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Monte Carasso, San Bernardo

Monte Carasso, San Bernardo

This hiking tour offers you the possibility to get the know the region around Bellinzona. In fall, one can collect sweet chestnuts and taste them at home.more

Locanda Orico

Locanda Orico

In a tasteful palace in the historic centre of Bellinzona, at the foot of the Castelgrande hill, you will be met by chef Lorenzo Albrici, who...more

Rinascimento in the Vineyard

Rinascimento in...

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Grottino Ticinese

Grottino Ticinese

Is there anything more comforting than an appetizing platter of freshly...more

Monte Carasso, San Bernardo

This hiking tour offers you the possibility to get the know the region around Bellinzona. In fall, one can collect sweet chestnuts and taste them at home.

Our route leads to the church of San Bernardo. It is home to valuable frescoes, and insider's tip and still off the beaten track. Ascend on foot or by cable-car.

Locanda Orico

In a tasteful palace in the historic centre of Bellinzona, at the foot of the Castelgrande hill, you will be met by chef Lorenzo Albrici, who trained under the great Fredy Girardet, and his extremely sophisticated cuisine - a unique fusion of Italian and French tradition with a menu that is updated regularly. 1 Michelin star, 16 GaultMillau points.

Rinascimento in the Vineyard

Rinascimento in the Vineyard

Not many visitors know the route via the cantonal road north of Lago Maggiore, which leads through Gudo and Monte Carasso to the north. It wends its way through vineyards in which new types of grape vines are planted.

Grottino Ticinese

Is there anything more comforting than an appetizing platter of freshly cut salami, prosciutto or lardo, soft cheese from the Valle di Muggio, or hard cheese from the upper Ticinese Alps? The large stone tables under centuries-old linden trees are inviting and conducive to animated conversations. Grottino Ticinese is a garden pub, which was established on the occasion of the National Marksmen's Festival of 1929. Swissness!