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Serralunga d'Alba Holidays

Serralunga d’Alba sits in the foodie-friendly triangle between Alba, Bra and Barolo. You can spy the village from miles off, too – just look for a hill crowned by a castle that’s straight out of a fairy-tale.
Rings of citrus-hued houses uncoil from the castle. Many places double as fine dining restaurants, wine cellars and agriturismi – and you only have to peek over the countryside to see why. 
The hilly Langhe region rolls out below Serralunga d’Alba, offering up wall-to-wall vineyards. Barolo is the grape of choice around here. The hyper-local Serralunga variety isn’t as fruity as most Piedmont reds, instead showcasing dark, smoky flavours.
The rest of Langhe is your oyster from Serralunga d’Alba. A bus runs a few times a day, putting the cobbled streets of Monforte d’Alba and the Roman city of Alba in easy reach. Alternatively, hop in a car – you’ll reach both in less than 30 minutes.
Handpicked Hotels in Serralunga d'Alba
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Flight Information

To visit Piedmont, we recommend flying to Turin or Milan. Direct flights to Turin-Caselle airport (TRN) are available from Bristol, Leeds, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle and take approximately 1 hour 45 minutes. Direct flights to Milan Malpensa (MXP) are available from Birmingham, Edinburgh, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, London Stansted and Manchester and take approximately 2 hours. Direct flights to Milan Bergamo (BGY) are available from London Stansted, Bristol, Manchester, East Midlands and Belfast and take approximately 2 hours.

Visa Information

At the current time, British citizens do not require a visa to visit Italy.

Tipping

You don’t have to leave a tip in Italy – most Italians don’t tip for restaurant meals, bar drinks, taxi rides or hair and beauty treatments. However if you do leave a tip, you might receive quicker service.

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