Asti

Home to some of Italy's best red and white wines, this ancient city retains some historic sites, medieval towers, and Roman traces.

Asti is a city and commune of about 75,000 inhabitants located in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy. Sections of the ancient city walls remain on the north side of the city. The area to the northwest of the city, between the center and the cathedral, is rich in medieval palaces and merchants houses, many with monumental towers. Asti was known as the city of 100 towers (although there were 120 in total) of which several still remain, among them, the Tower of the Comentini (13th century), the octagonal Torre de Regibus and Torre Troyana (13th century), as well as the ancient Rossa di San Secondo.
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  • Via Bonzanigo
  • 014S Asti, S. Maria
   

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