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Alba

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Alba, Piedmont 12051

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Karen & Kym
Karen & Kym
August 15, 2019
Considered to be the capital of the UNESCO Human Heritage hilly area of Langhe, and dating back to Roman times, Alba is famous for white truffle, peaches and wine. Walk the elegant old town, participate in wine tastings, take aperitivo outside, visit the Duomo and other historic churches, the…
Ian
Ian
August 13, 2019
Alba is a town in Italy’s Piedmont region. It's known for its white truffles. The Alba Cathedral, rebuilt in Gothic style, has a bell tower with city views. Nearby, the Church of San Giovanni Battista contains artworks from the 14th century onward. The Federico Eusebio Museum houses artifacts from…
Anthony
Anthony
September 11, 2018
From late September through to January, Alba is host to gastrotourists from around the world who flock to the UNESCO World Heritage site for the fleeting aroma, flavour, of white truffles. Shaved atop tajarin, Alba’s ubiquitous egg pasta - tagliolini, or meat-filled agnolotti, also native, during…
Roland
Roland
September 01, 2018
That is where all the tourists meet! Busy main street, more or less expensive shopping, quite a few good restaurants. Highlights are Vinum Alba in spring and Alba White Truffle Fair in autumn. Extremely crowded Saturday market. Do not miss donkey race on first weekend of October, but you will not be…
Tony-Reinhold
Tony-Reinhold
June 07, 2018
It is a bigger city compared to the other smaller cities around Alba. It also has a stunning old city, every week they have a big market, lots of festivals throughout the year, bars, restaurant and so on.

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