Available to visitors:

  • On location: signs and explanations showing types of fortification and the history of the period
  • On the web: website with itineraries for walks and routes and necessary information for each visit;
  • At headquarters : maps and leaflets
  • By booking: excursions, workshops and activities run by experts for tourists, sports enthusiasts and schools.


In the future the Park plans to develop a “Centre of Records of the Gothic Line – Badia Tedalda Memorial Archive” – which will be primarily characterised as a multimedia space, in order to present to the public:

a) History, events, places and individuals concerning the Resistance in the province and along the Gothic Line;
b) results of the work involved in recovering and recording memories relating to the territory; oral testimony and iconographics for reconstructing “little pieces of everyday life” of the generations of the twentieth century.