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Borgo dei borghi 2019: list of participants, finalists and final ranking 2019


Also in 2019 the review "Borgo dei Borghi" proposed by RAI3 he had his own champion. What then, let's face it, the champions are a bit of all Italian villages, masterpieces of longevity and flags of "vintage" charm.
In the previous edition, i villages of the villages of 2018 were Gradara, in the Marche region, and then Petralia Soprana in Sicily, in the Autumn edition. And in 2019? Which village did the scepter and crown of "Most beautiful village in Italy"?
Let's go to the discovery of that Italy made up of villages and stones, shops and artisans: here it is 2019 ranking of the most beautiful villages in Italy!



Index

  1. Ranking of the most beautiful villages in Italy 2019
  2. List of participants in the Autumn 2019 edition
  3. User questions and comments

Ranking of the most beautiful villages in Italy 2019

20 villages (one per region) were admitted to the final, 4 of which came to contend for victory in the final. The other 16 were presented during the episode and then simply reported in order of appearance.

20 Location: Castel del Monte, Province of L'Aquila - Abruzzo

  • Typical products: Pecorino, "marcetto" (spicy fermented pecorino cream), "chiaranese" (sheep meat cooked according to the shepherds' custom)
  • Typical meal: strangolapreti or laganelle soup with legumes, vegetables and potatoes
  • Ideal time for a visit: Summer, spring, Christmas period

19 Location: Cetona, Province of Siena - Tuscany

  • Typical products: Oil and wine
  • Typical meal: Pici with garlic
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring

18 Location: Bruzio, Province of Cosenza - Calabria

  • Typical products: Cheeses, Oil and Wine
  • Typical meal: Filiciata (cheese dish)
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring and Summer

17 Location: Fratta Polesine, Province of Rovigo - Veneto

  • Typical products: Polesano white garlic
  • Typical meal: Polesana-style mussels
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring and Summer

16 Location: Gradara, Province of Pesaro and Urbino - Marche



  • Typical products: Country herbs, cicerbita grass (scarpen in dialect) and sausage
  • Typical meal: the bigol: hand-made spaghetti seasoned with porcini mushrooms from Montefeltro or with meat sauce from the Marche region.
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring and Summer

15 Location: Tremosine sul Garda, Province of Brescia - Lombardy

  • Typical products: Tremosine cheese, honey and extra virgin olive oil
  • Typical meal: tortelli di Tremosine and cùsa polenta prepared with black flour
  • Ideal time for a visit: Summer and Autumn

14 Location: Vitorchiano, Province of Viterbo - Lazio

  • Typical products: Cavatelli di Vitorchiano and Ciambella di San Michele
  • Typical meal: Cavatelli of the "beggar"
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring, autumn and summer

13 Location: Strassoldo, Province of Udine - Friuli Venezia Giulia

  • Typical products: beef and goat meat
  • Typical meal: Frico fiulano
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring

12 Location: Bagnoli del Trigno, Province of Isernia - Molise

  • Typical products: pizza missing yeast (unleavened pizza, stuffed with pieces of meat and bacon fried in oil)
  • Typical meal: Cavaceci (cavatelli and chickpeas)
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring or summer

11 Location: Tassullo, Province of Trento - Trentino Alto Adige

  • Typical products: mountain cheeses, honey and wine from the Val di Non
  • Typical meal: potato tortel, strangolapreti (gnocchi made with stale bread and spinach), canederli and polenta with game
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring and summer

10 Location: Bovino, Province of Foggia - Puglia

  • Typical products: homemade pasta and almond biscuits
  • Typical meal: Apulian orecchiette, fusilli with fresh tomato sauce
  • Ideal time for a visit: spring and summer

9 Location: Gressoney-Saint Jean, Valle d'Aosta

  • Typical products: walser gnocchi
  • Typical meal: Chnefflene with Gressoney fondue
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring Summer

8 Location: Lugnano in Teverina, Province of Terni - Umbria

  • Typical products: extra virgin olive oil
  • Typical meal: bread with must during the harvest period, bocconcello di San Francesco (cheese donut)
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring autumn

7 Location: Cella Monte, Province of Alessandria - Piedmont

  • Typical products: White truffle
  • Typical meal: Agnolotti
  • Ideal time for a visit: Summer

6 Location: Castellabate, Province of Salerno - Campania

  • Typical products: Oil, figs and wine
  • Typical meal: fusilli with mutton ragout
  • Ideal time for a visit: Summer spring

5 Location: Atzara, Province of Nuoro - Sardinia

  • Typical products: Mandrolisai wine
  • Typical meal: Sa tumballa (baked pasta), sa pudda prena, single dish consisting of chicken, eggs and liver pesto, dried tomatoes, lard, parsley and saffron
  • Ideal time for a visit: Summer spring

4 Location: Laigueglia, Province of Savona - Liguria

  • Typical products: baci di Laigueglia (almond cakes), gobeletti (shortcrust pastry and jam)
  • Typical meal: stuffed sardines
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring or summer

3 Location: Rotondella, Province of Matera - Basilicata

  • Typical products: Apricots from Rotondella, Sospiro Rotondellese (cake decorated with a spiral of chocolate to recall the shape of the country)
  • Typical meal: Gnommarèdde (Zanzanèdde): rolls prepared with kid or lamb entrails and roasted on the grill
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring or summer

2 Location: Palazzolo Acreide, Province of Syracuse - Sicily

  • Typical products: Palazzolo sausage
  • Typical meal: Cavati (hand-made pasta, elongated in shape, topped with pork sauce), ricotta ravioli and caponata
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring

1 Location: Bobbio, Province of Piacenza - Emilia Romagna

  • Typical products: Cured meats, porcini mushrooms and truffles
  • Typical meal: macaroni alla bobbiese with stew sauce
  • Ideal time for a visit: Spring and Summer

List of participants in the Autumn 2019 edition

Here is the complete list of the 60 villages competing (3 for each region):



  • Sardinia: San Teodoro, Atzara, Castelsardo
  • Lombardy: Tremosine, Bienno, San Benedetto Po
  • Calabria: Fiumefreddo Bruzio, Bova, imperial fortress
  • Sicily: Palazzolo Acreide, Castelmola, Gangi
  • Latium: San Felice Circeo, Caprarola, Vitorchiano
  • Piedmont: Cella Monte, Vogogna, Monforte d'Alba
  • Molise: Peaches, Ferrazzano, Bagnoli del Trignoù
  • Walk: Moresco, Gradara, Montecosaro
  • Liguria: Noli, Laigueglia, Brugnato
  • Campania: Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi, Montesarchio, Castellabate
  • Emilia Romagna: Verucchio, Bobbio, Vigoleno
  • Apulia: Bovino, Maruggio, Sternatia
  • Trentino-Alto Adige: Chiusa, Gais, Tassullo
  • Valle d'Aosta: Chamois, Fenis, Gressoney-Saint-Jean
  • Veneto: Fratta Polesine, Borghetto di Valeggio, San Giorgio di Valpolicella
  • Friuli-Venezia Giulia: Strassoldo, Sesto al Reghena, Toppo
  • Abruzzo: Caramanico Terme, Castel del Monte, Pescocostanzo
  • Tuscany.: Barga, Castiglione di Garfagnana, Cetona
  • Umbria: Bettona, Panicale, Lugnano in Teverina
  • Basilicata: Castelmezzano, Rotondella, Brindisi of the Mountain
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