Villa Garibalda was built between the 18th and the 19th century and took the name Villa Garibalda because of its use as a meeting point for the local Garibaldians. This was the name of the sympathy (followers) for Giuseppe Garibaldi, hero of the two worlds, and creator of a fundamental page of Italian history: The expedition of the 1860s.
In the '900 and precisely in 1954 the Villa was bought by the Campionissimo Fausto Coppi (a famous cyclist), whose native village, Castellania, is a few kilometres from the Villa and whose memory is still present and alive in the area, also through the Museum of the Campionissimi in Novi Ligure.
After a slow and careful restoration of the Villa, the interior is furnished with authentic furniture of the time that further enriches the charm of the original decorations and gives a charming atmosphere to the rooms and the common areas.
On the property there is also a second architectural building, an ancient farmhouse surrounded by greenery, restored in a more modern fashion.
Villa Garibalda is nestled on the rolling hills of Tortona, which today takes the features of an elegant location in which the most important events are hosted.
Villa Garibalda is set in a prestigious location full of charm and natural beauty, ideal for exploring the corner of Piedmont which is full of history and is one of the best food and wine regions in Italy.
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