Bleggio Superiore is a town in the province of Trento, characterised by a strong rural aspect and the local traditions of its inhabitants. It is said, for example, that some witches lived in the hamlet of Balbido: they were guilty of the frequent natural disasters that befell the area and, for this reason, 4 iron crosses were put in the valley and one of these is still visible.
Another interesting detail of the hamlet of Balbido are the murals depicting the exterior walls of the houses.
The hamlet of Rango is really picturesque and charming, with its courtyards, porches, fountains and its rustic architecture.
- the Church of the Saints Dionisio, Rustico and Eleuterio, wonderful and rare example of Renaissance style church in Trentino;
- the Church of the Holy Cross, seat of the ancient parish of Bleggio, preserves the Holy Cross, to which miraculous powers were attributed. Although its Renaissance style aspect, it has very ancient origins, as a stone VIII century parapet evidences. The Romanesque style crypt is impressive too.
- the Judicaria Eco-museum, which extends itself from the Brenta Dolomites, in the Adamello Brenta Natural Park, to the Varone fall, not too far from the Lake of Garda.