Rich in history thanks to its strategic position, the city of Acqui Terme owes its fame to the thermal waters that have been founded in ancient times by Greek settlers.
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Borghetto di Borbera (AL)> The Bolleblu Water Park is full of attractions and slides, some unique in Italy, such as the Trottola. It also offers whirlpools for adults and games for children on the grass of the Park.
Prestigious palaces and an inevitable castle are the background of a town that during the summer comes alive with cultural events among which an international dance festival stands out.
A hill town surrounded by vineyards dominated by a seventeenth-century castle and a church, austere in the facade, but with rich interiors, where concerts of classical music are often held. Also worth a visit is the village of Moleto, a sort of architectural laboratory en plen air.
A strategic military outpost, the city of Alessandria has been for centuries a flourishing agricultural and commercial area in Piedmont and today it is an important industrial center as well as a crossroad for roads and railways.