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Bussana Vecchia and Valloria Tour: One day in the Art

6 hours
42 € / person
Available languages: English , French , Italian
Discover Liguria from an unusual point of view, visiting two villages of art where time!! seems to be stopped!!

We will begin by visiting Bussana the Old one, embedded between hills and olive trees, destroyed by earthquake in 1887 and reborn to a new life thanks to a community of artists, who enchanted by the magic of the place , they transformed the dilapidated old houses in a suggestive of art studios.

Then we'll visit Valloria, known as the Land of Painted Doors, a small medieval village where the wooden doors of housing, barns and cellars are decorated like paintings with landscapes, starry skies and olive trees.
It seems to be in an exhibition open sky, in an atmosphere of great creativity !!

... And you, behind which painted door would you like to live?

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6 hours
Recommended for kids.
Meeting Point (see map)
Piazza Don Orione, 18038 Sanremo IM, Italia
Meeting point at railway station
This activity is private!
2-7 People
Wheelchair unfriendly.
This experience is weather dependent ()
Where it takes place
Sanremo (Imperia, Liguria)
Included services
Included: Transport by private minivan with tour leader on board; Visit to the old art medieval villages (Bussana Vecchia and Valloria). Not included: meals are not included
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