Living in the Langhe
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- Visiting the Cinque Terre 1 month ago The Cinque Terre, in case you haven’t heard, is a group of five beautiful villages on the Ligurian coast, perched above the sea, clinging to the rock. You can’t drive into them, the views are staggering and they have some of the best hiking of the whole coast. I’ve wanted to visit for about...
- How to book a Villa holiday in Italy 3 months ago When this is all over, and it will be, one day, we’re all going to need a good holiday, and what better than staying in a villa in the Italian countryside? Long walks through the vines, a glass of wine by the pool and shopping for fresh produce at the local market… if anyone tells […]
- The lockdown continues 8 months ago We’re two weeks into lockdown now and we’re all still alive, healthy and (relatively) happy. Since I wrote last the rules have become even tighter here… last week we were surviving by going for lots of walks in the vineyards and forests, but that has now been outlawed too. We are allowed to...
- Life on lockdown 8 months ago As I’m sure you’ve heard, the whole of Italy is on coronavirus lockdown right now. We’re not supposed to leave home unless for work, health or family reasons. And if we do go out, there is a form to fill in and carry at all times in case we get stopped by the police. We […]
- Cycling the Langhe 1 year ago Whether you’re a MAMIL, a FOSIL or just a plain old person who likes cycling, the Langhe is a biking paradise. Empty roads, rolling hills, breathtaking views, perfect weather, great coffee and, of course, some of the best food and wine in the world to help you recharge afterwards. The only...
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21:02 PM January 15, 2014
Nice! We may be moving to the area and it's nice to know there's someone who speaks English there! My husband's company is buying a company in Torino...so we are wondering where the best place to locate in the area is! We vacationed in Lake Como last summer and loved it but I guess it's too far from the actual company. Any tips?
12:54 PM January 04, 2018
Ciao! I was born in Turin, left it in 2001, moved to the UK, got married in 2009 now I am trying to go back to my beloved Turin with my hubby. Can you give us some advice? My husband works for Tarmac here, project area manager but does not speak any italian. I can't wait to move back home! Elena