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Lungotalvera Promenade

The Lungotalvera or Wassermauer Promenade proceeds along the Talvera Meadows towards Castel Roncolo

The Lungotalvera Promenade, the most central promenade of Bolzano, proceeds from the Talvera Bridge to the Sant'Antonio Bridge north of the town, where the St. Oswald Promenade starts which leads to the famous wine-growing area of Santa Maddalena. There are actually two paths: the Eastern and the Western Lungotalvera Promenade, divided only by the Talvera Bridge and the Petrarca Park which passes into the Talvera Meadows, the green lung of the town.

The Lungotalvera Promenade follows the course of the eponymous 45.5 km long river - "lungo" means along, whereas Talvera is the name of the river - which flows through the Val Sarentino valley and the Sarntino Alps from north to south. On the end of the path, at the entrance of the Val Sarentino valley, Castel Roncolo rises on the right and the ruin of Castel Rafenstein on the left. The promenade lines also the Talvera Meadows, the local recreation area which invites to explore the town by bike or on foot, or to simply enjoy some time in the sun while the children are playing.

The Lungotalvera Promenade starts at the Talvera Bridge. The Eastern Promenade leads past a playground, sports fields, a skate park and the minigolf course and offers a beautiful view on Castel Mareccio, whereas along the Western Promenade near the Victory Square there are two playgrounds, a duck pond, bumper cars and the youth centre PIPPO.stage.

Length: 1 hour
Trail length: 3.8 km
Altitude difference: 20 m

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