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Piedmont as a destination

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My wife and I are planning to visit Italy this summer for about 2 1/2 weeks and are considering travelling to the region of Piedmont. From what we have read and heard, Turin looks very beautiful and interesting and the whole area, especially the smaller, hilltop towns, look wonderful. We would also consider taking a day trip to Genoa, and maybe Milan, and also spend a few days on the Ligurian Coast towards the end of our trip.

We are thinking about staying in a hotel in Turin (we think for 4 days) and maybe rent a home in the countryside for the rest of the time in the region.

We have been to Italy twice before, once in Rome, Florence and Venice on one trip, and the other time we were in Naples and the Amalfi Coast.

Is this region worth visiting for this much time?

Your advice would be welcome.

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