10 ideas for a weekend in the open air where you can savour the pleasure of the many colours of autumn..
Elle è una storica rivista di moda francese fondata da Pierre Lazareff e dalla moglie Hélène Gordon-Lazareff nel 1945. Si occupa di moda, bellezza, salute e intrattenimento femminile. Il titolo, in francese, significa “Lei”.
Thanks to journalist Daniela Passeri for the very welcome attention.
For us it is a great pleasure to be considered by major publications as a big destination. The article talks about autumn tourism itineraries in: Merano, amidst elegance, Hapsburg promenades and the pageantry of yesteryear; Trentino, amidst canyons, centuries-old chestnut trees and art; Livigno, also known as “little Tibet” is among Italy’s most beautiful destinations for outdoor-sport enthusiasts; Carrega (Parma), in the regal woods of Duchess Maria Luigia of Austria; The gentle, colourful hills between Liguria, Toscana and Emilia; The sky above Lake Garda between Riva, Malcesine and Monte Baldo; Crete Senesi, a journey through white truffles; Tufa villages in Maremma; Lake Trasimeno, between lights and flavours; Calcata, the village that was evacuated and then repopulated; Castelsaraceno, Basilicata: adrenaline rush with the world’s longest Tibetan bridge.
“Walk across the world’s longest Tibetan bridge, suspended 80 metres above the ground in a valley that connects the Lucano Appennine Park and the Pollino Park. Among the new outdoor attractions, the Castelsaraceno bridge is the one with the highest adrenaline density. At 586 metres long, it allows you to take 1,160 steps into the void suspended above a spectacular canyon. The bridge is as slender as it is solid, with its 24 tonnes of steel. It takes about an hour to cross, one way, secured to a life line by a special carabiner. To return to the starting point, there is an easy dirt path from which to admire the bridge from a different perspective. If that’s not enough for you, an hour and a half from Castelsaraceno you can take the flight of an angel, hanging from a 1550-metre-long cable over the valley that divides Pietrapertosa from Castelmezzano, two enchanting villages in the Lucanian Dolomites.