Saluzzo, in the province of Cuneo, is a medieval town that is the gateway to the Po and Varaita valleys.

From the historical and cultural point of view, Saluzzo represents an example of Piedmontese medieval architecture, preserving, in the circuit of ancient walls, the characteristics of different eras.

Capital for four centuries of an independent marquisate, the numerous testimonies of his noble and rich past confirm his role as a city of art.



By bike

On foot


Province: Cuneo - Elevation: 395 m. - Population 17.000

Tourist information:

ATL del Cuneese –

IAT – Piazza Risorgimento 1, 12037 Saluzzo (CN) – tel. +39.0175.46710 –

Associations and services for slow tourism


Getting to Saluzzo

Train: The railway line Saluzzo – Savigliano is currently inactive and replaced by bus.

Bus: connections with Cuneo, Savigliano, Turin.

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