Rotzo is a town in the province of Vicenza, Veneto, northern-eastern Italy. It is east of SP350 road, and is part of the Sette Communi plateau. Continue reading... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
6. Isola di MuranoMurano San Michele in Isola is a Roman Catholic church, located on the Isola di San Michele, a small islet sited between Venice and Murano, which once sheltered a Camaldolese monastery , but now houses the main cemetery of the city. The monastery was mostly demolished in the 19th-century, but the church remains, originally rebuilt starting in 1469. The church is dedicated to Saint Michael , the holder of the scales on Judgement Day, a fit guardian of the sleep of the faithful dead. The island cemetery now includes the land of the formerly separate island of San Cristoforo. This church is sometimes referred to as San Michele di Murano, although this islet is separate from islands comprising that town. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
9. Lago di TennoTenno Lago di Tenno is a lake at Tenno in Trentino, Italy. At an elevation of 550 m, its surface area is 2.5 km². The lake was formed around the year 1100 following a large landslide that blocked the course of the river Rì Sec, which is currently the main tributary of the lake. In the southern portion of the lake there is a small island. The level of the lake varies over the years depending on the flow rate of the tributaries. In the years when the level is low this island becomes a kind of promontory. This area is protected by the Autonomous Province of Trento as a biotope. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
10. Lago di LedroPieve Di Ledro Lago di Ledro is a lake in Trentino, northern Italy. The lake is at an elevation of 655 metres , and its surface area is 2.187 km2 . Lake Ledro is reputed to be one of the cleanest lakes in Trentino and during the summer it reaches a temperature of 24 °C , attracting tourist with ita four beaches. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Read the Blog on What Tourists Should Not Do When They Visit Italy: GRAB A WOLTERS WORLD SHIRT What You Shouldn't Do When You Are in Italy Visiting Italy is an amazing experience whether you are seeing the Roman ruins throughout the country in places like Rome or Naples, but for all the amazing things you should do in Italy (visit Venice, Florence, Rome, Ravenna, Amalfi Coast, eat until you explode) there are things you DON'T DO when you come to Italy & Here are our 12 things NOT TO DO in Italy when you are traveling Italy. Filmed in Vicenza, Italy Copyright Mark Wolters 2016
The Don'ts of Italy 1. Don't expect to get discount prices on fancy Italian luxury brands.
2. Don't eat near tourist sights. You will be ripped off and not get as good of Italian food as you would away from the tourist sights.
3. Don't Tip. They already charge you for service. 4. You Don't have to scream louder to get people to understand you. 5. Don't worry about overdressing, the Italians will always look better than you. 6. Don't just visit Rome and Venice, there is so much more to Italy. 7. Don't share your pizza and make sure you do eat it with your fork and knife. 8. Don't use the fast trains for short distances, they are not worth the significantly higher prices. 9. Don't expect to see spaghetti and meatballs on the menu TOGETHER. They will be there separately, but not together. 10. Don't expect a big breakfast in Italy. Just coffee and a cookie. 11. Don't overpack. You will be limited on space when traveling in Italy so pack accordingly. 12. Don't expect to be served food in a restaurant between 3pm and 7pm.
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DOLOMITES VAL COMELICO THE SEASON OF COLOURS
EN - The Season of Colours - Val Comelico, is an emotional picture of the nature and landscapes of the Val Comelico: wonderful valley in the extreme north of the Veneto Region, attached to the East Tyrol (Austria) to the border of Carinthia and connected to the South Tirol, in the same national borders. A valley extremely varied, even in the continuity of the alpine nature: in fact here are simultaneously the vertical rock formations typically of The Dolomites and soft hills covered with green meadows and pastures, typical of the Tyrolean valleys, giving to the landscape of the Val Comelico an unique harmony. Arriving in Val Comelico in the alternative season to that here very long of the snow and consequently of the white, the first thing you notice are the intense colors. That's why we wanted to call this videofilm The Season of Colours. Another thing is the purity of the places and the dignified simplicity of villages and people: a real treasure for those seeking a moment of truth! The Val Comelico deserves to be known and appreciated much more, even for this.
IT - The Season of Colours – Val Comelico, è un quadro emozionale sulla natura e i paesaggi della Val Comelico: meravigliosa vallata posta all’estremo nord della Regione Veneto, affiancata al Ost Tirol (Austria) fino al confine con la Carinzia e collegata al Sud Tirol, negli stessi confini nazionali. Una vallata estremamente varia, pur nella continuità della natura alpina: infatti qui si trovano contemporaneamente le verticali formazioni rocciose tipicamente dolomitiche e le più morbide alture prative a pascolo, tipiche delle vallate tirolesi, donando al paesaggio della Val Comelico un’armonia unica. Arrivando in Val Comelico nella stagione alternativa a quella qui assai lunga della neve e quindi del bianco, la prima cosa che si nota sono i colori intensi. Ecco perché abbiamo voluto intitolare questo videofilm “The Season of Colours”. Un’altra cosa è la purezza dei luoghi e la semplicità dignitosa dei paesi e degli abitanti: una vera ricchezza per chi cerca ancora un momento di verità! La Val Comelico merita di essere conosciuta e apprezzata molto di più, anche per questo.
Following the cousins. Asiago, Italy. 8.2012
Following the cousins. Asiago, Province of Vicenza Italy