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.
蛙儿子Arriving in Trento (Trentino), Italy, it is very interesting to take a helicopter to overlook the whole mountain range, and experience a completely different view! Although the price is not cheap, compared to the expensive and unsafe helicopter overlooking in some places in China, the money is worth the money!
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
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.