A gem of industrial hydroengineering, Panperduto represents an area of great interest to make visitors aware of cultural, historical, agricultural and environmental heritage.
Located on the banks of the Ticino river, at Somma Lombardo along the European E1 trail and a few kilometres away from the Lago Maggiore and Milan, Panperduto is a place rich of history and culture. The old residence of the dam workers has been authentically restructured and today welcomes tourists following the cycleways, footpaths and points of interest along the water courses. There is accommodation available with the opportunity to take guided tours of the whole complex, from the river confluence to the museum of the Italo-Swiss watercourses including a garden of interactive water games, to the migratory passage for fish and the beautiful trails immersed in the Ticino nature reserve.
ADDRESS: Via Lungo Canale Villoresi, 4 - Somma Lombardo
OPENING HOURS: guided tours every Sunday of may at 3.30 pm and from june every Sunday and holidays, at 5.00 pm
TICKETS: € 6 (free entry for kids under 10 yo)
Dog of all sizes allowed in leasch in every area of the museum in compliance with the hygiene and public safety rules*
*Information by the Cite. For any other question please check the guidelines from the Cite
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