The rock art in Valcamonica has been the first Italian site recognized by UNESCO in 1979. Over the years, archaeological research has brought to light an extraordinary variety of symbols, images and scenes of daily life that tell the story of over 10.000 years of human civilization on the rocks.
In the Valley of Signs, as the Camonica Valley is called today, the various archaeological parks that make up the UNESCO site are set in natural and scenic landscapes of great value and uniqueness: in addition to the kingdom of rock art, you're also in a Biosphere Reserve, also recognized by UNESCO.
In Val Camonica, among parks, museums and cultural sites, you will find the ideal place to rediscover your cultural roots, to learn more about human history, and to immerse yourself in the sensory experience of direct contact with nature.
The pass for the archaeological rock art parks of the Valle Camonica allows you to visit, until December 31, 2021, the following sites:
- MuPre-National Museum of Prehistory of Valle Camonica in Capo di Ponte
- Naquane National Park of Rock Engravings in Capo di Ponte
- Cemmo National Archaeological Park in Capo di Ponte
- Seradina-Bedolina Archaeological Park in Capo di Ponte
- Rock Art Nature Reserve of Ceto, Cimbergo and Paspardo and Museum
- Luine Municipal Park in Darfo Boario Terme