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Grotta Remeron, Comerio

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Grotta Remeron is located in Comerio. Plan to visit Grotta Remeron and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Comerio attractions using our Comerio itinerary planner.
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  • Parts from Comerio by Jeep or go walk up to the entrance. Then it goes on to a sloping trail until you come to a large cave. It sometimes happens that organize choirs or music and everything becomes a fairy tale. Recommended for children over 6 years. Some posters show a small lake with a boat, but unfortunately this is only intended for experienced cavers who must pass through a narrow tunnel to get there.
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  • If you're looking for excitement, I suggest you go and visit this cave in the Park of Campo dei Fiori: as soon as you open the gate at the entrance you seem to get into a black hole and dark that takes you down into the depths of the Earth. Is an emotion almost white-knuckle and incredible curiosity to know where you end up. The guide who drove us was definitely excellent, talented in the explanations referring to the inside of the cave is about both the surrounding forest. Exciting! Seeing is believing
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  • A really nice way to spend a Sunday in the family but not if you have small children. The guides are great but you have to consider that the path is challenging unless you are trained and the cave is dark, cold, and very steep. By mom, the Council then only to families with children over 6 years old, able to walk independently on uphill trails with rocks and stones that move. If not, get ready to face the trail (more than 2 km uphill) carrying your child in her arms. Consider also that it is not pleasant for anyone visiting a cave with the accompaniment of shrieks and cries of terrified children who probably will remember this experience as a trauma. Have the patience that children have the right age to be able to face the dark, enclosed spaces, cold like an adventure. Older children are totally loved it and will remember this tour as a great adventure. The small ones don't. So if you really want to bring children under 3 years, you can do like some moms who, wisely and painstakingly, they bring children into your backpack until the entrance of the cave, waiting outside the largest that instead they had a great time. Advice to all: hiking boots and fleece for the cave.
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