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We visited the place, after visiting Santo Stefano di Sessano. If you have your own transport the route over the altiplano makes you feel in Mongolia or Tibet. Totally deserted, no trees and refreshing 25oC in high summer. In combination with Santo Stefano worth a...More
We drove up here in early May to see the wild flowers. The road to the top had only just been opened and there was quite a lot of snow towards the top. The views from the windy summit are beautiful.
On the way up...More
Obviously a ski resort in winter and an adventurous tourist destination in summer. The Campo Imperatore is a glorious place in spring and the hotel a welcome place for refreshments and history. Some of the original fascist era decor is still up. This is not...More
Nice hotel, very basic and confortable. If you like the adventure and the nature, and you are a flexible guy, that place is for you. Good quality/price rapport. Potentialy they can do much better. Finally I suggest it.
Our tour of the central region of Italy brought us to the top of Campo Imperatore just at the heavens opened. The temperature was 3C outside and rain/sleet. We headed in to the reception with no sign of anyone. exploring further we found the bar...More
US$49 - US$87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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