Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the current coronavirus situation in Ticino.
The entertainment venues (cinemas, theatres, museums, youth centres, sports centres, fitness centres, swimming pools, wellness centres, ski lifts, boat tours, public parks, playgrounds, dog parks, discos, piano bars, night clubs) will remain closed until further notice, as established by the decree of 11 March 2020.
Events, exhibitions, shows and entertainment activities will therefore be subject to postponement and cancellation.
The astounding view stretches all the way to embrace the Grigioni and Bernese Alps, the mountain peaks of Valais and the Po Plain up to Milan.
Mount Lema constitutes an important natural oasis, from which numerous and fascinating hikes start out; these follow the mountain crest and wind around mountain ridges through a breathtaking scenario. Mount Lema offers you a close up view of mountain life: it’s possible to meet up with Scottish cows, discover ancient iron mines, taste fresh milk from the pastures, walk across broad pasturelands and take in the suggestive atmosphere of the characteristic villages of Malcatone.
Thanks to its climate, and its natural environment, Mount Lema is the ideal starting base to experience the magic of paragliding and riding your mountain bike on uncontaminated routes, letting yourself go in free down hills.
The astronomical observatory gives visitors the chance to see start “up close” thanks to its telescope with a diameter of 410 mm. The software enables the automatic tracking of the celestial objects, making it fun and easy to find stars and constellations.
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A journey of discovery in lower Malcantone. On the M. Faeta and down towards Astano on a forest road. It's well worth taking a break in the picturesque village centre and at the lake of the same name. Sections along roads in varied landscape to P. Cremenage. After P. Tresa alongside the River Tresa.