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Statue of San Carlone, Arona
Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
Built in the 1600s, Statue of San Carlone is a bronze statue of San Carlo Borromeo, the archbishop of Milan from 1564 to 1584. This figure overlooks Lake Maggiore, and you can ascend stairs inside the statue to the top, where there are windows through the eyes and ears. Nearby, you can also view a small exhibit honoring Borromeo’s life. Work out when and for how long to visit Statue of San Carlone and other Arona attractions using our handy Arona itinerary builder.
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la visita alla statua di San Carlo Borromeo è una tappa obbligata del tour di arona, raggiungibile in macchina, con il trenino turistico o a piedi dal centro di arona. Se non soffrite di vertigini e n... read more »a visit to the statue of Saint Charles Borromeo is a must on the tour of arona, reachable by car, train or on foot from the Centre of arona. If you suffer from Vertigo and not a day too hot you can engage yourself in climb inside the statue with views from the top.show original
Abbiamo visitato la statua di "San Carlone" ad Arona a fine settembre 2016. Siamo stati fortunati, visto che il tempo era splendido. Si possono prendere due tipi di biglietti: col primo, 3 euro a test... read more »We visited the statue of San Carlone "in Arona in late September 2016. We were lucky because the weather was brilliant. You can take two types of tickets: first, 3 euros each, you can climb (60 steps) on the terrace "at the foot" of the statue, in which a pair of binoculars (useless?) for a fee. Paying the full ticket, 5 euros per person (children included), you can instead go up (85 steps) inside the statue up to the head: here, through the slits found at level of eyes, ears and nostrils of the statue, you can djan a breathtaking! But be careful: a sudden inside of the statue is literally vertical and overhanging (6/7 metres), so be careful if you bring children from the minimum allowable age (6 years). No queues, you visit a half-hour low; as a result, the price seems a little high, especially for small children. That said, it's definitely vista.show original
Andateci perché oltre a visitare un monumento unico simile alla statua della Libertà con la quale condivide alcune cosucce (leggetevi la storia della sua costruzione) è immerso in un luogo dal bel pan... read more »Go for it because in addition to visiting a unique monument similar to the statue of liberty with which it shares some things (read the history of its construction) is located in a place with beautiful scenery is very close to the beauties of Lake maggiore. Culture good food fun. Let us visit with the kids!!!show original
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