“Walking among the clouds” is the title of the article in Corriere della Sera’s magazine 7, and it could not fail to mention the world’s longest Tibetan bridge in Castelsaraceno. With its 586 metres of length, it was included in the fine article by Umberto Torelli, published on 3 December in the weekly supplement of Italy’s most popular newspaper. We would like to thank the journalist for his attention.
The name of Castelsaraceno appears among illustrious guests on a global scale. Mention is made of the skybridges of Sochi (Russia), Tennessee (USA) and Pulau Langkawi (Malaysia), ideal for bungee jumping, and the Capilano Suspension bridge in British Columbia, set in the green Canadian forests. There are also suspension bridges in Arouca (Portugal), Zermatt (Switzerland) and Tsingy (Madagascar), similar at first glance to the castle infrastructure but shorter than the 586 metres that set the world record.
Finally, the Iyanokazura bridge (Japan) is distinguished not by its size but by the fact that, according to tradition, it is made of wood and pieces of vine and rebuilt every three years.
The mention in weekly magazine 7 is a prestigious recognition for Castelsaraceno and for the work and dedication with which the locals welcome the many visitors who flock to the village every year to discover the many activities in the area.
On the occasion of Christmas, the event will involve the entire village starting on 8 December with the official opening of the event in live streaming (to be verified) with the lighting of the illuminations and the opening of the Christmas Market (in its first edition) and will end on Sunday 9 January 2022. An important influx of tourists is expected at the Christmas event in Castelsaraceno.
The Tibetan bridge between the two parks will be completely illuminated by thousands of lights this holiday season. Breathtaking scenery and a presence on the bridge not to be missed!