The French Provence region, bordering with Italy and the Mediterranean Sea, is known for its diverse landscapes. From the highest Southern Alps to the Camargue plains. You’ll pass by the lavender fields, rolling vineyards, and the highest mountain passes. Be prepared for a diverse surrounding.
The Italian Piedmont region borders France in the west and Switzerland in the north. Home of the Alps, it’s known for its highest peaks, rich Italian cuisine, and the best wines. Due to the elevation, it can be warm in the days and cold in the nights.
The Italian Liguria region is touched by the southern tip of GLR 9. Its elevation is lower than the Piedmont region and therefore also warmer and dryer in the summer period. The region is known for its beaches, historic towns, and excellent cuisine.
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