In Lusérn it seems that someone managed to stop the clock. Nowadays, like in the past, the inhabitant speak an old German language called Cimbro among each other and the women practice the ancient art of bobbin lace called Tombolo. They have been able to jealously pass down these traditions from generation to generation.
Autumn season is the perfect time of year to discover this genuineness.
You have plenty of options to choose from to explore:
the Haus von Prükk, a typical nineteenth-century peasant dwelling; the path of the imaginary Sentiero dell'Immaginario with its characters made from fir trunks like Frau Pertenga and Tusele Marusele; the
Centro di Documentazione where Fiorenzo will welcome you telling about the history of this place and of its simple folk.