Tourist Information

The Tidone Valley, named after the Tidone stream, originating from the Penice Mountain and running through the valley, is in the western most part of the province of Piacenza.
The Tidone Valley has been since antiquity a borderline and strategic area linking the Po Valley and Lombardy. This vast and sunny valley with its hills covered in orchards and vineyards, coppices and pine forests, wineries, farmhouses, small villages, medieval towns, castles, villas, fortresses, and dozens of wine and local food tasting tours offers rest and relaxation to its visitors.

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How to reach us

Val Tidone (Piacenza), 70 km from Milano
Airports: Milano Malpensa – Linate – Orio al Serio
Motor-way: A21 Torino-Piacenza (exit Castel San Giovanni)
Rail links: on the Torino-Bologna or Genova-Bologna routes
(Piacenza or Castel San Giovanni)

  • Car Take the A21 Motor-way (Piacenza-Torino) and exit at Castel San Giovanni; then follow the signs for the Val Tidone

  • Train Stop either at Piacenza or Castel San Giovanni Railway station
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  • Bus Click here to see the SETA Bus time-table
  • Plane Click here to plan your flight and airport connection