120***83From the castle, it can be seen that the aristocratic atmosphere of the people came to the face at that time, the luxurious and atmospheric life can be seen everywhere, and the facilities were exquisite enough at that time.
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Province of Trento
25 Oct, 2021 Province of Trento Weather: Mostly Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 53%, Sunrise/Sunset: 07:46/18:13
Province of Trento Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
Getting There - from the city centre follows the signs for Malga Ces. Then either hike on the top or use the cable car. To hike down you can choose between the open path and path in the woods.
Attractions - You’re hiking in the Alps, surrounded by nature. And you might encounter a couple of horses and donkeys if you’re lucky.
Plus, there’s many more trails, lakes, etc etc for you to discover
Hotels - Malga Ces is both an hotel and a restaurant and in town there are many hotels with excellent service.
Food & Restaurants - Malga Ces is offers a wonderful selection of local mountain cuisine. They also have a bar where you can buy sandwiches. Or you can bring your own and eat them on grass outside, it is lovely. There’s also a children’s playground aerea.
Shopping - In town there’s plenty of shops for any of your heart’s desire.
this is an interesting experience because you can visit a beautiful place, I hope to come back here again We loved everything about this adorable by hotel. Starting from welcoming, passing through cleanliness and sanitation, including wonderful staff members always do their best just to keep you happy, and off course the unique view of the Nile river.
It was a short stay,but certainly it will not be the last.
Thanks for the true German Egyptian hospitality
après des mois des travail et des fatigué ,on passe nôtre congé a riva del garda en Italie, un lieu unique de son genre avec des paysages à merveille et des oiseaux qui chantent murmur aux oreilles, un rivière et un température moyen ,excellence pour voyage et passe en vacances.
Hotel Maso Col is a Hotel, with a cafè and a great restaurant not open only to the hotel clientele but also with space reserved for anyone who enjoys a great gastronomic experience.
Surrounded by wide meadows and luxuriant woods, at the foot of the imposing Pale di San Martino on the southern side of the Dolomites, is "Maso Col".
The current family that owns it started in 1921 with a glass of freshly milked milk or a little fresh water to refresh the first "travelers" on their Dolomites.
In 1961 their malga cheeses, “el bòtiro”, cream with small fruits, grilled meats, polenta, “Tosela”, mushrooms and homemade desserts such as strudel were discovered; summer at "Caffè Col" became a rendezvous in the sun in the green, in winter a sled race.
In 2006 they fulfilled the dream of a lifetime and added eight new comfortable rooms, warm and enveloping wooden environments, a particular attention to typical cuisine, directly cured and strong of a long experience and peasant tradition.
Their kitchen offers traditional Trentino and Primierotta dishes, with particular attention to genuine and homemade products with love and passion. Truly a pleasure each time
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A classic winter tourist destination, in summer San Martino di Castrozza is also a beloved destination among mountaineers and hikers who travel the trails of the Paneveggio - Pale di San Martino Nature Park.
Splendid position at the feet of the Pala Group.
The ideal destination for excursions on the Dolomites.
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#mynovgetaway Serravalle Scrivia is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Alessandria in the Italian region of Piedmont, located about 100 kilometres (62 mi) southeast of Turin and about 25 kilometres (16 mi) southeast of Alessandria. The settlement was probably founded by the inhabitants of the Roman city of Libarna after the destruction of that city in 452 AD.
From 1122 Serravalle Scrivia belonged to the bishops of Tortona, until they ceded it to the commune of Tortona, in exchange for the defence of their lands. Later it was an imperial fief, belonging to the Spinola (1313), the Visconti (1381), the Adorno (1391), and the Spinola again from 1482. In 1580 it became part of the Spanish-held Duchy of Milan; after the War of the Spanish Succession, in 1713, it became part of the Austrian Empire.
In 1738, together with the Tortona area, the settlement was acquired by the Kingdom of Sardinia-Piedmont. In 1745, in the course of the War of the Austrian Succession, it was briefly occupied by Franco-Spanish troops. In 1798, after the Napoleonic invasion of Piedmont, it was annexed to the Ligurian Republic; the French, who had conquered Serravalle after the battle of Marengo, had its castle destroyed. In 1815 the Congress of Vienna restored the town to the House of Savoy.
In 1935 the Autostrada A7 (Genoa-Serravalle) was inaugurated, this became the fastest connection from Turin and Milan to the sea.
In geology, the Serravallian Age of the Miocene Epoch is named for Serravalle Scrivia.
Lessinia Park has been established by Regione del Veneto with the law no. 12 of 30th January 1990. It covers the plateau of Lessini Mountains, behind Verona and at the border with the province of Trento.
The analysis of the main elements forming the landscape of Lessinia leads to the reconstruction of the naturalistic, historical, environmental, and ethnic features leading to the Park establishment and making it a unique case in the context of the regional and national protected areas.
The Park covers over 100 square km including the green pastures of Upper Lessini and the deep valleys, called "vaj" of Marciora, Falconi, and Anguilla, all tributaries of Valpantena, Squaranto, Revolto, and Val Fraselle extensions of Val d'Illasi. The plateau is characterized by a typical prealpine landscape, with large ridges marked by depressions and valleys with meadows and pastures alternating with hornbeam, beech, and spruce fir woods. The stretches of forest, more widespread on the slopes of the vaj, are evidences of the ancient dominance of the woods before man revealed the real silhouettes of the mountains, extending the pastures with a meticulous and widespread cutting activity which probably began in the Neolithic Age.
#worldheritage from all over the world. it’s not easy to pickup, word is the most #beautiful #gift . I just took 3 pictures from my camera and realized I visited many beautiful places in my life. this makes me feel happy. wish you all an happy seasons