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We were staying in Vela, close to this monument, and so walked up. We walked up the pedestrian path on the northern side of the mount, and back down the stairs to the main entrance on the south. It was a lovely hike, interesting monuments...More
Trento for us represents the pinnacle in the pantheon of medieval hamlets in the mountains Sheltered by the Doso, a massive rocky spur that projects from the slopes of Mount Bordone, its name originally was ''verruca", meaning 'wart', it certainly has no warts on now....More
We, my wife and I, have just returned from a six day visit to this beautiful and compact city. For us coming from Malta this is an excellent place as it is surrounded by mountains, something we cannot enjoy in our little beautiful island. Trento...More
we had a wonderful time there we went all over its a beautiful place I shall be going there againfor at least 2weeks holiday.the streets were amazeing the shope resturants out of this world I fell in love with this part of Italy.we were taken...More