The Alps form a backdrop to large, picturesque valleys, pools and rice fields, long rows of poplars and ancient farmhouses. Piedmont always reveals different panoramas where multiple experiences can be enjoyed. From the royal Turin - with its historic cafés, the Savoy residences and the imposing Egyptian Museum - to all the other provinces, endless traces of art and antiquity are to be found everywhere. Architectural treasures and natural monuments along the course of the River Po, which springs here before crossing all of northern Italy. Paths through parks - do not miss the Val Grande National Park and the Gran Paradiso National Park, the oldest in Italy -, Lake Maggiore and its islands are just some of the many attractions in Piedmont. Discoveries and surprises of all kinds await visitors all year round: famous ski resorts and enormous green spaces ideal for sports, not to mention a food and wine offering at its finest in the Langhe-Roero and Monferrato wine-growing areas.