Budget-Friendly Things to Do in Province of Alessandria

Top Cheap Things to Do in Province of Alessandria, Italy

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  • Shaliz
    UK47 contributions
    This great little fountain is in one of the most beautiful squares in Aqui Terme. You can see the steam rise and watch people fill bottles to take home. The way it is presented is just great!
    Written December 4, 2021
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  • Ira G
    Rehovot282 contributions
    A very impressive synagogue in Casale Monferrato, inaugurated in 1595. As in most early modern European synagogues, the synagogue was entered not directly from the street, but via a courtyard: both for reasons of security and to comply with laws requiring that the sound of Jewish worship not be audible by Christians. The synagogue houses two museums. Fewer than 20 Jews living there.
    Written September 17, 2019
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  • LaCinda B
    Solonghello, Italy5 contributions
    I was so struck with the contemporary front space that has been added to this historic place of worship. The combination of the traditional -- and gorgeous -- main part of the structure with the modern and light-filled front is just striking.
    Written August 1, 2018
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  • JDSC319
    San Clemente, CA182 contributions
    While not necessarily an architectural attraction (although it is a very nice church built in the 30s), Sanctuario Madonna della Guardia is one of three churches you should visit in Tortona (the other two are the Duomo and Santa Maria Canale). Luigi Orione, the priest who helped build this church, was canonized in 2004. Saint Luigi Orione was beloved in Tortona for his good works, including the orphanage and home for the aged that he built next to the church. As you tour the church you'll see sacred heart plaques along the stairway walls, each one attesting to a miracle that a congregant attributed to him. His body is on view in the church, there is a crypt below to explore, and some lovely stained glass. And, of course, there is the 60ft Madonna that tops the cathedral, that women of the parish helped gild by melting down their wedding rings.
    Written November 22, 2016
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  • Deybi W
    Alessandria, Italy314 contributions
    It's military camp in the past, the place very big, net new bridge Alessandria, can come by walk or bus .
    Written April 29, 2019
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  • Neil M
    Liverpool, UK136 contributions
    Its difficult to review a bridge but it does have some style, if you are walking past have a look but thats about it.
    Written July 2, 2019
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  • Holly R
    Chapel Hill, NC1,058 contributions
    This is a large, spacious museum dedicated to the history of cycling with a focus on two of the Italian great cyclists. There is a lot to see in the museum which includes well laid out displays as well as video. Everything is in Italian, so that can be a bit of problem for non-Italian speakers. However, if you are interested in seeing the historical development of the bicycle there are examples from the earliest era and how it transformed into the modern racing cycle. This can be understood at least on a surface level by simply observing the bicycles on display. You could spend several hours in the museum, but even an hour is useful and provides some insight into the important role cycling plays in Italian culture.
    Written November 13, 2017
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  • Magellano81
    Tortona, Italy41,158 contributions
    The most beautiful shopping center of Alessandria and perhaps even the entire province, placed quite out of town but only a few minutes away by car from the city center, I went there once but I was quite impressed, large interior with a wide range of clothing stores and more. The perfect place to shop and spend some relaxing time.
    Written February 23, 2015
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  • Elizabeth C
    14 contributions
    We did not actually visit the Fort as it is closed on Monday. However it is quite formidable even from a distance.
    We have been told that British Prisoners of War there actually managed to escape. Amazing!!
    The Forti de Gavi is high above the town but it’s remarkable silhouette stands out from far away marking one’s arrival to Gavi.
    A certain landmark and one to enjoy without the necessity of a visit to the site.
    Would have given the fifth star if we had managed the visit.
    Written August 12, 2019
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  • Jose C
    Miami, FL5 contributions
    You will find a detailed reconstruction of the past by activities and professions. Also included machinery and equipment, dressings and other characteristics
    Written March 19, 2018
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  • Warren E
    London, UK143 contributions
    Some interesting paintings with Alessandria connections. The palace building itself is at least as interesting as the contents though.
    Written October 19, 2015
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  • Peter R
    Buderim, Australia2,158 contributions
    This cathedral isn't very old, 19 th century, but the original was built in the 13 th century. The inside is very ornate but worth a visit if you come to Alessandria.
    Written September 28, 2017
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  • WhapoFishShack
    South Lake Tahoe, CA118 contributions
    Surprising, Charming, Warm and friendly. Just go! Small town with narrow street and lovely architecture.
    Written December 11, 2019
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