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Cuneo is a town in Piedmont. The capital and largest settlement in the Province of Cuneo, it is famous for being a bastion of the Italian Resistenza, which was one of the fiercest opponents to Nazi Germany as well as their puppet state local regime, the Italian Social Republic. Nowadays it is a small yet vibrant town with over 55,000 inhabitants, beautiful architecture, breathtaking natural beauty, and a good base for day-trips

Get in[edit]

Cuneo's beautiful railway station is well connected to other towns and cities in the Piedmont region. There is an hourly train to/from Turin. Cuneo also gets some trains from Nice and Monaco, usually via Ventimiglia.

Get around[edit]

As with other towns in the area like Bra and Alba, one can explore Cuneo by foot. The town does have a bus network, but if you are not used to rural schedules, it may prove inconvenient and long.

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  • Chiesa di San Francesco
  • Camera di commercio

Do[edit]

  • While not in Cuneo, some of Italy's best wine producers are located nearby. It is a good starting point to explore the Langhe region known worldwide for its red wines.
  • For the nature lovers out there, the Alps are nearby. They do not need an introduction, as their majestic beauty alone makes them popular.

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