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Prosecco wine tour. Half-day
$151.04 per adult
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$143.00 per adult
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Franz H wrote a review Nov 2019
Guntrausdorf156 contributions24 helpful votes
Along the Prosecco Street there are not may sights to visit. Hence we made a short side trip and visited the mill. It was interesting to see, however it was not working. Around the lake are few stalls which should supply drinks and snacks but those were closed.
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Date of experience: June 2019
Anita S wrote a review Oct 2016
Leonding, Austria5 contributions1 helpful vote
a lovely hidden place, to take a little walk around. you can also take a look inside the old mill house
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Date of experience: November 2015
Redt0p wrote a review Oct 2016
Auckland, New Zealand99 contributions23 helpful votes
Worth stopping by if in the area. I imagine it would be very impressive after a heavy downpour. The watermill is open to the public for a small fee, but unfortunately, we were too early to go inside.
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Date of experience: September 2016
davidg777 wrote a review Apr 2014
Sydney, Australia581 contributions111 helpful votes
Not a tourist place but certainly something worth seeing. A peaceful place to visit with free parking and allows you to rest and enjoy nature. In summer this place would be sensational full of character and somewhere to rest your feet when its hot. Easy to find by following the signs from Refrontolo
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Date of experience: April 2014
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Nick2408 wrote a review May 2013
Bradford, United Kingdom21 contributions8 helpful votes
It's well off the beaten track, but wasn't difficult to find with SatNav. The parking area is free and well maintained, but there's not much to do here except rest a while next to the river and look at the incredibly pretty little mill, and a short walk which takes you a little further upstream as well, but it's literally no more than a 10 minute wander. Entrance inside the Mill building was around 1.50 euro's. Again, not much to see inside bar the old millstone, and some art for sale, but it's cheap enough that we didn't mind paying.
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Date of experience: May 2013