The new guide book, with hundreds of original photographs and drawings, many insights, tips and trivia, so everyone can discover the wonders of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park. In spring, among the breath-taking flowerings, or following the tracks of animals in winter; in autumn, to witness the foliage colours, and to enjoy the liveliness of the villages in summer: all the information to live an intact and wild territory, welcoming its visitors year-round. An invitation to explore the more than 700 kilometres of trails, amid high rocky peaks and green forests, kingdom of bears, wolves and chamois, or two wander the alleys and squares of precious towns with ancient charm, concealing stories and flavors in which the present mixes with tradition. A "guide" which takes the visitor by the hand, almost like a more expert trek companion. It does not only show where to go and what to look at, but also points the visitor at something intriguing, and encourages to discover and understand a protected area, where one experiments with a different lifestyle. At almost a hundred years since its institution, and with its beech forest awarded the title of World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2017, Italys oldest National Park has never been so modern and fascinating.
Authors Bruno D'Amicis, Umberto Esposito
Elisabetta Mitrovic (Illustrator)
Lizette Pater (translator)
Publisher: Edizioni del Parco
Publication Date: 2019
Genre: general geography. Travel