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Alba [1] is a town in Piedmont, Italy with a population of approx. 30,000.

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  • La Ciau del Tornavento, Piazza Baracco, 7, 12050 Treiso (CUNEO), +39-0173-638333 (, fax: +39-0173-638352), [2]. ambitious, consistently rewarding.  edit
  • La Bottega del Vicoletto, Via Bertero, 6, 12051 Alba (CUNEO), +39-0173 363196 (). A beautiful prepared food supplier with six tables in back where they will serve you one of their full menus for dinner. up to €50.  edit
  • Enostizioteca Conterosso, Via Pierino Belli, 4/c (angolo Via Maestra), 12051 Alba (CUNEO), +39-0173 442094 (). A small, pleasant restaurant, which makes one of the finest rabbit stews in this part of Italy. €20-€30 per person.  edit

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  • L'Antico Asilo, Via Mazzini 13, Serralunga d'Alba, +39 0173 613016 (, fax: +39 0173 613956), [3]. Utterly charming, reasonably priced, very friendly.  edit
  • Villa Tiboldi, Case Sparse, 127, 12043 Canale, +39 0173 970388 (, fax: +39 0173 959233), [4]. This prototypical italian villa was underrated until Paul Allen rented all nine rooms for the Turin Winter Olympics.  edit
  • Hotel Villa Beccaris (Hotel Villa Beccaris), Via Bava Beccaris, 1 - 12065 Monforte d'Alba (Alba), +39 017 378158, [5]. Romantic 4 star hotel in an eighteenth century villa, located on the top of a hill, few steps from Monforte d'Alba. Room rates from €160.  edit

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