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Not on the itineraries of most tourists, but take a day to hike among the ruins of the old mills and to spend some time at the Paper Museum, il Museo della carta: truly a delight. Informative and well exhibited, the artifacts have clear explanations...More
Take Your children for an adventure along the paper valley. Go see the interesting museum, let them see how paper used to be produced and why it is so lovely to receive a letter written with ink on original paper. After the „brain food“ have...More
Having visited the region many times before, we just hadn't managed to find the time to make this a priority activity when we were here. Boy, have we made a mistake!
I've heard from many that this trip would be interesting, but after finishing up...More
Who knew this great museum is 'hiding' near Lake Garda! What a wonderful experience, driving up with a car and then walking around 500 meters to the museum in this green, beautiful scenery. Nice little bar, great for ice cream or cafe :) , together...More
Have a book for taking MTB routes, this one is a hiking path, but it also said you can do it on the MTB. First part is easy and fit for MTB, then you ride on a self made path witch is very narrow. We...More
I've been to this area multiple times but this was my first time to the Valle delle Cartiere. I was fascinated by the rain forest, mountains and tunnels. I did not go to the museum but will save this for another trip. The trenino that...More
We parked just before the museum and headed up the blue trail which has lots of information boards. It's a lovely walk and very interesting. The only problem is that there is absolutely no signposting so you have to guess if you're going the right...More
A thoroughly enjoyable walk following the river up the valley past where earlier in the 17 century there had been up to nearly 70 paper mills along the banks of the river. Good information signs to allow a great learning experience, But the walk itsel...More
The walk up to the museum is beautiful in itself. It's worth it just for the stroll. The museum is very informative about the production of paper and they did demonstrations. They have multilingual staff and all the exhibition is translation in Italian, English and...More
We found the valley when walking to Maderno, there is a lot of history in the area. The views were stunning, the water flowing down. There are two road bridges that cross one still has the old bridge in tact. The story has it that...More