Referimenti CAI: CAI Brescia - +39 030 321838 in h4.
Area: Valle Camonica - Gruppo dell'Adamello
Apertura: Giugno - Settembre
Come arrivare: da Temu' in direzione Val D'Avio
Da Malga Caldea
in Val Davio con sentiero n.11 (3h): adatto a famiglie
Ascensioni principali: Adamello
Traversate: Rifugio Caduti dell'Adamello, rifugio Citta' di Trento, rifugio Tonolini
People come from far and wide to experience Enkoping's parks. There is much to discover, and each park has its own character. Enkoping has around twenty parks, so allow plenty of time for strolling around. The best-known is Dromparken, the Dream Park created by world-renowned garden designer Piet Oudolf,. The park has tall firework-like grasses and perennials in delightful shades.
The pocket parks are scattered like small oases offering you peace and quiet amidst the greenery.
Many varieties of magnolias and bulbs flower in the spring. In summer there hundreds of species of flowering perennials. The autumn sees vividly coloured shrubs and trees. Enkoping offers experiences throughout the year.
Around Stora Torget market square and along the surrounding streets there are numerous charming
little shops offering a range of exciting products, and pleasant pavement cafes and restaurants with various specialities. You can enjoy eating an ice-cream to the sound of water playing in the square's
magnificent fountain. Enkoping Museum and Tourist Office, open throughout the year, is just a stone's throw from Stora Torget.
Enkoping Tourist Information
Tel: +46 (0)171 625040
Park Information, Tel: +46 (0)171 625350
There are beautiful green parks and gardens to visit all over Uppland. You can stroll through the romantic English park on meandering paths, admire the geometric designs and pruned hedges of the baroque park, inspect Linnaeus' carefully selected plants or discover the nature-lover's playground. Or smell the flowers in dazzling flowerbeds, have a picnic shaded by centuries -old trees and enjoy
the well -kept gardens.
Carl Linnaeus lived and worked in our flower-rich Uppland. He wandered here on excursions with his students, and exchanged garden plants with his friends and colleagues.
We invite you to come and enjoy the parks and gardens of Linnaeus' Uppland.
You might like to delight your senses with a fragrant profusion of flowers, and build happy memories in pleasant company in a historic setting. You might want to buy flowers and plants from the garden centre or take home a unique souvenir created by Uppland's local crafts makers.
Whatever your preference, we can promise you uplifting, life-affirming experiences.
Parks and Gardens of Upplaqnd and Uppsala at
Kungsgatan 59, Uppsala
Stationsgatan 12, Uppsala
Tel: +46 (0)18 7274800
Regionforbundet,, Uppsala lan/Visit Uppland
Kungsgatan 41, Box 1843, SE -751 48 Uppsala
The European Agricultural Fund
for Rural Development
Europe investing in rural areas.
Referimenti CAI : CAI Edolo +39 0364 7306
Area: Valle Camonica - Gruppo dell' Adamello
Apertura: Giugno - Settembre
Come arrivare: Da Vezza d'Oglio in auto fino al parcheggio teleferica ENEL
in Val Paghera con sentiero n.21 adato a famiglie in h 1.30
da Edolo a Preda con sentiero. 1 (ex 21) per Passo di Gallinera in h 4
da Edolo in auto seguire per la strada del Monte Colmo Pozzuolo e seguire i sentieri
72 e 72B (4h)
Ascensioni principali; Monte Avio, Cima delle Gole Larghe, Monte Aviolo, Corno Ballone
Traversate: Rifugio Garibaldi , rifugio Tonolino, Passo delle Plate, bivacco V Testa
Localita' Lago Aviolo
Holmen holiday village is open all year round. It has a unique location high above the sea. Wonderful sea views from all cottages. All cottages have cooking facilities, shower, toilet, TV and terrace.
We also offer a range of other accommodation, incl. detached cottages and rooms in our youth hostel.
More info of www.ugglorp.nu
Many say "Its so beautiful here" - and we agree. The water meadows, cliffs - yes the whole area is fantastic. There is a shop, restaurant, adventure golf, activities and children's club. Near Falkenberg,
Halmstad and Ullared. Perfect for excursions.
Welcome The Henriksson family.
Find the best place to taste real local food in Budapest is not an easy task.
But we have the solution.! The Hungarian Hells's Kitchen awaits you with real home feeling flavours and traditional Hungarian food & atmosphere in the heart of the city!
If you are a lover of grilling, if you love the smell and also the presentation of the special charcoal grilled food tasting, you can find it all here!
