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Quadrilatero Romano

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Quadrilatero Romano

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Barolo Wine and Food Tasting at Piedmont Region Winery
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Barolo Wine and Food Tasting at Piedmont Region Winery

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Considered one of Italy’s greatest red wines, Barolo is a favorite of oenophiles around the world. During your next visit to the Piedmont wine region—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—learn more about how Barolo and other local varietals are made during a behind-the-scenes tour of a family-run winery. Tour the vineyards, visit the cellar, and enjoy samples of a dozen wines, plus locally made meats and cheese.
US$49.51 per adult
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N A wrote a review Jul 2019
Bologna, Italy356 contributions122 helpful votes
to have a walk on a Sunday for example after lunch. It is a quite area and you can see very beautiful buildings there.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Benny H wrote a review Jun 2019
Lede, Belgium62 contributions40 helpful votes
Nice remains serving as a rest place for beggars. Walk around without going in. It is not worth wile.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Aleksandar wrote a review Jan 2019
Belgrade, Serbia8215 contributions1805 helpful votes
Great area if you're into history. Nice remainings from late Roman period, although not much left, but it's still enough for a quick view.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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CMChang wrote a review Jul 2018
Amsterdam, The Netherlands293 contributions77 helpful votes
There is a fenced off area containing ancient Roman walls, which was unfortunately occupied by several vagrants so we got out fast. We viewed the awesome statues of 2 ceasars and walked around the market and streets. I can't say I was amazed but worth seeing while in Turin. We asked for a walking tour at the visitor's information office but they had none. Too bad.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Giorgio G wrote a review Oct 2017
Washington DC, District of Columbia1380 contributions329 helpful votes
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Quadrilatero (four sides) describes the area located between the Porta Palatina, almost intact, the Decumana (or Praetoria) absorbed by Palazzo Madama and two other doors now gone. Vastly gentrified, the area is a charming conglomerate of illustrious palaces, Baroque and Romanesque churches, trendy restaurants and boutiques and antique book stores. Great for both a day or evening visit or both.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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