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E-Bike Tour from Lecco plus tastings
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E-Bike Tour from Lecco plus tastings

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Combine two of Italy's biggest draws into a single day on this culinary and cycling tour through Lecco. Bike along the Adda River and the Garlate and Olginate lakes en route to a farmhouse, where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the surrounding area while enjoying a plate of local cheese, cold cuts, and wine. This small-group tour is limited to 10 participants for a more personalized experience.
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Gessica C wrote a review Aug 2018
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I've visited this place because I was really interested in watching the temporary art exposition "HEARTH", by the artist Gianluca Chiodi. It's located in the heart of Lecco and the entrance is from the corner of the central square. I truly enjoyed the visit (guided by the artist himself) and I think that the architecture of the tower made the exposition even more magical.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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gordium2013 wrote a review Aug 2016
Bucharest, Romania256 contributions53 helpful votes
Torre Viscontea is all that remains from Lecco's dark ages fortress and city walls, it was bulit in 14th century by order of Visconti familly who ruled Milan county. It is located in the city center on Via XX Settembre a few block away from Palazzo delle Paure but as the Tower stands in a corner of the street, one can pass by without even notice it. Torre Viscontea is now a museum, it hosts temporary exhibitions, the admission is free, but do notice that during the whole month of August the Tower is closed.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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