We’ve been there before…
You found some amazing pictures of Alta Val Trebbia on Instagram by chance and ever since that moment you heard a strange voice in your head calling you to visit those wonderful, unspoilt landscapes in person at the first occasion.
You have done some research but struggled to find coherent (and above all intelligible) information in English online. The most obvious thing to do would be giving up and choose a more accessible destination instead, but the voice inside your head won’t have any of it.
To help all of you brave travelers out there visit the most beautiful valley in the world, we put together some practical tips as a sort of basic “Travel Guide to Alta Val Trebbia” to navigate through transport information, accommodation choices, activities and tours and other useful facts you may need to plan your journey.
Here is what you will find in the next weeks on this site as part of the travel guide series of posts:
- Across Alta Val Trebbia with public transport (yes, you can!)
- How to find accommodation with English speaking hosts
- Outdoor Activities for Active Holidays
- Slow Itineraries across Alta Val Trebbia
- Eateries, ATMs, medical assistance and shops
We hope you will find these guidelines useful and that you will visit the fabulous villages of Alta Val Trebbia in the future, enjoying and respecting the landscapes and local population you will meet along the way.
Feel free to leave a comment to suggest more places or to ask for more information, or reach us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.