Masio and surroundings. Events and places to visit. Create your itinerary
Are you planning to come to Masio and are you looking for ideas for a day trip, or for new experiences to live during your holiday in Italy? Here's what we can tell you about events, itineraries, places of interest and attractions to visit around Masio.
Whether there is the sun and the desire to be outdoors, or if the weather suggests you choose an indoor experience, search among the reports of events and food and wine festivals, but also of historic villages, cultural attractions and exhibitions of art.
So let's see if any event is scheduled today or in the next few days in Masio, a village festival or an artistic event, and if we can tell you about places to visit in Masio or in its surroundings, which can be reached in car within 20, 50 or 100 km.
Giorni di festa a Masio
A Masio si festeggia Santa Maria Maddalena. La festa patronale è nel mese di July. La prossima festa del patrono a Masio sarà il giorno 22 July 2022.
Events, festivals and places
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Exhibitions and Festivals within 120km
November 03, 2021 - October 02, 2022
GAM - Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Torino has renewed the installation of its permanent contemporary art collection with a new itinerary that presents... Read more
May 12, 2022 - June 12, 2022
Triennale Milano and Memphis Milano present Memphis Again, an exhibition directed and curated by Christoph Radl, to be held in Curva gallery at Triennale from May 18 to June... Read more
May 26, 2022 - July 29, 2022
Amarillo casi rojo, casi azul (Yellow almost red, almost blue) is the first solo show at LOOM gallery by Mexican artist Francisco Ugarte (Guadalajara, 1973). Francisco Ugarte’s... Read more