Centro storico di Pontremoli

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Centro storico di Pontremoli

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Alessandro F
Milan, Italy25,715 contributions
This area was an important center conquered by the romans in the second century before Christ.
Apua gave the name to the Alpes Apuane.
With the stone bridge, the churches and the ancients palaces it is a very nice city to visit or have a rest in one of several and good restaurants.
Written August 3, 2020
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WhapoFishShack
South Lake Tahoe, CA118 contributions
Charming town and a river runs through it! Wonderful place for a stop, lunch, and a stroll. Right off the Autostrada. The locals are very friendly, even the Police! Put this one on the list,
Written December 11, 2019
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LawrenceCamilleri
Santa Venera, Malta9 contributions
Couples
If you are travelling between Parma and La Spezia i recommend you a stop at this tiny village, the historical center is a gem of medieval art, charming and attractive with its churches and the magnificent castle.
Written April 21, 2017
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Helen S
London, UK4 contributions
Family
Wednesdays and Saturdays there are two markets (one in the old town and the other in the newer part) which finish about 12.30pm Lovely place to wonder around, lots of places to eat, interesting things to see. The Castle, the ancient 'gate' entrances to the town, its medieval centre. In August there is the famous 4 day Medieval festival, really worth visiting. The old town is flanked by two rivers and the newer part is not so interesting - like all built after the 1960s, but has everything you need. If staying there you can get to Parma, Pisa, Bologna, Florence, Milan, Genova and the world heritage site of the Cinque Terra coastal villages by train. Surrounded by sweet chestnut forest covered mountains its ideal for walking, trekking, exploring natural waterfalls and swimming in the river.
Written June 2, 2016
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Chris S
Toronto, Canada120 contributions
Couples
Pontremoli is a somewhat ordinary town along the river valley towards Parma. The non autostrade main road is a picturesque winding route through the hills.
Written September 29, 2015
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Rudi C
As, Belgium66 contributions
Couples
we went here by train arriving in the early afternoon. It was hot and quite deserted (very normal in Italian towns). The are a few sights to see but not many. Charming if you are in the neighbourhood but not undispensable
Written July 20, 2015
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Stewart Ellinson
19 contributions
Pontremoli, and Lunigiana as a whole, is largely unknown in the Uk and this is amazing and UK travellers should try to visit as it's a largely untravelled gem of peace and beauty
Written December 27, 2019
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Eli B
Sydney, Australia3,697 contributions
Walking and appreciating a quieter life is what sleepy Pontremoli gives a good flavour of the area. With Italian honey and mushrooms and lovely pancakes served with pesto or cheeses. Nice elegance in the houses and the 16th century church.
Written September 6, 2019
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Jos R
Amsterdam, The Netherlands65 contributions
Couples
Not much to do, but nice to wander through the old center. There are Some fine restaurants: Oca Bianca, la Luna, San Georgio. And there is calm And lovely piazza.
Written August 20, 2018
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kookaburra007
London, United Kingdom21 contributions
Friends
Went for a few days to get away from hustle and bustle and it really was relaxing. Lovely walks,peaceful and tranquil.
Written March 23, 2018
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