Piemonte Slow

Ivrea

Ivrea (Ĕpŏrĕdĭa in Latin) is a Roman city in the province of Turin. It is considered the capital of Canavese, and it is rich in medieval monuments.

Strategically crossroads already in remote times, Ivrea connects Turin and Milan with the Val d’Aosta region.

The old town of Ivrea hangs on a hill that leads to the Castle of Savoy and the Duomo, while the modern part occupies both banks of the Dora Baltea river.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivrea

By bike

On foot

Itineraries

Province: Torino - Elevation: 253 m. - Population 24.000

Tourist information:

ATL Turismo Torino e provincia: contact@turismotorino.orgwww.turismotorino.org

IAT – Ufficio di Informazione e Accoglienza Turistica – Piazza Ottinetti – Tel. 0125.618131 – info.ivrea@turismotorino.org – VisitAMI: http://www.anfiteatromorenicoivrea.it/

Associations and services for slow tourism

Riparazione e assistenza:
Bicisport +39 012540348 www.bicisportivrea.com
Fulvia Pagliughi +39 0125251159 http://www.fulviapagliughi.it/biciclette
Cycles Fiore Sic +39 0125641695 http://www.ciclifiore.com/ ciclifiore@gmail.com

Getting to Ivrea

Train: Turin – Aosta railway line, with bicycle transport.

Bus: connections to Turin, Milan, Aosta.

Highway: A5, Turin – Aosta.

More info: https://www.comune.ivrea.to.it/scopri-ivrea/come-arrivare.html