Cuneo Levaldigi Airport Car Rental
Rent a car at Cuneo Airport
Cuneo Airport is the main airport of this city in Piedmont, from which it is about 15 km far. It holds a curious record: it is, indeed, the airport that was built at the higher altitude (3856 metres) in Italy.
Travellers also know it as Alpi del Mare Airport, while the commercial name is Cuneo-Levaldigi Airport. The construction of this airport dates back to 1929, but only in 1986 it was opened to commercial flights.
The airlines that today connect the airport to the other cities are Ryanair, Albawings, Ernest Airlines and Air Arabia Maroc. The most important connections are those to Cagliari, Tirana and Casablanca.
On the occasion of some relevant annual events that take place in the French Riviera, from Cuneo Airport many private jets take off to France. Cuneo city centre is about 12 km far from the airport and you can reach it driving along the highway SP20 with a rental car, that you have previously booked on RentalUp and then picked up at Cuneo Airport.
What to visit: one day in Cuneo Old Town
Cuneo old town is overlooked by Palazzo della Torre, which is placed in front of the palace of the Town Hall. The most famous inhabitants of this city in Piedmont (among whom Piero Camilla, the director of the Library) confirm that the Civic Tower has been the symbol of Cuneo for many centuries.
Walking in the city centre, you can admire the Cathedral of Nostra Signora del Bosco. The construction of this place of worship dates back to the XVII century, but the current aspect of the church is the consequence of the works run until the early XIX century.
The last attraction offered by the old town is the Civic Museum, the visit of which is suggested to medieval history’s lovers. The museum is housed in the Church of San Francesco.
Choosing the car rental service at Cuneo Airport, you can easily reach this area of the city, to better discover it.
Cuneo’s typical food: what to taste
Cuneo is famous for its Cuneesi, delightful rum-soaked chocolates. If you love sausages, you cannot miss to taste the typical lonzardo, a smoked ham that mixes loin and lard.
The majority of Cuneo’s dishes are made by famous local products, such as the porro Cervere, potatoes and wheat flour, game (mainly boar and chamois) and porcini mushrooms.
The menus are also rich in dishes made by cheese and chestnuts. One of the most loved and famous main courses is gnocchi alla bava, made by cream, truffle and fresh cheese.
The proximity to the Langhe makes Cuneo famous also for its wines, such as Barbaresco and Barolo, which are among the most famous in Italy.
Car Rental with no credit card at Cuneo Airport
Thanks to RentalUp, you can pick your rental car up at Cuneo Airport, also if you do not have a credit card!
In a few minutes, you can search and choose place, date and time of pickup and delivery. By applying the “with no credit card deposit” filter, you will get a list of cars that you can rent with no credit card. Choose the one you prefer at the best price offered by one of the partners of RentalUp!
You can pay with debit card (Bancomat, Visa Electron, Mastercard Debit) or a prepaid card: the car rental service is affordable to everyone!