Peaceful: Via dei Bottai is a neat little place run by the sweetest lady and her two sons. The atmosphere is wonderful and the service is outclass. The food was amazing. I enjoyed a very peaceful coffee and food here. It was nice to get away from everything.
Worth A Visit : Nice large Piazza with the Town Hall and Neptune Fountain, we came on a cruise ship and they dock centre of town, lots of people were taking photos here, we were warned to beware of pickpockets. Lots of interesting alleyways in Naples but take care as they are narrow and steep and people on scooter's and bikes give way to no one.
History and Art: Via Portici is a historical street that ranks among one of the most interesting streets in all of Rome. It houses a great number of buildings, small restaurants and plenty of shops, but the best part is the Casa Depero which is a very unique art museum.
Great Experience : Fast, easy. Splendid view. The cheapest way to use it is to have a transport card "südtirol pass", which is valid for almost every public means of transport in south tyrol. If you are in Italy, then this is a must visit for you.
Ritten is a comune in South Tyrol in northern Italy.
Beautiful architecture and Steeped in History: The church is a beautiful presentation of the Roman and Gothic style of architecture. The roof of the church with its multi-colored tiles looks fascinating. The 17th-century Baroque style altar is particularly magnificent. The paintings inside the church also draw attention. Highly recommended.
Highly Recommended : A must see. An amazing place. Please ensure to read every writing. It is unbelievable to imagine the amount of research that could go behind a human body discovered. Kudos to the way it has been maintained. A great place indeed.
South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology is a specialist archaeological museum in the city of Bolzano, th…
Unforgettable : The buildings are a bit pedestrian but if you're interested in seeing an architectural style that is nearly unique in Italy, good place to visit. This part of Italy is much more influenced by the Austrian and the Germanic. Love to walk throughout the town seeing this part of Italy.