Rablà, part of the municipality of Parcines, was constructed on a debris cone and attracts a large number of passionate modelers.
Rablà, part of the village of Parcines, is located at 525 m asl. About 2,000 years ago the famous “Via Claudia Augusta” passed at the village, today this area is mainly agriculture-oriented, tourism has also an important role to play.
A little walk in the village leads you across narrow alleys and historical buildings. Particularly worth seeing is the S. Giacomo church of the 16th century. The little tower was added to the church in 1928. Next to the Hanswirt you can admire a replication of a Roman milestone, which was washed ashore by the Zielbach river. What you also don’t have to miss is a visit of the train world of Rablà, the largest digitalized model trail exhibition of Italy. Boasting a considerable number of 20,000 models, it is the largest collection of Europe.
Rablà is also ideal for doing sports: about 200 km of well-marked hiking trails stretch through the Gruppo di Tessa nature park and provides the possibility for great cycling tours. A miniature golf facility and tennis courts complete the offer.