Enloy Valtellina by cycling or walking along the Adda and Mera rivers. Visit the historical towns you find along the Sentiero Valtellina (the share-used path that crosses the whole valley) and the Valchiavenna cycling path: two routes that are suitable for everyone. Have a picnic along the way, or take a train to reach your final destination. The railway runs along both paths. Don't miss the Via dei Terrazzamenti (a route that passes through the terraced vineyards), from Tirano to Morbegno (70 km) and enjoy the magnificent natural scenarios along the way. You can also try the bike sharing points, which are available along the roads and in the city squares of Bormio, Sondrio and Tirano. This is really #wonderful!
Livigno (1816 m a.s.l.) lies in the centre of the
Rhaetian Alps, between the Stelvio and the Bernina passes. Livigno was a
property of the Count of Bormio and achieved its administrative autonomy in 1816.
The customs benefits, which had already been ratified by Napoleon and Austria, were confirmed in 1948, as the
duty-free area was declared. Livigno is Italy’s second highest town council and
is called for this reason the “Piccolo Tibet” (Little Tibet). Today this
village is a best-known destination for branded shopping: clothes, electronics
and so on. It is laid on a 15-km long valley crossed by the Spöl (Aqua Granda),
tributary of the river Inn, which – in turn – is tributary of the
Danube. The winter season goes from November to May. Livigno is considered as
one of the top-destination in Europe thanks to its modern ski lifts and
state-of-the-heart ski runs and trails and is able to offer many opportunities
for the summer season too: it is a paradise for all mountain lovers and keen
bikers looking for breathtaking panoramas. Indoor fitness and sport at Aquagranda
too, a cutting-edge facility provided with the best-equipped gyms and a wide
swimming pool. Art and culture find their full expression in the parish church
of the Natività di Maria Vergine (Nativity of the Virgin Mary) (1477), the church
of S. Antonio (1589) and the church of San Rocco (1591), as well as in the "tee",
the typical abodes of inestimable value.
Enjoy Valtellina bresaola Delicious, healthy cured beef, guaranteed by PGI marking, compliant with strict production rules and regulations and respect for tradition. Taste PGI apples from Valtellina, Golden Delicious, Red Delicious and Gala, excellent products with all the characteristics of mountain apples: crunchy, fragrant, aromatic and juicy. Discover the flavour of Bitto cheese, with all the aroma of mountain grass or savour Valtellina Casera cheese, a semi-fat dairy product with ancient tradition.