Top 10 Things to do in Province of Isernia, Italy

February 28, 2018 Ying Subia

The province of Isernia (Italian: provincia di Isernia) is a province in the region of Molise in Italy. The provincial capital is the city Isernia and the president of the province is Luigi Brasiello. The province of Isernia has an area of 1,535.24 square kilometres (592.76 sq mi) and a population of 86,405 inhabitants as of 2016. It contains 52 comunes (Italian: comuni) in the province, listed at comunes of the Province of Isernia.
Restaurants in Province of Isernia

1. Museo Internazionale delle Guerre Mondiali

Via Roma 61-67, 86070 Rocchetta Nuova, Rocchetta Al Volturno, Italy +39 338 831 3677
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5 based on 140 reviews

Museo Internazionale delle Guerre Mondiali

Reviewed By Supersap - Brussels, Belgium

Very interesting place, with precious documents, in a nice building and with a guided tours included in the tickets.
Not only for war or history interested people.
Very pedagogic and preciuos place, runned by the two founders: Tony and Filippo that with passion will show you everything.
Not to miss!
MEGA LIKE!

2. Pontificia Fonderia di Campane Marinelli

Via Felice d'Onofrio 14, 86081 Agnone, Italy +39 0865 78235
Excellent
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4.5 based on 309 reviews

Pontificia Fonderia di Campane Marinelli

Si Tratta Di Una Fonderia Dove Si Producono Le Campane

Reviewed By Cherstyle - Los Angeles, California

Really enjoyed this place and the history of the bells . This town is responsible for most of the bells in Italy . Amazing and beautiful .

3. Pietrabbondante - Il Santuario

Località Calcatello, 86085 Pietrabbondante, Italy +39 389 219 1032
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4.5 based on 136 reviews

Pietrabbondante - Il Santuario

Reviewed By tourdelmundo - Ottawa, Canada

One of the things that makes this site special is the location - a spectacular view looking down into the valley below.
The highlight - as the name suggests - is the Amphitheater. The Samnites had a long history of contacts with both Greeks and Romans and the theatre has been described as combining the best of both worlds.
Before visiting, take the time to learn more about Samnites and Pietrabbondente. (There are some informative plaques and a guided tour available in Italian on site, as well, but no museum or interpretive centre.) The Samnites had a complex history with Rome and sometimes successfully defied it, to the point that they were finally subjected to an ethnic cleansing campaign.
One last piece of advice: bring a good windbreaker if visiting anytime other than summer! The location is beautiful but the wind can also be fierce.

4. Santuario dell'Addolorata di Castelpetroso

Via Santuario, 86090 Castelpetroso, Italy +39 0865 936110
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4.5 based on 340 reviews

Santuario dell'Addolorata di Castelpetroso

Reviewed By Rosanna F - Boston, Massachusetts

A most beautiful Cathedral set in the side of a mountain. A very spiritual and empowering sanctuary where visitors may enjoy both the tranquility church and admire the strength of its spirit.

5. Riserva di Montedimezzo

Strada Provinciale Carovillense, Vastogirardi, Italy
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4.5 based on 96 reviews

Riserva di Montedimezzo

La riserva, patrimonio dell'umanità (MAB), si trova nei comuni di Vastogirardi e San Pietro Avellana.

Reviewed By Jean-Luc65Italy - Lazio, Italy

Bellissima riserva in una delle zone più suggestive del Molise, accoglie animali feriti o nati in cattività in attesa di essere reinseriti nel proprio habitat naturale. I forestali qui fanno i salti mortali vista l' endemica scarsità di fondi a disposizione. Ideale per immergersi nella natura per escursioni su sentieri ben tracciati o anche per un picnic nell'area dedicata. Consigliatissima.

6. Fontana Fraterna

Piazza Celestino V, 86170 Isernia, Italy
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4.5 based on 105 reviews

Fontana Fraterna

Reviewed By jeffreyshapiro - Belgrade, Montana

This Fountain was moved here as the story goes.
There are several sections to out. Crypt stones are used as part of the construction taken from Roman times of ruin. When people stole graves and reused the stones to build other things like this.
The location of this Fountain is in the "Town Square" which people actually used to live in before in had been bombed. There were also shops and market areas here too.
This Fountain still holds water and people still use it.

7. Castello Pandone Venafro

Via Tre Cappelle, 86079 Venafro, Italy +39 0865 904698
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4.5 based on 76 reviews

Castello Pandone Venafro

Reviewed By Michael A - Nassau, New Providence Island

Since I was the only tourist there, I have a private tour of Castello Pandone Venafro. It's well worth the visit if you're in Venafro. However, since every medieval Italian town has a castle. I wouldn't go out of my way to see it.

8. Cipresseta di Fontegreca

Via Madonna dei Cipressi | Ai piedi dei monti del Matese, versante nord-occidentale, 81014 Fontegreca, Italy +39 339 139 1245
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4.5 based on 62 reviews

Cipresseta di Fontegreca

Reviewed By Giovannigioko - vairano scalo

La cipresseta è un oasi di pace, ci si immerge completamente nella natura, e si può sostare lungo i corsi d'acqua su tavoli in legno ben disposti.
Consigliato

9. Lago di Castel San Vincenzo

Viale Mainarde | Sbagliata La Città È Situato A Castel San Vincenzo, Cerro Al Volturno, Italy +39 338 173 0892
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4 based on 87 reviews

Lago di Castel San Vincenzo

Reviewed By Cherstyle - Los Angeles, California

I saw a picture of this lake and the color of the water looked fake . I had to see it for my self . We packed a lunch and headed up there . Beautiful drive btw . This region is just amazing untouched . I just love it . It did not disappoint . We enjoyed our picnic by this absolutely breathtaking lake . And yes !! The water is that color :) . Only thing is I don't think it's for swimming .

10. Giardino della Flora Appenninica

Via Prato Gentile, Capracotta, Italy +39 349 610 7487
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4.5 based on 54 reviews

Giardino della Flora Appenninica

Reviewed By Paoletto69 - Rome, Italy

Un oasi di pace e relax, bellissimo sia innevato sia in estate. Ci ritornerò, consigliatissimo.......

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