Our crew and the more decades of experiences of gastronomy are also at your services at your events.
Hungarian Hell's Kitchen can be a perfect place up to 200 people for company or family events
Nagy Faloda Vendeglato'Kft
1052 Budapest, Kigyo utca 4
if you are looking for fantastic views of Lake Unnen then we have the cottages for you. Our top modern cottages have fully equipped kitchen, WC/shower, dishwasher, etc., and are only 10 metres
from the lake. The cottages have 6 beds w separate bedrooms.
Prices from SEK......./day.
We also offer more basic cabins with 2-5 beds, prices from SEK......./day
Peaceful and child- friendly family casmpsitewith a fantastic location. Perhaps even one of Sweden's most beautiful?
Welcome to Gullbrannagarden campsite, open all the year round. Campsite in scenic location within working distance to the sea. Close to Halmstad and Laholm, 10 km either way. The camping pitches are 100 -130 sq m and most have water and sewer connection. The service buildings are very fresh and maintain a high standard. We offer several different types of accommodation, newly renovated cottages, flats and youth hostel. There are many activities available in the campsite area, such as mini golf, tennis beach volley ball, boules court and sauna with relaxation area as well as wood burning hot tubs. Gullbrannagarden is a child-friendly place with several fun playgrounds, bouncy cushion, ropeway, trampolines and BMX track, in summer there is the fun club for all children, summer pulse for teenagers, quiz walks, waffle evenings, sing -along of concerts and services in our summer church, (for summer programme, visit www.gullibrannagarden.se)
Summer restaurant serving pizza. Today's Special and a' la carte. Awarded the prize of Campsite Manager of the yEAR 2013 BY SCR
Open all year on Tuesday and Thursday 3.pm - 6.pm every Sunday 10.am - 12,30 am / 3 pm - 6 pm every Sunday 10.am - 12.30 am /3 pm - 6.pm (except December and January ) 25 April, 1 May, Easter holidays, 15 August
Closed other public holidays
Guided visits on reservation
For schools and groups visits on reservation also in the morning.
Civic, Archaeology, History and Art Museum "Palazzo Traversa"
Via Parpera, 4
Excellent holiday campsite near Tylosand's famous beaches and Halmstad's range of restaurants, entertainment and shopping. There is a fun playground with a bouncy cushion, climbing net and a nice adventure golf course. Stay near the lovely fine-grained sandy beach, which stretches for miles, with lots of beach activities in peak season, there is other beach and musical entertainment. Hire bicycles, Segways, pedal cars., etc. club offers leader-led and activities.
There are several golf courses nearby Halmstads Aventysland is also within reach.
Riferimenti CAI: CAI Brescia +39 030 321838
Area: Valle Camonica - Parco dell' Adamello
Apertura : June - September
Come arrivare: dal Lago di Malga con sentiero n. 242 (3h); sentiero adatto a famiglie. Da Val Paghera (Ceto) in h 4,45 con sentiero n. 37, da localita' Rasega (Val Saviore) in h 5 con sentiero n 20 e n.1, da Isola in Val Saviore in h 5
Ascensioni principali: Monte di Re Castello in h 1.30, cime di Val Ghilarda in 30',
Monte Frisozzo in h 2.30, cima settentrionale di Trenedus in h. 2.30
Traversate: Possibili partenza sono da Malga Bissina, in Val Daone( SS237 per Tione
deviazione Pieve di Bono - sentiero 242,3h), oppure dalla Val Paghera di Ceto (segnavia 37, 4h45)
E' possibile anche partire da Isola di Saviore (sentiero 20 e 1, 5h)
Laghetti di Montozzo
25056 Ponte di Legno
Tel: (+39) 0364 90015
Riferimenti CAI: CAI Brescia +39 030 321838
Area: Valle Camonica - Gruppo Orties Cevedale
Open: June - September
How to get here: From Ponte di Legno con sentiero n.2;
Valle di Viso con sentieri n.52 0 59 (h 2)
Dal Passo del Tonale, Val Albiolo con sentiero n. 111 (h2)
questi sentieri sono adatti anche a famiglie e percorribilli in MTB
Da Passo del Gavia con sentiero n.2 (5h); adatto per alpinisti
Park 1 km dopo le case, Segnavia 52, ore 2
Ascensione principali: Punta di Ercavallo, Punta d'Albiolo, Punta di Montozzo
Traversate: Passo del Gavia per piano di Ercavallo e Bocchetta Corno dei Tre Signori, al Passo del Tonale per il Passo dei Contrabbandieri
Riferimenti CAI: CAI Cedegolo +39 0364 6301 39
Area: Valle Camonica - Gruppo del Pizzo Camino
Open: June - September
How to get here: from Borno con sentieri 82, 82/A in h 2.15
from Lazio con sentieri 136 in h 2
Ascensioni principali: Pizzo Camino, Cima Moren, Corna San Fermo,
Monte Sossino, Cimone della Bagozza
Traversate :RifugioSan Fermo, rifugi o Laeng ebivacco Val Baione.
