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Sagra della Varola, Melfi
(3.1/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • great distributed throughout the historic Center Festival in addition to chestnuts so much good stuff to prove experience in motion by redo definitely
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  • Finally, I've been this year with my family and we were really impressed. Congratulations for your organization, COUNTRY feast, we repirato area of PARTY-tradition-and peace ... Everything remains well guarded in the heart ... THANKS MELFI .... N.b. priced accordingly, not found them excessive. As for the route to follow was enough to bring a map, where it was marked everything from dining to the stands, to various activities ... As regards the receipts, to us it was scontrinato everything ... and then if you close your eyes with the Barber or hairdresser, your country, because you don't have to do that in a day of celebration. The FESTIVALS is right that BRINGS chaos .... ... DISORDER. BUT TRY TO THINK ONLY ABOUT THE EMOTIONS OF THE HEART ... ....
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  • I was born and raised for several years in Melfi, then for work I moved, I know very well the products of these lands. This year on the occasion of a visit to my elderly parents are found to be present at this event. You say: I don't particularly like the festivals and the confusion, but I still enjoyed the atmosphere and the products that you could taste (a bit too expensive to say the least). Chestnuts or rather the "Brown of Melfi" it tastes unique and different (for me much better) than other popular maybe chestnuts. Of course there was no shortage of parking spaces for cars and many other logistical problems. However, keep in mind that the old town of Melfi is an old one with a purely medieval, therefore, taking into account the considerable number of visitors is not easy to organize a similar event in a perfect way. Therefore I do not understand very well the harsh criticism expressed by some other reviewer. In the few times that I found myself in other festivals, I always found enough chaos (is inevitable!!)
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