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#1 Moncenisio - Torino (101 km)

Alps, Abbeys, Kings and Barbera

Moncenisio – Val di Susa (50 km)

Start exactly on the border between France & Italy close to Saint Nicolas Lake (km 0) and go down towards the great Pianura Padana. If you prefer to explore France, you will find more than 72 velò-routes in La Maurienne province.

After some road bends, reach the village of Moncenisio (km 7) among the woods and head for Novalesa (km 14): take your time to visit the ancient Abbazia Benedettina. Proceed downhill southward till Susa (km 22) and pass below the Arco di Augusto, built in the 1st century B.C.

Pass by the villages of BussolenoSant’Antonino and Chiusa di San Michele (km 50): you have arrived at the feet of the famous Sacra di San Michele, a monastery which dominates the passage from the valley to the plane.

Val di Susa – Torino (51 km)

Proceed to the natural park of Avigliana lakes (km 60) and leave the mountains behind you: pass by Orbassano(km 80) and enjoy the royal Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi (km 88): a UNESCO site, projected by Filippo Juvarra for the Savoia family.

Head northward and eventually reach the River Po (km 95), the longest river in Italy, which caresses TorinoFollow the river on the left bank till the very centre of the city: Vittorio Emanuele I bridge (km 101). In front of you, a nice round church: la Gran Madre.

Torino was the first Capital of the Italian Kingdom: you can still feel its heritage visiting the Museo Nazionale del Cinema inside la Mole Antonelliana or walking by San SalvarioMurazzi and the central Piazza Castello.


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#2 Torino – Novara

Piedmont gave birth to Cavour, a national hero famous for his political skills. Leaving Turin we will follow one of his achievements: the Cavour Canal, built in 1866. Extremely important for the rice fields, the canal leads you into an ecological area full of birds and animals. A little deviation to Vercelli, in order to intercept Via Francigena, and then you will reach Novara: find a restaurant and ask for Paniscia!