Things to Do in Asiago

Things to Do in Asiago, Italy - Asiago Attractions

Things to Do in Asiago

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  • Dor R
    Madrid, Spain2 contributions
    I went there with my wife and two toddlers, and it was fantastic. We came just before lunch, had lunch on the terrace with the beautiful view of the little valley, went on from there to the trail with my daughters and then played in the game area. My girls had so much fun, the place is beautiful, located in the beautiful area of Asiago, and the staff is super welcoming. Highly recommended for a family with young children who wants to pass a summer day together.
    Written August 13, 2023
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  • Thornhillgirl
    Thornhill, Canada9 contributions
    An impressive monument to honour the Alpini soldiers. Stunning views of the Altopiano area and a must if visiting Asiago.
    Written October 30, 2021
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  • polishchykpavlo
    Kyiv, Ukraine3 contributions
    Ortigara is place that you have to visit. It's beatiful place. The breathtaking views, and adorable mountains aroun it make this place divine. Especially I loved caves and tunnels that were made there in times of WWI.
    Written February 19, 2017
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  • Jason M
    Newcastle upon Tyne, UK55 contributions
    We went the visit the observatory as part of a group, which in turn visited by prior arrangement. The observatory is kept to a very high standard and appeared to feature state of the art equipment in order to analyse the data that was obtained from the telescope. Accordingly, we were provided with a very informative talk and demonstration within the control room below the telescope, which was provided by academics and students from the university, and so was very informative. The beauty of the observatory was perhaps the juxtaposition of an old telescope that had been retrofitted with technology to ensure that it remained up to date and thoroughly of use. This therefore provided the trip with a sense of history and the past, yet paired with absolutely up to date research.

    Our tour also included going upstairs into the actual dome of the observatory, where a further detailed, yet accessible technical talk was provided.

    An excellent trip indeed.
    Written November 1, 2014
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  • Michela090707
    Belgrade, Serbia56 contributions
    This FORTE has been recently restored and if you walk around its walls you will find out quite a bit about the history of this place. The nicest part are the walks that you can do nearby, either on foot or by bike.
    Written August 18, 2017
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  • dven8
    Vicenza, Italy397 contributions
    Nice place to take a break from the summer sun. Well organized with skate rentals, food, etc. Not too crowded so enjoyable.
    Written August 27, 2017
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  • Peter T
    Durham, United Kingdom212 contributions
    Wow.
    Well worth the journey to the top. Really impressive trench and tunnel systems atop the mountain with commanding views across the valley.
    Your imagination runs wild thinking about the history of the place.
    Written October 4, 2017
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  • Marty
    Padua, Italy9 contributions
    We visited the exhibition ‘Veneto Felice’ and we appreciated the paintings’ quality and the place: a former prison that has been restored and upgraded in an excellent way. It can be visited in 30 minutes and it gives you some artistic beauty and positive energy.
    Written August 30, 2021
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  • Debra J
    South Dakota137 contributions
    One thing about Italy, there is always some beautiful church on the corner somewhere! This one was rebuilt after being severely damaged in WWI. There are several masses held each Sunday
    Written July 1, 2016
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