4 Viewpoints in Italy that you should visit - With photos & details

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4 Viewpoints to explore in Italy

Located in Southern Europe consisting of a peninsula delimited by the Alps and surrounded by several islands.

GrivolaGrivola, 11012 Cogne, Aosta Valley, Italy

The Grivola is a mountain of the Gran Paradiso massif, in Graian, high 3,969 m above sea level. It is located along the divide between Valsavarenche and Val di Cogne in Valle d'Aosta between the villages of Cogne, Valsavarenche, and Aymavilles. It is the third-highest in the Gran Paradiso massif. A nice trekking destination and also this peak offers the best panoramic views of this area.

Monte BaldoMonte Baldo, 37018 Malcesine, VR, Italy

Mount Baldo is a mountain range of the Garda Mountains of a height maximum equal to 2218 m. It consists of a ridge parallel to Lake Garda that stretches for 40 km, between the lake to the west and Vallagarina to the east. The ridge is reachable through a cable car from the nearby town of Malcesine, on the shore of Lake Garda. One of the nice trekking destination and also a good view point too.

Monte GrappaMonte Grappa, 31017 Pieve del Grappa, Province of Treviso, Italy

Monte Grappa is a mountain of the Venetian Prealps in Veneto, Italy.  It has a lot of history to say.  MONTE GRAPPA with its 1,775 meters is the highest peak of the group surrounding it, making up a part of the Veneto Prealp region, isolated between the rivers Brenta and Piave. It also includes many other peaks such as Col Moschin, Colle della Berretta, Monte Asolone and so more. One of the good trekking destination and also a nice view point.

Monti dell' UccellinaMonti dell' Uccellina, 58100 Grosseto, Province of Grosseto, Italy

The Monti dell'Uccellina constitute a hilly group along the coastal strip of the Grosseto Maremma that divides the Ombrone plain to the north from the Albenga river plain to the south, in the territories of the municipalities of Grosseto, Magliano in Toscana and Orbetello.  The whole area of ​​the Uccellina Mountains is included within the Maremma Natural Park; the coast is high and rocky, except for the suggestive Cala di Forno which opens to the mistral winds.