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Very beautiful house in great location in the mountains
Wonderful stay in a very comfortable, clean, well equipped chalet. Location is perfect for hiking trails, WWI history, and day trips to Asiago, Verona, Padua, etc.Although located in very small village, pizzeria, restaurants, cafe bar, market, are all in walking distance. The only negative was wifi. It was not really sufficient for normal days usage and will shut off.
"Fabulous roomey chalet p...
"Fabulous roomey chalet perfect for a family skiing holiday. Spotlessly clean and very well equipped. Ski school and hire etc a 5 min walk away, extremely convenient location. Mr & Mrs S. very helpful and pleasant. We hope to return next year!"
Het is een ruime woning en alles ziet er netjes en verzorgd uit.
Mooie omgeving. Vriendelijke gastheer en gastvrouw. Centraal gelegen, echter wel altijd minimaal een half uur rijden om in het dal te komen. Eén ding ontbreekt en dat is een koffiezetapparaat zoals we dat in Nederland kennen.
Very nice and quiet home in perfect location
Cozy spacious home.
Ideal for four to five people.
Gorgeous view from balcony.
Located at 1200 m elevation,
the temerature was ideal for us.
While it may be quite hot in the valley
(Trento, Lake Caldonazzo),
it's comfortably warm in Lavarone
during the day and
nice and cool at night.
Stayed for two weeks, hiked, biked and made
day trips to Verona and Venice (car down to valley then train).
South-East: take the A31, exit Piovene Rocchette
North: take the A22, exit Trento Nord
South-West: take the A22, exit Rovereto Nord
THE AREA: Lavarone is situated on the plateau of the same name and consists of twenty hamlets. It’s an old resort which already existed at the end of the 18th century and was popular among Austro-Hungarian nobles,Sigmund Freud, Robert Musil,etc.
There’s a small lake where one can rent a boat or spend their time on the beach.
Remains of fortresses of WW1 are scattered all around the plateau and in those nearby (Asiago and Folgaria). In Forte Belvedere, the only fort which stands undamaged, there’s a museum.
Another place of interest is “The Honey Museum” where one can learn how honey is manufactured and buy the local production.
There’s also a diary which sells its own products. The most famous is Vezzena which has a P.D.O food quality certification and it’s a Slow Food Presidium (for further information: http://www.slowfoodfoundation.com/). It’s usually open on Sundays.
People who love MTB will find two equipped trails: “100 Km dei forti” and “Fortezze bike tour” (for further information: http://www.fortezzebiketour.it/home_eng.aspx ; http://www.tr3ntino.it/en/sport-offers/mountain-biking-and-cycling/100-km-dei-forti.html)
There’s an area dedicated to cross-country ski in Millegrobbe, fully equipped (for further information: http://www.millegrobbe.com/Ehow.asp)
IN THE SURROUNDINGS
-Trento: an ancient city, known by the Romans as Tridentum. Places of interest might be the duomo, Buonconsiglio castle and Roman ruins.
-Rovereto: a city that shows the influence of the Venetian Republic. Mozart visited the city.
MART, the modern art museum, is known worldwide. While driving