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Canale di Tenno is an obligatory stop for those who desire to immerse themselves in the magic of a place of the past, where you breathe history, art and culture.The village, entrenched on a mountain slope halfway between Lake Garda and the Alps, has...more
It is incredible that this place isn’t listed in any top 10 things to do when in the Lake Garda region. It is a small village in Canale a few miles from Riva del Garda, with many historical buildings and quaint cobblestone walkways to meander...More
Amazing mediaeval village with steep narrow cobbled streets linked with arches. Some doors could be original they look that old. As a mediaeval film set very little would need changing. People still live in the village though not all the houses are occupied. There is...More
This is such a cute little village to visit. The buildings are so cool, and many of them are still being lived in. There are a few shops in the village, including an art gallery, a bed & breakfast & restaurant.You can wander through the...More
What an amazing,small and picturesque village.Great for a little walk, visiting little museums of local artists .
There is only 1 small bar , where you can sit in the square for a nice relaxing drink.
the place seems unreal.
Small medieval town, a bit hard to find, you need to follow BORGO MEDIOEVALE CANALE DI TENNO. You do not find tourists, it is very quiet, old houses built in stone. Really worth it if you are in the area
When we took a hike around lake Tenno we decided to make it longer, using local maps with hiking routes. With no specific schedule we had no idea what is waiting us so it was total surprise to suddenly fly back in time some 400-500...More
I loved the place. I was hugely impressed by its size, how well it was kept, as well as by its authentical details. There were some exibitions, all free of charge. The place better seen on your own. I plan to come back, maybe this...More