Open all year on Tuesday and Thursday 3.pm - 6.pm; every Sunday 10.am - 12.30 am/3pm -6pm;
(except December and January) 25 April, 1 May, Easter holidays, 15 August.
Closed other public holidays
Guided visits on reservation
For schools and group visits on reservation also in the morning.
Civic, Archeology, History and art Museum "Palazzo Traversa"
Via Parpera, 4
Open from Tuesday to Sunday 3pm - 6 pm included 25 April, 1 November and 8 December
Guided tours on reservation for schools and groups from Tuesaday to Friday 8.30am - 12.30am /
2.30 pm -5,30pm
Closed Mondays, Saturdays till 30th April, 1 January, Easter holidays, 1 may, 15 August, 8 September 24,25.26 and 31 December.
Civic Museum of Natural History "F"
Via Craveri, 13/15
The Castle Museum of the Budapest History Museum has its location in the former Royal Palace, in an ambience surrounded by historical atmosphere. Visitors can enter the rooms of the Medieval
Palace, get acquainted with the unique treasures of the Museum, like the Angevin Silk Tapestry or the Gothic Sculptures; they can rest on the benches of the Renaissance Garden from the spring up to the autumn. The Museum exhibits the momentous events and notable personalities of the history of
H-1014 Budapest, Szent Gyorgy ter' 2
Buda Palace, Building E www.btm.hu
Information: (+36 1) 487 8800, 487 8871
1 March -31 October, 10 1,m. - 18 p.m.
1 November - 28 February, 10.a.m. - 16.p.m.
Closed on Mondays
Castles, Churches, Towers and boroughs......
across Langhe Roero are amazing. They mirror the art and culture of this region and bear witness to its history, from the Roman era to the Middle Ages, from the age of Napoleon to the nineteenth-century days of splendour seeing prominent noble families in this territory.
The heritage of past is perceivable in the allure of old churches, the singularity of architectural elements, and the legacy of great personalities who played a key role in the history of this hilly land as well as that of Italy.
At the Wine Museum of Barolo the heritage of the past is the seed that brings forth the harvest of the future, and becomes material culture in the nearby Royal Residences open to the public. The region's sites of memory of the Risorgimento also bring the past into the present, especially this year, as Italy marks the 150 anniversary of its unification.
Don't miss the appointment!
Strada Romantica delle Langhe e del Roero
You don't need to be in love to travel the Strada Roamantica delle Langhe e del Roero but you may fall in love with the landscapes you'll see on your way from Roero to Alta Langa passing by Langa del Barbaresco and Langa del Barolo, and eleven of the more fascinating sites within this region.
If you want to have an idea about things to see, you may start your journey visiting Alba, walking round its streets and squares permeated by history and scenting and tasting the flavour of its truffles.
From here, you may depart for other appealing destinations following the itineraries suggested here
The Barolo Itinerary through the Hills of Bassa Langa
From Alba, you may go easily to the hills of Bassa Langa, the area of production of fine red wines
The landscape is characterized by vineyards and castles such as the medieval castle and village of Rodd, which could be your first stop before seeing La Morra and its magnificent view on the hills.
Then you may reach Barolo and visit the castle of the Marquis Falletti, now housing the Wimu Wine Museum and the Regional Wine Centre. At this point you cannot miss exploring Monforte d'Alba, the village of the Catharist heretics, and the fourteenth - century fortresses of Serralunga and Castiglione Falletti. Your final destination could be Grinzane Cavour, where you may visit the castle once inhabited by Count Camillo Benso, mayor of the village and statesman who played an important
role in the unification of Italy.
The Barbaresco and Moscato Itinerary.
Thinking about the places described by Beppe Fenoglio in "Il Partigano Johnny" you may enjoy admiring the Langhe Roero landscape from the village of Treiso before reaching Barbaresco, still characterized by its tower, and Neive, renowned for its beautiful historic borough.
