Sunday, June 5 at 9.30 am in Monterosso, starts the natural-literary journey in the places of the heart of the poet Eugenio Montale starts.
Touring the Liguria region that inspired the most beautiful poems by Eugenio Montale through contemplative and naturalistic itineraries: the Literary Park Eugenio Montale and the Cinque Terre is part of the Dante Alighieri Society, and allows you to seize an opportunity to immerse yourself in the most authentic heart of this eastern edge of Liguria, in those hills that throw themselves straight into the sea or the “Cian” – plans – supported by dry stone walls, pictures that have made this rugged stretch of coast famous around the world.
The itinerary of Sunday starts from Piazzale Belvedere on the sea to the church of St. Francesco to talk about landscape, nature, history and culture in the places where supposedly were written Montale’s “Cuttlefish Bones.” The duration is about two hours and faces the classic themes of Montalian literature and local nature. Carlo Torricelli, hiking and nature guide and Cristina Currarini, literate, cover the task of conducting the participants step by step through these suggestions and history of the village with purely local anecdotes and curiosities.
Duration: 2 hours
Difficulty: tourist but with uphill and down cobbled, they recommend suitable footwear
Meeting place: in front of Point Info Point Park, 1st track of Monterosso Train Station
Participation is free, by reservation, max 25 people, only for holders of service cards Cinque Terre Card.
Info and reservations: tel 3398340911 firstname.lastname@example.org
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