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Percorso Panoramico "Strada dei Pescatori"

108 Reviews

Percorso Panoramico "Strada dei Pescatori"

108 Reviews
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Rachel55_11 wrote a review Aug 2019
Sheffield, United Kingdom121 contributions63 helpful votes
Quiet in the week but busier at weekends, this is a great walk to do around one side of beautiful Lake Levico. Follow the boards and do the exercises as you go around - many of these being related to yoga. The only minus would be the unwanted presence of bikes, although I think they're not actually allowed on certain parts of the path.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Patricia O wrote a review Jun 2019
London384 contributions159 helpful votes
To get to it, you have to go through the car park of the Hotel du Lac but then you join the made path (trainers fine) along the perimeter. Now - when you get to the top of the lake, this changes and the route on the other side is wooded, steep in places and not for 'strolling' so when the made path ends, those less fit might decide to turn round and stroll back rather than going right round! Lovely views of water and mountains so take your camera.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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MARC L wrote a review Jul 2018
Munich, Germany390 contributions75 helpful votes
A perfect place to walk on a summer day, with wonderful views of the lake and the surrounding mountains - if you want a dive into the water in a lonely place, there are plenty.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Kate H wrote a review Oct 2016
London, United Kingdom252 contributions102 helpful votes
This lakeside walk goes right around Lake Levico. From the town the northern shore has a well maintained path with the occasional bench to sit and admire the view or watch the fish and birds. It's about an hour's stroll there and back to the part where it starts to go up uphill and join a small road. Being late afternoon, and based on the advice in other reviews, I did turn around at that point. Very relaxing and tranquil walk. If you are travelling by public transport, make sure you get off at the Ristorante di Brenta stop, rather than the bus "station" in the centre.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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