La Locanda di Sauniere
Via Nazionale 117, Calco, Lecco, 23885, Italy
More about Lecco
Vallo delle Mura (Lecco, Italy)
Piazza XX Settembre (Lecco, Italy)
Lago Lecco (Italy)
Lago Lecco (Italy)
church shown in valley in Dolomites
What valley is shown with the neat baroque church? Where do you fly into to drive or take train close to this area?
Re: church shown in valley in Dolomites
A link to the photograph you to which you refer would be helpful.
Flying in to Milan Bergamo would be useful, or to Milan Malpensa. There are trains and buses from there to the Lecco province.
Travel Tips for Lecco
You'd expect the morning on the lake to be still, but in fact it's not. There are so many people around, mainly athletes, jogging or doing water sports (especially windsurfing). The wind is very strong in the morning, and they take advantage of it. As the day goes by, the wind slows down...
Ex Convento di Prescarenico
Built in 1.576.
How ti get there: From Piazza Manzini, walk along Corso Martiri della Liberazione for some 500 m., then, on the left.
Area: Pensarenico district, north bank of Adda river.
Another close up of the impressive mountain chain, and the green ambience!
Dolomiti are said to be the most beautiful mountains of Europe, and I totally agree! The sceneries are surreal! The contrast between high naked greay peaks and exuberant green valleys is unforgettable!
The views from S.Martino mountain is more than impressive! This was taken on an autumn Sunday from one of the terraces above the vertical cliffs of S.Martino. Stunning and breathtaking! THe best is to come on the days when there isn't much fog, when the visibility is high. All the efforts of exhausting climbing pays off once you have this sight in front of your eyes, and the serenity of the nature around you. Heaven!
(click on the image to see entire panoramic view - it can't fit inot this small thumbnail pic!)
When you climb up, everything seems to be so small and tiny, and the boats on the lake seem like little bugs buzzing around! You can't even hear the noise! :)
But the view is still impressive!
Also, the area is very safe, there is no danger of rocks rolling down the mountains, because they are all well tied up as you can see on this photo.