. For the past 25 years, Giuliana has conducted tours, held educational travel workshops and managed University study abroad programs.
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