Vacation Rentals in Alba
Vacation rentals with free cancellation
Vacation rentals in city center
Vacation rentals with pets allowed
Vacation rentals with hot tub
Best Vacation Rentals in AlbaGuests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.
Other holiday ideas and property types in Alba that might be interesting
Prices and availability
Vacation rentals in Alba
Organize your next trip to the stunning city of Alba. You will find this town located in the province of Cuneo in commune of Piedmont, Italy. It is known to be a one of the main cities in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato. The town is famous for its production of white truffle and the unique vineyards. In 2017, Alba also became part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.Vacation rentals in Alba
There are plenty of stunning rental properties with spectacular views to choose from during your stay in Alba. Imagine waking up in the morning and having a freshly made breakfast on the patio while you admire the surrounding vineyard. Spend your afternoon swimming in your private pool or sunbathing in the garden. Invite friends over for a typical Italian lunch in your dining room. These are some of the magnificent memories you could be making with a rental property in Alba.
Vacations in Alba
The area and getting around
Making the trip Alba will be quite simple and convenient. You will be able to access Alba by train from major cities in the area, such as Milan and Turin. You can also make this short drive in just about a couple of hours if you wish. On the other hand, if you want to fly to your destination, then the main airports will be the Turin International Airport, the Linate Airport and the Malpensa International Airport. All these airports provide commercial flights for domestic and international flights.Where to eat in Alba
Being the capital of white truffle and a spectacular wine region, you will be able to choose from many restaurants to try out during your stay in Alba. To start off your day right, head over to Caffe Teatro. This café will provide you with strong coffee and cappuccino, as well as delicious homemade pastries for breakfast. On the other hand, you should head over to Osteria dell’Arco for dinner. This restaurant is part of the Slow Food Organization and it will serve you with typical Piedmont cuisine and an extensive wine list.
Travelers and activities
There are plenty of ways to discover the stunning natural landscape of Alba during your visit. Take a tour with Albaway across the vineyards. The Albaway Company will offer you a fun Segway tour where you can go discover the towns, castles, and villages, as well as end up at a vineyard wine tasting. On the other hand, you can also take a Truffle Tour. During the truffle season, you can go with a guide, a trifolau and his dog to hunt for truffles in the forest, a magical and unique experience.Alba for family-friendly activities
If you choose to make your trip to with your family, try out these activities for a delightful time. Your first stop should be with the MTB Langhe e Roero GPX. You and your family will be able to rent out bikes and go with a private tour guide around the vineyards and hills of Alba while learning all about the history of the area. Another great activity can be found in the Centro Sportivo Roero. During a warm summer day, you can head to this establishment to play tennis, go to the pool or even relax in their leisure areas.
Did you know that the most ancient Palio is held in this area, and it can be dated back to 1275?
Top 5 travel tips for Alba
Visit a historical church. This church has been here for centuries and inside you will be able to admire interesting artworks like the Madonna delle Grazie which was created in 1377 by Barnaba de Modena.2. Do House
Admire a spectacular tower in Alba. The city of Alba is filled with towers, especially in the Piazza del Duomo. This tower was built back in the 15th century, and you will be able to climb to the top for miraculous views of the region.3. Truffle Fair of Alba
Spend some time at the fair. This fair is held every October during truffle season. During the fair you will be able to try out a vast array of truffle dishes which go with ravioli, pasta and tartar.4. Barolo
Go on a wine tour. The nearby village of Barolo is especially famous for the Barolo wine. The vineyards here typically will offer you a tour which ends with a wine tasting at their own restaurants.5. Civic Museum of Archaeology and Natural Sciences
Learn about ancient Italian history. This museum contains artifacts and documents from the ancient Roman and prehistoric times.