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EmaPanz wrote a review Aug 2018
Zurich, Switzerland72 contributions35 helpful votes
The first steps to climb up the tower are quite steep, but don't be scared! :) The rest are totally doable by everyone with able to walk! While climbing up to the top you'll get entertained by the history of the city and the surrounding area, as it is explained with panels on the walls. The years are written with numbers made of metal, probably the dismissed numbers from the tower clock. From the top the 360° view of the city and the lake is amazing! And you'll be standing next to the big tower bell! If the climbing made you hungry, go to the "Panificio" placed in Via Rosa (120mt from the tower, follow via G. Matteotti, and it will be on the left). It is a small small bakery next to an old stone-house and ask for "Spongàda Camuna". A delicious semi-sweet bread prepared with flower, eggs ans sugar will give back your energy!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Shivs70 wrote a review Jul 2018
Carrick-on-Suir, Ireland17 contributions5 helpful votes
My little boy and I enjoyed surmounting the steps... we counted 92 but we could be out by a few steps !! It was a worthwhile visit and very much enjoyed 😊
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Date of experience: July 2018
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marievRochester_NY wrote a review Oct 2017
Rochester, NY214 contributions39 helpful votes
The view over Lovere from the 28-metre tower is spectacular. Ancient frescoes encountered on the way up tell the history of the town. Be advised that the climb is not without its challenges (steep stairs, lots of turns with low overheads) but is definitely manageable for anyone without mobility or vertigo issues. There is no admission fee.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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John L wrote a review Oct 2017
Yorkshire, England25 contributions37 helpful votes
This tower is integral to the history of Lovere. We were able to have a free visit and see the view from the belfry (complete with a large bell). The walls on the way up the very steep steps chart the history of the town.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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travelpassion wrote a review Jul 2017
Belfast, United Kingdom1,832 contributions492 helpful votes
This medieval tower is located in a small piazza, one of the nicer parts of Lovere, with a restaurant very close by.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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