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Located in the hilly region of Langhe and declared a UNESCO Human Heritage site, the city is famous for its confectionery and wine production units. The site indicates the presence of an ancient Roman civilization, and citizens were part of the Italian resistance movement during World War II. French troops liberated it in 1945 after it was under the Fascist Republic of Salo for a brief period. Hotels in Alba rely on the reputation of the city as a premier wine region and Piedmont's gourmet capital serving a wide range of specialties.
3 Budget Hotels With Attractive Designs
Cheap hotels are located at quiet locations close to the City Center or a little away near camping sites. Albergo San Lorenzo - The hotel has a good location and offers accommodation at reasonable prices. Guests can listen to church bells in the morning and roam around areas full of cafes offering delicious local cuisines. The place is ideal for couples and individuals. Medea Hotel â€“ The hotel is kept quite well with large air-conditioned rooms containing comfortable beds and big bathrooms. People passing through northern Italy normally stop over, as the hotel has a convenient basement parking garage. Breakfasts are included in the tariff. Late arrivals are entertained. Alba Village Hotel and Camping - This is a short distance away from the City Center and is a campsite found within a large park. The bus stop is just in front of the hotel, and guests are surprised by the large airy rooms with air-conditioners. Self-driven vehicles can park outside. Delicious breakfasts are offered. Cheap hotels offer different kinds of accommodation, but they also offer very good food and specialty wines from the region.
2 Stylish And Colorful Luxury Hotels
Luxury Alba hotels have great locations near the City Center and have built up reputations over a period of time. Palazzo Finati - It is a boutique hotel offering luxurious accommodation and is centrally located. Guests can easily explore the city and surrounding regions including places between Barbaresco and Barolo. Limited parking space is available in front, while a bigger car park is around 200 meters away. Good quality Italian breakfasts are offered. Hotel Calissano - It has an excellent location close to the railway station as well as City Center and offers large rooms with modern decor. Modern amenities provide relaxation, especially for people arriving after a long drive. Breakfast buffets are offered. Hotels in Alba are close to popular restaurants and therefore offer dinner reservation recommendations.
Wine And Gourmet City With Many Old Towers
The city has clear indications of a Roman civilization with a fortified gate, mosaic and marble edifices. Attractions include the Bishop's Palace, 13th-century Palazzo Comunale, 14th- and 15th-century towers, 12th-century Alba Cathedral of San Lorenzo with the 1512-wood carved chorus and 12th-century belfry within the original bell tower, San Domenico Gothic church, and St. John Baroque Church with the 1508-Madonna with Saints and 1377-Madonna of the Graces. The vineyards around the city provide beautiful sites in the month of September and October in time for the truffle festival held every weekend for nearly a month. Alba hotels have great locations in a very scenic city attracting many visitors every year.