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Best things to do in Alba

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Administrative Area Level 3
“The Alba Music Festival is an amazing festival that offers free high level concerts of any kind, but mainly classical music. Locations vary in the area around Alba. Concerts may be held in Churches, Wineries, Theatres or public areas.”
35 locals recommend
Liquor Store
“Creative Michelin starred restaurant with well priced menus and affordable wine list”
19 locals recommend
Restaurant
“3 stelle Michelin e 3 forchette del Gambero Rosso, chef Enrico Crippa. --- 3 Michelin stars and 3 forks in the Gambero Rosso guide, Chef Enrico Crippa.”
8 locals recommend
Bar
“A very good cocktail bar: a good place for aperitivo, but also for an after dinner drink!”
3 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“A typical Italian osteria. Cheap, easy, serving Piedmontese food. Suggested for an informal, easy dinner.”
8 locals recommend
Bar
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Un Ristorante con la r maiuscola, il più rinomato di Treiso e uno dei più conosciuti e amati delle Langhe,possiede una stella Michelin e presenta piatti sofisticati della tradizione Piemontese e non.”
5 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The best brewery in Alba! In addition to their excellent beer the place has a great atmosphere and is open from early morning until night”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The best cocktails in Alba! An excellent bar that also offers some vegan and vegetarian dishes”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Trattoria che offre piatti tipici della cucina piemontese,situata presso il centro di Treiso”
7 locals recommend
Liquor Store
“Enoclub and Caffé Umberto (in Piazza Michele Ferrero, ex piazza Savona) : the first One is a stylish restaurant, classy and really Good, and the second One is the bistrot where they serve typical Piedmontese food, but also some courses out of the tradition (really nice to have lunch in the square on a sunny day). Here, at the bistrot, they focus on the quality of the product, offering some special products from all over the world, such as the Cantabrian anchovies or rather the Pata Negra ham. Super suggested!”
1 local recommends
Route
“I migliori negozi di Alba, vi aspettano in questa via. // The best shops in Alba are waiting for you in this street.”
3 locals recommend
City
“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 Palazzo Comunale and see the historic towers. It is also the center of renowned Italian writer and partisan Beppe Fenoglio who writings focus on largely his own experiences in the rural world of the Langhe and the Italian resistance movement. Cafes, restaurants and more. Local market Tuesday and Thursday mornings, larger market, including some organic stalls on Saturdays. ”
46 locals recommend
Restaurant
2 locals recommend