WHERE WE AREAlbergo dell’Agenzia
Located few kilometres from Alba, between two unique beautiful regions such as Langhe and Roero - UNESCO world heritage site - this 4 star hotel has 44 rooms and 3 suites with all comforts and facilities.
Restaurant, bar, fitness outdoor swimming pool, private parking, meeting room able to accommodate up to 200 people.
A two-hectares park and the Cherasco Golf Club only a few minutes away complete this prestigious hotel offer.
Via Fossano 21 - 12042 Pollenzo - Bra (CN)
tel. +39 0172 458600 - Fax +39 0172 458645
HOW TO GET TO POLLENZO Albergo dell’Agenzia
From the A6 Torino-Savona highway
Exit at Marene then turn right, following the signs for Bra. Once in Bra, follow the signs for Pollenzo for 4km until arriving in Pollenzo. After the roundabout, take the second right onto Via Carlo Alberto, which leads to Piazza Vittorio Emanuele.
From the A21 Torino-Piacenza highway
Exit at Asti-Est then turn right. Follow the signs for Alba-Bra, staying on the tangenziale (ring road) and then the SS231 towards Alba. Follow the signs for Alba-Bra. At the traffic light continue straight on the main road. After passing through Cinzano, turn left at the sign for Pollenzo. At the roundabout continue straight on towards SP7 then after a few hundred meters turn left onto Via Amadeo di Savoia, which leads to Piazza Vittorio Emanuele.
From the center follow the signs for Alba. At the bottom of the hill continue until the traffic lights, then turn right for Pollenzo. At the roundabout go straight on, then take the second road on your right (Via Carlo Alberto), which leads to Piazza Vittorio Emanuele.
There are direct train links to Bra from Turin’s Porta Nuova station (journey time approx. 1 hour), Alba (25 minutes) and Asti (70 minutes). Some trains from Turin involve a change at either Cavallermaggiore or Carmagnola.
From Bra the number 2 bus runs to Pollenzo from the stop opposite the station (approx. every hour and a half, journey time is 20 minutes).
UNIVERSITY OF GASTRONOMIC SCIENCES
Young people from all over the world come to Pollenzo every year to discover flavors, gastronomic excellence and the best production techniques.
It was here, among the hills in the heart of rural Piedmont, that the story of Slow Food, the association that puts “good, clean and fair” food at the center of the cultural debate, began. And it was from an idea of Slow Food’s that the project to restore the entire Pollenzo complex was born.