Druogno is located on the edge of the plateau of Santa Maria Maggiore. The extensive municipality has inhabited hamlets, mills, small chapels and paintings.
At the entrance to the village is a bronze statue of an alpine shepherdess carrying a pannier on her shoulder accompanied by a goat, which pays homage to rural life.
In the church of San Silvestro, alongside the wall paintings by local artists, you can admire a picture by Gustavo Maes, which was purchased by a few emigrants in Antwerp.
The mountain municipality is also home to the Museo UniversiCà.
The Rasa spring and the churches of Terra Vecchia and Palagnedra.
Travel freely for one or two days between Domodossola and Re at a super low price!
Children can learn on roads and at junctions and roundabouts with road signs and road markings
One of the most popular markets in Italy with over 200 exhibitors and many activities and side events.
Fragrances, music and light effects immerse the heart of Locarno in a warm Christmas atmosphere.