Family Hotel Primavera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Family Hotel Primavera Levico Terme
Travel Blogs from Levico Terme
... a number of ski lifts. After seeing nobody walking up the mountain, I was surprised to see lots of people at the top. Then I spotted parked cars. I had a bit of a rant about the people we passed along the lines of "I bet they haven’t just climbed up 1200 metres to get to the top!" I felt very aggrieved. It started raining as we got to the top so we headed slightly downhill to shelter under a ski lift but when we got there, the local flock of sheep had clearly had ...
... on the road is German and they dominate the campsite. Even the menus in the restaurants feature wurst and
We ate out tonight. Just after we had sat down, a big group of Italian women arrived (at least 25 to 30) and took their seats. The next thing, one of them stood up and started singing a beautiful refrain as a couple and their baby walked in. It was clearly a celebration for the new baby. Later that evening and once we were back in the ...
... it was something I'll never, ever forget! Thanx Mumsie! All that standing outside shops waiting, was worth it!
I had about 7 minutes to race around the amazing museum before the coach took us back to Riva Del Garda. I was pretty ****** off that we only got an hour there - I was quite happy to miss the museum to get my drive in - but it would have been nice to able to spend a few hours in this famous place! Pretty obviously Trafalgar don't cater for rev head ex-farmers!
... vineyards surrounding it!
Later when we returned to Riva Del Garda we dined at a restaurant overlooking the little harbour by our hotel, enjoying the very relaxed atmosphere of the town, and also thoroughly enjoying being able to enjoy bowls of amazing homemade pasta, washed down with local wine for about $20 each! The food and drink here is way cheaper than we expected, I guess we are lucky that it is not high season yet!
... stare at us when we walk in. Clumsily we go to our table and try and be invisible. There is a table opposite to us that smile and to our surprise speak English, well Irish that we can just understand, so now we have best friends. Max and Stephan (early 60's) explain to us the history of the hotel and region. Max is here to write a book and hopes tomorrow to to read some notes from the vault, not sure what about we couldn't ...