Book a hotel in historic Baldichieri d'Asti
The jewel-coloured buildings in Baldichieri d'Asti in sunny northern Italy are the stuff of dreams. But here, in this serene village less than an hour outside of Turin by train, you will also find the offices and of one of Italy's major suppliers of motorbike parts, Zard. The tranquil setting disguises a rather racier business life than you might think. If you come to the Piedmont region of Italy and book a hotel in Baldichieri d'Asti, you will see for yourself.
What will I find in Baldichieri d'Asti that is unique?
The first historical records of Baldichieri are mentioned in a record of Otto I the Great. His castle and the ancient village of Baldichieri were destroyed in 1553 by French armies, but the historic character of the village remains. The brilliantly painted buildings and surrounding countryside glow like the Italian sun they bask in almost year round. The landscape alternates pleasantly between meadows, vineyards and woods. A settlement and Roman outpost since the first century, discoveries made in Baldichieri are housed at Asti Archaeological Museum.
How will I find business life here?
Baldichieri d'Asti may initially seem a quiet northern Italian backwater, but in fact it is a major employer in the locality with more than 300 employees. The village is the headquarters for a number of manufacturing, industrial, and craft businesses, the influence of which is felt far beyond Baldichieri. No doubt its favourable logistical position has stood the village in good stead. The commercial nexus of Turin is commutable in less than an hour, making Baldicieri an ideal Italian hideaway outside the bustle.
What else can I do during my stay at a Baldichieri d'Asti hotel?
One of the best things to do after work from your hotel in Baldichieri d'Asti is nothing. A perfect backdrop for La Dolce Vita, here you can relax in the sun, enjoying simple pleasures and superb cuisine. Try local dishes asparagus with fondue, artichokes Monferrato, and capunet cabbage. For a really magical experience, come to the Carnival Baldo at Eastertime, a traditional feast you will remember for life. Or have a gander at the chiaroscuro animating the façade of the San Secondo parish church. If you fancy a game of tennis, you will find courts on Via Garibaldi.