Tourist Area Crossed

Franciacorta




The cultivation of vines has ancient origins on the hills of Franciacorta, as evidenced by the findings of prehistoric grape seed and the writings of classical authors such as Pliny, Columella and Virgil. Vine cultivation has been a constant in Franciacorta, where grapes were grown from Roman times to late antiquity and the Middle Ages, thanks to its favourable climatic and soil conditions. Though it experience good and bad periods alike, viticulture in these lands never stopped.

Lake Iseo




A diamond of rare beauty from the wonderful facets on which is reflected the blue sky and the red of the summer sunsets, set in a precious crown of mountains and hills adorned with color schemes and antique engravings. We do not speak of a jewel, we are on Lake Iseo, where you can lose yourself in the magic of ancient villages, where ampoules of scents of flavors from the kitchens of the quaint restaurants and voluptuous taste of traditional cuisine are able to turn the tide of the day.

Passo Presolana




Try to walk barefoot in the cool waters of a brook, to spend a romantic night in a mountain cabin or a swim in a sea of white snow and soft: a holiday in Presolana is an adventure to discover a new freedom! A window on nature, its contrasts, its harmonies, discovering the romantic Valley of the Mills and the ancient Via del Latte, the huts and flowering alpine huts, tasty dishes full of delicious. You meet horizons and unforgettable views... And silence that is a real philosophy of life.

Passo Vivione





The Vivione Pass is a mountain at an altitude of 1,828 m s.l.m. that connects the valley of Paisco, secondary valley of Camonica Valley, the Valley of Scalve, natural continuation of camuna valley. The pass is located entirely within the province of Bergamo.
The passage is found in the Alps and pre-Alps Bergamo and the orographic point of view separates the Bergamo Alps in the north by the Bergamo Prealps south.
For motor racing it is an almost unprecedented route.


Malonno and the church of S.S. Faustino and Giovita




The Cathedral stands on a rocky cliff not far from the town of Malonno. The original church dates back to the XI - XII century. by the Benedictine monks of the Monastery of San Faustino Brescia. The building was enlarged in the fifteenth and sixteenth century. The building is characterized by the clearness architecture of the facade but above all for the excellent spatial articulation of the interior and the brightness of the whole. In downtown of Malonno can be seen even three noble towers, with stone masonry irregular, beautiful portals, some more complex and machined, others with simple granite lintels, arches and bundles, remains a bit 'neglected houses important or clear Private farmers, as well as an interesting melting furnace.

PONTE DI LEGNO




Appointed in 1912 by the Italian Touring Club Italian first station of tourism and winter sports, Ponte di Legno today can boast in the collective imagination of the name 'Pearl of Valcamonica' for the characteristics of the town, for the extraordinary landscape that surrounds.
From the village you can admire the Castellaccio group, consisting of the homonymous mountain and other peaks, with an exceptional natural environment. And always from the country, through the lifts, you can reach some of the most beautiful slopes for winter sports. In the same summer the lifts, but also simple paths, allowing a wide choice of walking and climbing up with levels of difficulty to suit all tastes.

Passo Tonale





Situtated on the border of Lombardy and Trentino Alto Adige, and surrounded by the Adamello-Presanella, Ortles-Cevedale and Brenta mountain groups, Passo Tonale is a natural amphitheatre, open and panoramic which rises from 1884m to 3100m in altitude. A top quality winter resort, which with the Presena glacier will give you a guarantee of snow for a long and enjoyable season. Totally exposed to the sun is an ideal location for learning to ski, with purpose made slopes for beginners. During the summer is an ideal place from where you can begin long walks, or mountain bike excursions around the Adamello Bike Arena. The Paradiso and Presena cable cars which go up to the glacier, are also open during the summer months and are available to mountain climbers and anyone else who wishes to enjoy a day in the mountains.


Passo Gavia




With its 2,621 meters above sea level, the Passo Gavia is one of Europe's most spectacular Alpine passes. Access from Vallecamonica through a road that starts just after the town of Ponte di Legno in the locality S. Apollonia and salt for about 13 km, with the ability to reach Santa Caterina down from the north side for about 10 km. The road, which reaches gradients of up to 16%, can be covered (summer only) easily by car, but the beauty of its nature each year attracts cyclists and motorcyclists from around the world.

