First of all, as a non-italian speaker, I didn't know that the platform of Brescia-Iseo-Edolo line actually locates at another corner of Brescia Train Station. I missed the 7:07am... read more
The Naquane National Park of Rock Engravings in Capo di Ponte was the first...
The Naquane National Park of Rock Engravings in Capo di Ponte was the first park established in Camonica Valley in 1955. The area extends over 14 hectares of rock art land, a most important section belonging in Camonica Valley's World Heritage UNESCO site n. 94.
In this park, in a magnificently wooded environment, one can admire as many as 104 engraved rocks, endowed with information panels, divided into 5 easy-to-walk routes for about 3 km. The entire tour of all paths takes at least 4 hours.