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Triora Things to Do

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    by Carletto76 Written Mar 8, 2004

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    In Triora there are not particular "monuments", you just have to go around this small and very old town.
    Take a look at the travelogue to get an idea!

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Triora Nightlife

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    by Carletto76 Written Mar 8, 2004

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    If you are a witch or maybe a ghost you can find a lot of amazing nightlife in Triora, otherwise it's better to go in some other place! ;-)

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Triora Transportation

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    by Carletto76 Written Mar 8, 2004

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    If you want to go to Triora you really need a car, or you can take a bus, but it's really more comfortable by car!
    Take the motorway A10 till the exit "Arma di Taggia (Sanremo EST)". At this point you have to turn north to the inland in direction Triora and Valle Argentina.

    You can go there on 1 day trip from Nice (France) or Genova (Italy). Even better if you are in Sanremo or Imperia, it will take you really few time to get there.

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Triora Sports & Outdoors

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    by Carletto76 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Close to Triora there's the "Loreto bridge" which is one of the best places in Italy to practice this exrtreme sport. The bridge is 119 metres high, you can reach speeds of more than 87Km/h and fall down for 104 metres! Really an exciting experience, but I've never tried! ;-)
    The prices are around 80 euros for the first jump and a bit less fot the following ones (if you still have your stomach!).

    Equipment: A lot of courage! ;-)

    Related to:
    • Bungy Jumping

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