Easter is one of those occasions when our farm opens its doors to all who want to spend a day in the countryside, in a familiar and quiet.
We look forward to our lunch. For information on the menu call us on 3407579886.
Lunch is by reservation only: you can book by 12.04.2017.
We have a new digital home, it's the new website of "I Vicini di Cesare"’s Agritourism, designed to welcome and take care of you even before you arrive in Castelnuovo Calcea.
And also offer you a nice memento of your stay, thanks to Letizia Cigliutti’s photographs. A good reason to come back and visit us.
Do you remember the ocean, the whales and the corals in Asti? It was “just” a few million years ago! The museum dedicated to the sea’s prehistoric giants whose remains were discovered in the vineyards on the hills, is in Corso Alfieri, in Asti.
“It’s the fascinating story of the time when the landscape around Asti, between 5 and 2 million years ago, wasn’t made of hills and vineyards, but covered by the sea. Whales, dolphins and shells that once lived in the sea, recently have found a new home in the city centre, in the paleontological museum at Palazzo Michelerio, and now have been given even more space, beneath the brick volts of the historic building in Corso Alfieri”.
Following years of refurbishment, Palazzo Alfieri, the house of Vittorio Alfieri, in Corso Alfieri in Asti, finally has reopened.
The house where Vittorio Alfieri was born, at number 375 of Corso Alfieri, in Asti, was inaugurated on the anniversary of his birth (16 January 1749).
The rooms and museum exhibits, set up with scientific precision, allow visitors to appreciate the atmosphere of the poet’s house and learn more about his life and works.
The “Centro di Studi Alfieriani” Foundation, following its return to Palazzo Alfieri eighty years after the creation of the National Centre, continues its work to protect, research and divulge the moral heritage of one of Italy’s most illustrious citizens.
The singer and songwriter from Asti, born in 1937, celebrated his 80th birthday in a trattoria in Cortiglione d’Asti.
“The sophisticated singer and songwriter, renowned and appreciated across the world, shares his birthday with Adriano Celentano (who turned 79), the interpreter of one of his most successful songs, “Azzurro”.
Only 80 guests, one for each year, attended the dinner that took place in his beloved land. The singer, songwriter and lawyer, passionate about jazz, who has always preferred the simple, reserved life of the countryside, blew the candles in a trattoria in the municipality of Cortiglione d'Asti with family, collaborators, musicians and his dearest friends.