Passo Stelvio




Defined by a recent poll for the world's second spectacular, the road crosses the Stelvio Pass was the scene of major battles in history and now it is important races on foot or by bicycle, on all the Tour of Italy.
The Stelvio Pass gave birth to winter tourism in Alta Valtellina, and today presents itself in all its international importance for summer skiing from May to October, the glaciers of the Book of Geister and Nagler have the opportunity Skiing in security along extended runs of any difficulty, modern hotels know how to welcome travelers with elegance.

Val Venosta




Situated amidst the beautiful Southern Alpine region of South Tyrol at the borders of Italy, Austria and Switzerland, Venosta Valley is characterized by its unique arid climate, family-friendly ski resorts and by some of the highest mountains in the entire Alps. 

Bolzano - Firmiano Castle




The fortress, which overlooks Bozen, offers fine views of the Texel mountains, the Ötz Valley Alps and the majestic Schlern. Even the town in the foreground and the motorway that passes through the hill on which the castle stands are incorporated in the overall design – as examples of how man interacts with the mountains today.

Val di Non - S. Giustina Lake




The Santa Giustina lake is situated in the centre of the valley, near Cles.
It is an artificial lake; the huge dam was built between 1943 and 1951. The dam, 152 m high, enabled the use of River Noce’s water (one of the main affluent of the River Adige in Trentino region) for electricity production. The water of the river Noce enters the canyon, creating a picturesque landscapes, which are all well known by canoe lovers. This reservoir is really spectacular, and perfectly fits into the scenario of the valley. It is the largest artificial lake in the region.
The Castle of Cles, still owned by the descendants of the family of Bernardo Clesio, the wise and significant Prince-Bishop of Trentino (he changed the city of Trento for the council, which was held there from 1545-1563), and the ruins of the castle of Cagnò dominate from its height this lake.

Pellizzano - Val di Sole




The Val di Sole valley is one of the main side valleys of another well-known Trentino valley: Val di Non.
A special kind of experience promise the therapeutic springs of Pejo and Rabbi, which made the local spa sector boom. The Stelvio National Park boasts moreover valuable natural resources as it features the ideal landscape for the Alpine flora and fauna. Several information points will tell you interesting news about the local plant and flower species.
Those interested in winter sports, will find all they can wish for: State-of-the-art lifts and gondolas take you up to the skiing areas Folgarida-Marilleva, Pejo and Tonale (Skirama Adamello Brenta)!

Madonna di Campiglio




Located at 1550 m in a beautiful basin between the Brenta Dolomites group and the Adamello and the Presanella glaciers, Madonna di Campiglio is one of the most famous resorts of Trentino, as well as Val Rendena's "driving force" underlying tourism development. A paradise for skiers and winter sport lovers, Madonna di Campiglio stands out for its fast, super-reliable, state-of-the-art lifts and for its spectacular natural environment. Up to 60 kilometres of sk-runs featuring different difficulty levels can be accessed to and enjoyed directly from the town-centre. The town is also connected to the Folgarida/Marilleva ski area, and skiers have the chance to experience a non-stop skiing full-immersion by enjoying a total of 110 km tracks. Launched as a tourist centre in the second half of the 20th Century - yet already an holiday resort much loved by the noble and rich Austrian and Mitteleuropean middle class in the 19th century - it has featured celebrity guests such as Princess Sissi and the Emperor Franz Joseph. The town still features its age-old charm, enhanced by high-quality accommodation on offer to tourists.

Valle del Caffaro - Bagolino




Bagolino is in a picturesque location and is located in Valle del Caffaro, between Valle Camonica e Valle Trompia.
The village has kept the ancient uban structure; the old stone houses are situated favoring the morphology of the ground.

Passo Crocedomini




Crocedomini Pass is a mountain pass in the Central Alps, located in the Province of Brescia in 1892 meters s.l.m. south of the Adamello Park.
It can be reached by traveling from Concesio or Breno SS 345 of the Three Valleys, or via the SS 669 which connects Lake Idro up, passing Bagolino.