La Morra is situated in the Centre of the Langhe da Barolo. 11 villages have the autority to produce Barolo. La Morra produces between 30 and 35 procent of it. About 500 meters above sea level the panorama is one of the most beautifull of Piedmont.
The other Barolo villages with their medieval castles are also worth visiting: Barolo, with its Faletti castle and wine museum, Crinzane Cavour: museum and seat of the regional wines and truffles, Castaglione Faletti, Roddi, Monforte ,Serralunga d'Alba...
Alba, once the town with the 100 towers, is actually the capital of the white truffle, a city with lots of events.
Bra, cradle of the slow food motion has interesting monuments, the 'Banca del Vino' and the university of gastronomy in the ancient castle of the Savoie family.
Cherasco, a beautifull little town is famous for antiquity, chocolate, escargots and golf.
Barbaresco, Neive and Treiso where is made the famous Barbaresco wine, little brother of the Barolo, are nice places too.
Mondovi has a medieval upper town and nearby the sanctuary with the largest oval decorated dome of the world.
Cuneo, at the feet of the Alpi Maritimi is a marvelous city, famous for its 'prosciuto crudo' and its cheese.
The city of Turin has a treasure of museums, castles and other interesting monuments.
After a drive of 80 km you can be at the.Coast of Savona, after 150 km at Monte Carlo, after 150 km at Milan.
The most beautiful National Parks of Italy are within driving distance.
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