You may continue your journey through breathtaking hills covered with hazelnut fields and Moscato vineyards passing by Neviglie, Mango, seat of a Regional Wine Centre, and Castiglione Tinella.
Your final destination could be Santo Stefano Beilbo, Cesare Pavese's birthplace.
Itinerary through the hills of Roero
Your journey through the hills of Roero may start from Govone, famous for its Royal Residence, and continue towards Magliano Alferi where, amongst other, you may visit the Museum of Folk.
Traditions and Crafts, housing .a section dedicated to the plaster ceilings typical of the area. You may then reach Guarene, boasting a charming eighteenth-century castle with Italian style gardens.
Other sites of interest in this area on the left side of the Tanaro River are Monticello, Santa Vittoria
d'Alba. Sommariva Perno an its castle, which Vittorio Emanuele II of Savoy bought for Rosa
Vercellana, known as 'La Bela Rosin' ; and lastly Canale, seat of a Regional Wine Centre.
Don't forget to plan your visit to the baroque Bra, seat of the Slow-Food organization's head office, and conclude your tour with an excursion to Cherasco virtually the link between Roero and Langhe
in a pathway through history and eno-gastronomic traditions, first of all chocolate.
Your journey around the hills covered with hazelnut fields may take you to the charming villages such as Castino, Perletto and Cortemilia, whose cylindrical tower is noteworthy. Passing by
Gottasecca you may reach Saliceto to see its renewed castle and the Medieval frescoes decorating
the chapel of San Martino in Lignera.
Other medieval wall paintings can be seen in Monesiglio, Gorzegno, Prunette and Levice.
Your final destination could be Bergolo, known as the village of stone, a unique place where nature meets culture in a hill top setting.
The Dolcetto Itinerary through the hills of Alta Langa.
You may start your journey around the hills of Alta Langa from Dogliani, birthplace of luigi Einaudi, the first President of the Italian Republic.
Part way through this food & wine tasting itinerary you may stop in Belvedere Langhe and Murazzano, famous for its D.O.P specially cheese.
Also to be seen is Paroldo, known as the village of the masche (the witches of the Langhe hills).
San Benedetto Belbo, Beppe Fenoglio's second homeland; and lastly Bossolasco, known as the village of roses.
The campsite has newly built 18-40 m cottages. There are cottages with or without WC. The large cottages have luxurious hotel standard WC/showers. All cottages are well-equipped and comprise everything you need to have a pleasant stay e.g. kichenette with coffee maker and micro, TV wooden deck with outdoor furniture and grill.
Celebrate your holiday in a peaceful and relaxing environment. All our cosy cottages one fit for living in during the winter and are beautifully nestled in a pine forest. Food shop, cafe', golf and tennis courts, as well as sound and jogging tracks in a nature reserve are all within walking distance.
Approx 10 km to famous salmon fishing in River Logon.
Our peaceful family campsite is located in direct connection to 12 km seemingly endless sandy beach offering lovely swimming with and without swimsuit. The entire area is subdivided by birch hedges which lend a cosy, leafy character. Many excursions and activities available in the surrounding neighbourhood
Tours and suggestions of the Tourism Office
Medieval walking tour - A guided tour of the city through the ramparts, the towers, the Episcopal palace and Notre Dame Cathedral
Summer torch lit night tour - A walking tour with costumed guides that includes a hippocras tasting
and an organ concert
Secrets of Bearm - In summer we offer a guided tour by a local story teller who will tell you all
about the traditions, homes and languages in the land of Bearn
Information and bookings: T: +33 5 59 81 15 98 www.tourismpau.com
At the bottom of today's hill by the Gave, there lived a nomad tribe called Venami, who settled on the site of Lascurris (lasca meaning stone and uri water). After roman colonization, in the 1st century
AC the Civtas Benearnemsium (City of the Vernami) was created and became the first urban centre of the area, it soon became the capital, a beautiful city with rich domi (homes) full of mosaics and protected by the ramparts of which the remnants from the IVth century can still be seen today. With time, the name was shortened and changed Beneamensium, Benehamium (from which comes Bearn) in the IXth century, the city was destroyed by Norman invaders.
There are still many traces of this history present in the Espace Art et Culture. The collection from the antique era is presented in an environment that portrays the mysteries around Lescar's long history.
1 - Yet, today the Gallo-Roman history reappears in vestiges and furniture, The bronze vase with a
clovered lip, the sigillated italic ceramic with erotic motifs and mosaic from the Villa in the
Saint-Michel district are shown at Art & Culture Space
Espace Art & Culture - Rue de la Cite' - Lescar Tel: 05 59 81 15 98
2 - La Cathedrale de Lescar
The building of the Romanesque cathedral started in the year 1120., during the Spanish crusades.
