Hotel-Kurhaus Casa Sant'Agnese

Address: Via Aldo Balli 1, Locarno, Lake Maggiore, Ticino, Swiss Alps, 6600, Switzerland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Aldo Balli 1, Locarno, is near Centovalli Railway, Casino di Locarno, and Lago Maggiore.
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      Travel Blogs from Locarno

      The Spirit of Locarno

      A travel blog entry by ejm56 on Jun 12, 2014

      8 photos

      ... upon the disciples. They are in the tradition of Nativity scenes, but for other events in the Christian calendar. The wooden statues were beautifully carved and vividly realistic. Fortunately, none were for sale.

      We took the steps back down the hill. A risky decision given the strength-sapping heat, but we went slowly, taking advantage of the occasional shade. We stopped several times to admire more liturgical scenes, which were enclosed in sturdy stone alcoves ...

      Castles in the sky...

      A travel blog entry by ceseal on Jun 01, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... San Bernadino routes. The three massive and linked fortified castles clearly indicate the importance of the city over the ages. These castles- Castelgrande (which we visited today), Montebello and Sasso Corbaro, have been named UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They were built by the dukes of Milan who ruled northern Italy and its surrounding area for centuries. In the 15th century, the Swiss Federation began a southern expansion and captured many of ...

      1690. High up the Valley

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 21, 2013

      22 photos

      ... sunlight doesn't last for very long in this gorge. I go around a bend and there's a surprising sight: a completely abandoned village. All the houses are in ruins--only the little chapel is still standing, with some flowers in the window, perhaps still visited by the former inhabitants of the village. What happened? Well, the road runs on the other side of the gorge. The only way across is by a suspension bridge. It still doesn't seem like ...

      1689. Many Wrong Turns

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 21, 2013

      40 photos

      Day 274 6 hrs, 13 kms According to Google Maps, it's not possible to create a walking map up across Splugenpass. I'm hoping that that's only because when Google Maps comes across a tunnel, they automatically assume that pedestrians aren't allowed through it. Hoping... But doing a little research I found that there's supposed to be a hiking trail up towards the pass. That would be perfect... if I can find it! I follow a rather pedestrian ...

      1688. Gateway to the Upper Alps

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 21, 2013

      30 photos

      ... winding pedestrian streets full of people, pausing to treat myself to a delicious pastry. It feels like I've reached the final frontier trading post before launching out into the wild. My favorite spot is the rushing river cutting right through the middle of town, with houses perched atop the giant boulders along its banks, with a statue of a saint giving his blessing to those who pass. I try to figure out the best way to take my video clip ...