Rome, Italy's capital, is located about 300 miles (483 kilometers) to the southeast of Terruggia, while Turin is 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the west.
Try not to limit yourself to Terruggia; Piedmont has been blessed with plenty of man-made and natural attractions which await the savvy traveler. For more ways to enjoy the region, check out the Torre dell'Angelo and Torre di Città in the vicinity of Vercelli, which is 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the south of Terruggia.
Alessandria is about 15 miles (24 kilometers) from Terruggia. This regional center has a number of interesting attractions, including Museo Etnografico della Gambarina C'era una Volta, Chiesa di Santa Maria di Castello and Museo della Battaglia di Marengo. Alessandria has lots to offer travelers willing to spend a little time here. Piazza della Liberta, Piazzetta della Lega Lombarda and Antiquarium Forum Fulvii are just a sample of the other interesting sights worth a visit.
For a window into the local culture, head straight to Piedmont's craft workshops, art galleries and theaters. On sunny days, why not take the opportunity to discover Piedmont's farms, gardens and open-air museums?.
Relax upon the region's waters and enjoy popular watersports such as wake boarding or canoeing. One of the nicest ways to explore the wild open spaces in Piedmont is to join for a ice skating or caving adventure.
As you finish your vacation, pack your suitcase and bid Italy a fond Ciao (farewell).