Trip from Venice
to Livigno

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Departure from Venice
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Livigno
13:57h

Trip duration: 297min

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Borghetto sul Mincio
Italy

75 min

Borghetto sul Mincio is one of those quaint, tiny Italian villages that are simply irresistible. Travelers have long recognized this charm so this beautiful and... peaceful village with merely 160 inhabitants is completely devoted to tourism. Along its cobblestone streets, quaint watermills, and wooden bridges you’ll find several specialty shops, restaurants, and cafes that will indulge your senses. The village is best known for its Visconti Bridge (a fortress spanning the river Mincio built by Gian Galeazzo Visconti, lord of Milan), as well for the old bell of the church of Saint Mark the Evangelist. Not to forget the famous tortellini that Borghetto sul Mincio is especially proud of!

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Messner Mountain Museum
Italy

105 min

Messner Mountain Museum at Sigmundskron Castle near Bozen is the centerpiece of a museum project consisting of five museums situated at six different locations. After... many centuries of changing owners and going through difficult conditions, this late medieval castle finally became heritage of the autonomous province of Bolzano in 1996. Soon after that, famous Italian alpinist Reinhold Messner, opened in Sigmundskron Castle the Mountain Museum with distinctive collection of artifacts, art and religious objects all dedicated to mountaineering. The museum gives an insight into the importance and significance of mountains for humans.

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Soave Castle
Italy

105 min

The Soave Castle is a beautiful, well preserved fortress that sits on Mount Tenda. It is s a typical medieval military artifact. It was built... in the 10th century and it consists of a drawbridge, a massive tower, and three walls forming three courts of different size. It is home to a small museum but the most inspiring feature of this castle is the Mastio, probably a former prison and a torture room. Inside the castle visitors can also admire the 14th century frescoes and medieval furniture and climb to the top of Soave Castle’s imposing tower for the amazing views of the hills and vineyards surrounding the castle.

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Benedictine Convent of Saint John Mustair
Switzerland

90 min

Benedictine Convent of Saint John Mustair attracts visitors for its lovely mountain surroundings, ancient architecture and its magnificent Carolingian murals and Romanesque frescoes. This serene... site of devotion is also a great place to rest and find inner peace as the convent also has a guest house with nine rooms for accommodating guests. Visitors are free to roam the rest of the grounds including the church and Holy Cross Chapel, a small museum, flower garden and cemetery.

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Merano
Italy

105 min

Great climate, natural treasures and cultural richness are the first things that come to mind when Merano is mentioned. Whether you’re seeking scenery, relaxation, or... cultural events, Merano has something for everyone. The fascinating alpine setting coupled with a health resort dating back to the 19th century and cultural sites like the gardens of Schloss Trauttmansdorff or Art Nouveau constructions and imperial architecture are sure to impress even the most demanding travelers.

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Gianni Caproni Museum of Aeronautics
Italy

105 min

Aviation aficionados will truly enjoy this little museum, as well as anybody else craving for some interesting experience. It was established by the brilliant aeronautical... engineer Gianni Caproni in 1927, who built the first Italian airplane, the Caproni Ca. 1. Today’s museum displays about 20 planes, numerous models and other informative materials covering both Caproni’s legacy and the broader history of aviation. There are also free flight simulators which are great fun for the kids.