On Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 July at the Revine Lago Park a weekend dedicated to archaeology and nature with a hike in the Treviso and Belluno Pre-Alps
A long weekend is coming up at the Livelet Archaeological and Didactic Park in Revine Lago, which this week will extraordinarily open its doors to the public on Saturday as well, for an original archaeological evening with didactic workshops, entertainment for children, and fairy tales under the stars. And the fun continues on Sunday 16 July, with the possibility of participating in an excursion to the Treviso and Belluno Pre-Alps.
Saturday at Livelet opens at 4 p.m. with guided excursions to the pile-dwelling village scheduled until 6 p.m., while at 5 p.m. there will be the “Apprentice Archaeologist” workshop, to learn the secrets of the trade through a simulated excavation. At 7 p.m., the cooperative village game will start, to put oneself in the shoes of a prehistoric inhabitant. In the evening, after a picnic dinner by the lake, an evocative bedtime story around the hearth will delight children and their families on a journey through time and imagination.
Nature will be the undisputed protagonist on Sunday. From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. it will be possible to take part, with prior booking, in the excursion ‘In volo sui Laghi’ (In flight over the lakes) guided by NaturalMente. A small daily escape in the Treviso and Belluno Pre-Alps, sheltered from the summer heat. An itinerary between earth and sky, between history and legends, on the border of two valleys, to observe from above the panorama of the lakes as far as the lagoon. During the walk, visitors will get to know the fauna and flora at altitude, discovering their curiosities and survival strategies.
At 10 a.m., the Livelet Park will open its doors to the public and throughout the day it will be possible to visit the pile dwellings and discover life on the shores of the Lago di Lago between 6000 and 3500 years ago. From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., the workshop ‘The Village Bread’ will be organised, during which people will try to grind cereals with stone millstones to produce flour and, while discussing food preservation and cooking, a raw clay container will also be made.
Reservations for the guided tours and workshops can be made directly at the cash desk upon arrival, while for Saturday’s activities, to join the excursion and to reserve the picnic tables and barbecue stations available for visitors, it is necessary to write in advance to email@example.com or call 0438 21230.