Nestled among the Alps, Pinerolo offers plenty of serenity and charm, where charming squares sit alongside majestic mountains.

At the heart of the city sits the majestic Duomo, which is dedicated to San Donato of Arezzo. The city is also known for its military connections, which can be explored at its cavalry museum.

Follow Pinerolo's medieval streets up-hill and you'll be treated to refreshing alpine airs and sensational panoramic views. And then reward yourself with a stop in a local trattoria for exceptional local cuisine, and wine. The gateway to the Italian Alps, Pinerolo is an idyllic retreat from the everyday.

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Well-known for its skiing, the resort village of Valloire may be a winter sports favourite, but it has plenty to offer throughout the rest of the year too.

When the snows fall, Valloire's slopes are filled with skiiers and snowboarders. And the annual ice and snow sculpture competitions see artists from around the world create temporary masterpieces in the heart of the resort.

In the summer, Valloire is perfect for hiking and activities like horse-riding, golf and zip-lining are also on offer. And after you've worked up an appetite, there's much to be enjoyed in the region's local cuisine, including its award-winning beers and cheeses.

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