Immerse yourselves in the fascinating historical village center of Intragna, at the entrance of Centovalli! Through an interesting cultural guided tour, you will discover its various aspects between past, present and future: from history to tradition, from culture to architecture, through politics, geology and a brief introduction to the Locarnese National Park Project. In particular, starting from the gracious piazza, you will visit the San Gottardo Church, which hosts an organ from the XIX Century, and the Museum of Centovalli and Pedemonte, which illustrates themes such as emigration and stories about chimneysweeps from Centovalli. Moreover, you will go up Ticino’s highest clock tower, at 65m. Finally, you will be able to visit the small Bottega Cento Rustici, where you will discover a variety of typical regional products: polenta flour, wine, distilled beverages and more.
Period: April - October
Duration: approx. 1 1/2 h
When: every Wednesday morning from 10.30 a.m. to 12 a.m.
adults CHF 15.- per person, guided tour of the village, entry to Museum of Centovalli and Pedemonte, entry to the clock tower included
children CHF 7.- per person
Maximum number of participants: 30
Information:Infopoint Centovalli and Pedemonte, Piazza Municipio, 6655 Intragna
phone 091 780 75 00 / e-mail: [email protected]
Reservation: booking compulsory no later than 12:30 on Tuesday prior to activity
Meeting place: in front of Infopoint Centovalli in Intragna
The cultural guided tour, which takes place in all weather conditions, usually in German, but the guide also speaks Italian, French and English.