Emilio Lussu, Ernest Hemingway, Robert Musil, Franz Kafka, Eugenio Montale, Mario Rigoni Stern. Many are the world-famous writers who have told of this plateau which lived through all 41 months of the Great War on the front line. Today this really is a place of memories, the ideal location for all lovers of history and for those who want to go and discover the remains and the evidence of the Great War. In fact, wherever fortified paths, lines of trenches, military posts, encampments and defensive structures for garrisons can be found. On the occasion of the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, we are offering a thematic route in the area of Tonezza del Cimone.
You will be accompanied by a guide who specialises in the Great War on a journey of discovery of these places rich in history, which envisages a visit to the Austro-Hungarian Cemetery, to the Monte Cimone War Memorial and to the Great War Visitor Centre.
The tour operator suggests:
An overnight stay in a double room with breakfast at Tonezza di Cimone, welcome drink, entry to the Austro-Hungarian Cemetery, to the Monte Cimone War Memorial and the Great War Visitor Centre and dinner based on products typical of the chosen venues. Cost from € 100,00 a head.
Specialised guide on request who will vary depending on numbers