Casale Monferrato: sights and museums
The ancient Monferrato Capital is full of monuments to visit.
The Tourist Information and Welcoming Office reopens from 27th April. New location at the Castle in Casale Monferrato
Thanks to the project by Regione Piemonte, you are our guest 2 nights out of three. It is possible in fact to stay 3 nights and pay only for 1, if you book at participant accommodation. For more information about the Monferrato area: www.monferratontour.it and Sistema Monferrato. Ph credit Alexala.
Discover the Monferrato area with a useful map and tourist information!
Ph. Santuario di Crea - Archivio Sacri Monti
Wander through the Monferrato Casalese area thanks to our itineraries, from Casale Monferrato, the historical capital of the area, to the Unesco sites, villages, landscapes, Big Benches, art, museums, food & wine.
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...along the river, from green hills to sparkling rice fields... on foot or by bike.
...for families, enthusiasts and athletes.
Info and contacts of tourist guides who work in the Monferrato Casalese area
Its historic center presents the features of the ancient splendours and its faceted identity. Do not miss: St. Evasio Cathedral, the Synagogue and Jewish Museums, the Civic Museum and "Gipsoteca Bistolfi". (Ph. credit IAT Casale)
Moncalvo, Serralunga di Crea con il Sacro Monte di Crea, Ponzano Monferrato, Odalengo Piccolo, Castell'Alfero Moncalvo, the smallest city in Italy, is a center of great historic importance. Also the neighborhoods will not miss interesting experiences.
Vignale Monferrato, Altavilla Monferrato, Fubine Monferrato, Quargnento, Lu-Cuccaro Monferrato, San Salvatore Monferrato ... Where can you find fascinating panoramas, food and cultural attractions? By visiting the zone of Vignale, between the Unesco hills, the Alessandria plain and the Asti countries.
Frassineto Po, Valmacca, Giarole, Pecetto di Valenza, Occimiano, Mirabello Monferrato and the Lomellina area with Breme, Mede and Sartirana Lomellina ... After Casale Monferrato, the Po river flows southwards across a flat area on both sides where the first certified "Piedmont" protected area of the river park is located.