The cathedral has been listed "Historic Monument" since 1843. During its visit, you will see the
capitals, the Romanesque mosaic of "the young Moorish hunter"; the romantic organ of the 19th century, the furniture of the 17th and 18th century, the modillions of the apse as well as the mural
painting of the 17th century in the choir. Some of Navarre kings and queens such as the mural
such as the Henri IV's grand-parents were buried there.
3 - Quickly, Lascurensis became an important cathedral town known as a "septenary city" because
of its 7 churches, 7 towers, 7 doors, 7 mills, 7 vineyards, 7 woods, 7 fountains. From this legend,
the "Esquirette tower-door" closing the West entrance of the city can still be seen.
4 - At the North of the city, there was the Bishop's Palace built in the 14th century and destroyed during the French Revolution. The West tower probably used as a prison is today's only remains.
5 - The South wall is facing the Pyrenees. Down on the right, the former "Barnabites" College has been replaced today by the Lescar High School. In the 17th century, the Barnabites monks from Italy moved into one of the city towers. In the late 18th century, there was a building dedicated
Still on the South wall, the octagonal "Presbytery" staircase with a beautiful pinnacle door....
The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, the Danube Folk Ensemble and the Hungaria Folk Ensemble (founded in 1951 and 1957 respectively) are three of the best Hungarian folk ensembles with the longest tradition in Hungary. They regularly give performances both in Hungary and abroad. Each
ensemble consists of 30 artists. The choreographies are based on authentic dances, some of them were collected in isolated villages and date back hundreds of years. Through the performed dances you can gain insight into the folk music, dance and costume heritage and areas inhabited by
After the performances we would like to invite you to a one and half hour sightseeing cruise with candleit buffet dinner and drinks. The same programme is available without dinner too, with drinks
only (a glass of sparkling wine and another glass of drink, soft drink, wine or beer) Guiding is not included in the programme.
Tickets are available at every travel agency, at the reception of your hotel, from your guide as well as
at the cash-desk of the Duna Palola (Danube Palace Zrinyl ulca5) information is also available from our representatives on the streets.
Ulster Gliding Centre
The Airfield, Seacoast Road, Bellarena
Limavdy BT 49 OLA
T: 028 7775 0301 (weekends only)
Mob: 07709 808 276
The Ulster Gliding Centre is the only facility of its kind in Northern Ireland. The Centre offers visitors the opportunity to experience the ultimate flying experience of silent flight known as soaring or gliding.
Trial lessons are available . The Centre owns two modern two-seat gliders., one of which has special hand controls to replace the normal rudder pedals, enabling persons with a lower limb disability to control the glider.
Weekends: 9.00am - 5,30pm and during holiday periods as advertised.
Weda was one of the very first out of town retail parks to open. Today Weda has a wide range of shops and restaurants. Weda shopping centre, which has been expanded and renovated in recent years with the addition of bright new premises, is located here. The shops in the shopping centre include toys, baby goods, sports and leisure items, pharmacy, textiles, antiques and bric-a-brac. Weda
trading estate has become a forum for a mix of different businesses within a range of sectors, extending from office companies to business to business companies. The hypermarkets Willys and Lidl are also located here, if you want to find cheap and interesting items, you should visit the employment office's Second Hand shop with over 1,000 sqm and a wide range od goods, or visit an auction at Ohmans Mobler.
In the north of the island of Morko you will find a real pearl of the archipelago, Skansholmens Sjokrog, which is ranked as one of Sweden's top restaurants. This is our gourmet restaurant with tasting menus, locally produced schnapps, and lighter meals and entertainment in the bistro.
Come along and have a real taste experience.
Global Christinaty is visible in Sodertalje, with all four families of the church present. The churches are like branches on a tree, all slightly different. With a common trunk and their roots in Jerusalem where it all started once upon a time with the first Easter.
Sodertalje's largest out of town retail park, Vasa is perfectly situated beside the E4 and E 20, as well as close to the city centre and AXA Sports Centre. Besides well-known shops with an exciting range of everyday commodities and shopping. Vasa retail park has over 1,20 free parking places. Outlets include Coop Forum, ICA, Maxi, Media markt and the state -run off licence, Systembolaget, Bilterna plans to open in spring 2014.
Welcome to Vasa, a vibrant park for all the family.