From Sunday, 2 April, the coordinated opening of the 26 Romanesque churches of the Romanesque Network of the Hills spread over 23 municipalities in the north of Asti and the hills of Turin, with their related proximity paths, will resume.
The opening will be every first Sunday of the month until October.

For each church, a brochure is available to visitors, highlighting its salient points and history, and a ring-route (17 in all) has been identified and marked out, with relative signposting, for pedestrians and cyclists, varying in length between 6 and 15 kilometres, which develops in the surrounding area, sometimes linking some of them together. Each route is accompanied by a specific GPS track.
Finally, a General Map of the Romanesque Network of the Hills collects the essential indications (GPS coordinates, reference telephone number, any other openings...) of all 26 churches and 17 routes; a specific stamp can be placed on this map for each church visited as a reminder.

The municipalities and churches involved follow:
Albugnano (Abbazia di Vezzolano e San Pietro), Andezeno (San Giorgio), Aramengo (San Giorgio), Berzano di San Pietro (San Giovanni), Brusasco (San Pietro), Buttigliera d’Asti (San Martino), Casalborgone (San Siro), Castagneto Po (San Genesio), Castell’Alfero (Madonna della neve), Castelnuovo Don Bosco (Sant’Eusebio), Cavagnolo (Abbazia di Santa Fede), Cerreto (Sant’Andrea di Casaglio), Cocconato (Madonna della Neve), Cortazzone (San Secondo), Marentino (Santa Maria), Mombello di Torino (San Lorenzo), Montafia (San Martino e San Giorgio in frazione Bagnasco), Montechiaro (San Nazario e Celso), Montiglio Monferrato (San Lorenzo e Santi Sebastiano e Fabiano a Scadeluzza), Portacomaro (San Pietro), San Sebastiano Po (San Pietro), Tigliole (San Lorenzo), Tonengo (San Michele)

Contact info
  • Free admission

From 02/04/2023 to 01/10/2023

  • Sun
    10:00 - 12:30, 15:00 - 18:00
Available every: Sunday (First week)