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The Dolomites (Dolomiti) or the Dolomite Alps is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy.
Travelers all around the world arrive to this northeastern area aiming to enjoy absolutely stunning landscapes and crystal clean air, to feel the charming atmosphere of old alpine villages or to spend a perfect winter vacation on excellent ski resorts.
Natural Beauties and Lakes
Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park
The Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park is among the 23 national parks in Italy and the only park in the Dolomite Alps. It is located in the province of Belluno, between the Cismon river and the Piave river. The park was established in 1988, before the Dolomites were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It includes a few mountain groups: Pale di San Martino, San Lucano, Dolomiti Bellunesi (mountain groups above Belluno and Vette Feltrine (mountain groups above Feltre). Each of them includes lots of separate magnificent peaks. You can experience climbing the Monte Pavione (2334 m), the highest peak of the Park.
Lake Landro, also called Dürrensee, is known for its location right near the road and free parking spaces right next to the lake. It’s an amazing short-stay destination where you will enjoy a breathtaking view of the mountains reflected in the crystal clear water. The nearest settlement Dobbiaco is located 9 km away from the lake and there are buses running between the two points. The Lake is halfway between Dobbiaco and Lake Misurina.
Tre Cime di Lavaredo
The three peaks, from east to west, are: Little Peak (Cima Piccola, 2857 m), Big Peak (Cima Grande, 2999 m) and Western Peak (Cima Ovest, 2973 m). This is probably the best-known destination in the Dolomite Alps. The three battlement-like peaks look pretty spectacular even from the highway. However, if you want to admire the stunning beauty of the landscape you will need to use the loop trail around the peaks.
Lake Misurina is known for snowy peaks and a hotel standing right on the shores of the lake. Near the lake there are a few hotels. The lake is located 1,754 m above sea level and thanks to the particular climatic characteristics the area is considered to be suitable for those suffering from respiratory diseases. Lake Misurina is also known as the place where the speed skating events were held during the 1956 Winter Olympic Games, and it was the last time Olympic speed skating events were held on natural ice.
Ortisei: Zona Pedonale
It’s a lovely picturesque pedestrian area where we enjoyed the magical atmosphere during our Christmas holidays. Plenty of beautifully decorated shops, hotels, cafés and restaurants, small and comfortable markets. The whole area is decorated with Christmas trees and lights. If you are not a skier, walking around the place would be a memorable experience. The street with its breathtaking views actually looks like a fairytale town.
Chiesa di San Giacomo
Chiesa di San Giacomo is an old lovely church located between Santa Cristina and Ortisei. Road signs are everywhere. Walking through the forest and admiring the views is pretty enjoyable! The paths are well-maintained even in winter. While visiting the place you can come across tourists of all nations and everybody is pretty friendly. In summer you can admire natural springs with crystal clear fresh water. There are benches along the path through the forest for those who need some rest. Besides while walking along the forest you can also admire colorful paintings by the children of the local Art School, which tell the story of San Giacomo.
If you are crazy about castles, Tyrol Castle located close to the Austrian border is a must-visit destination for you. It’s a landmark of the whole Tyrol region both Italian and Austrian. The Castle was constructed in a number of building phases, the first of which dates to 1100.
Geisler Alm is one of the most popular Instagram spots in the Dolomite Alps. Rifugio Delle Odle is a mountain hut with an excellent restaurant, located in the Puez-Geisler National Park in an alpine meadow surrounded by mountain peaks. To reach the place point to “Rifugio Delle Odle” in the navigator and you will reach the parking lot. Then follow the trail numbers towards the hut and in a 1.5-hour hike you will be there.
Cortina d'Ampezzo is located in the province of Veneto.
Cortina d'Ampezzo is considered one of the best and most fashionable not only in Italy, but also in Europe. In addition, it is included in the Dolomiti Superski zone, so from here you can get to other resorts of the Dolomites with the same ski pass, as well as make the famous "round the world" Sella Ronda.
The city of Cortina is very attractive for wealthy tourists, and often many prefer visiting exclusive restaurants and bars directly to skiing.
Ortisei is located at an altitude of 1236 m above sea level and with 5791 inhabitants is the capital of Val Gardena. Surrounded by majestic peaks, the village is located in the heart of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site.
The city of Bolzano is located in the northern part of Italy, on the border with Switzerland and Austria, in the region of Trentino - Alto Adige. Bolzano is the capital of South Tyrol.
The city and the province are inhabited by representatives of three main nationalities: German, Italian, Ladin. That is why Bolzano is often called the city of three cultures.
The city attracts travelers with magnificent mountain views and lakes, ski resorts, cheerful folk festivities and monuments of history and culture.
Bolzano is called the gateway to the Dolomites.
Merano is a city in the Italian province of Bolzano in the Trentino-Alto Adige region.
Merano is characterized by large parks and green paths, botanical gardens and numerous waterways. Permeated with a refined and welcoming atmosphere, the historic center captivates visitors with its medieval arcades and elegant Art Nouveau buildings.
Merano resembles a tropical park, carefully sheltered from the winds and cold by the Tessa mountain range.
Attractions For Kids
Tre Cime Adventure Park
The park offers five air routes, at varying altitudes, for adventurous visitors of all ages.
Toddlers (3-5 years old) can try their hand at the playground in absolute safety dedicated to them;
Children and adults can choose between 5 different routes up to the most difficult one, where you can test yourself on routes that reach up to 14 meters in height.
For everyone, the opportunity to get to the panoramic platform of the park at an altitude of 20 meters above sea level, from which you can admire Tre Cime di Lavaredo from the observation deck.
High-speed driving on tight turns, with little jumpy accelerations, on winding and straight sections of the track with underground paving creates similar adrenaline emotions as going down the winter sports ice trough during bobsleigh.
Bridge and circle structures make the entertainment impeccable. Families, the elderly with grandchildren, tourists and schoolchildren - everyone loves the thrill.
Book a test ride and you'll be thrilled too! The bridge and circle structures make the fun perfect. Families, the elderly with grandchildren, tourists and schoolchildren - everyone loves the thrill.
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A modern multifunctional arena with a focus on ice sports in the heart of Val Pusteria offers space for practicing various sports, such as ice hockey, figure skating, ice skating, curling and curling, as well as sledge hockey, short track or broomball. Intercable Arena is primarily a sports facility. Thanks to its versatility, it offers many uses and is therefore even more than a sports collaboration for athletes. Intercable Arena is a place of gathering, community and discussion for young and young people and a regular meeting place.
Many other smaller and larger events also take place here, as the multi-purpose arena in Brunico also offers the perfect venue for concerts, conferences, corporate events and more.
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The rock gym "Lino Lacedelli" offers the possibility of indoor climbing on more than 80 routes from 3b to 8b+ at a maximum height of 24 meters and up to 30 meters of development.
Indoor climbing lessons will allow you to get closer to the world of rock climbing and discover the unique sensations of rock climbing. An activity that is at its peak in the Dolomites of Cortina d'Ampezzo.
The classes are suitable for everyone, children and adults, and are a unique experience.
Museo Archeologico dell'Alto Adige
The museum has a permanent exhibition dedicated to Ötzi, the Iceman: a 5,300-year-old Copper Age mummy, with all his clothing and equipment.
Ötzi is a copper age mummy that has survived to this day thanks to extraordinary circumstances and which gradually reveals the true treasures of knowledge. He was discovered by accident by two climbers in 1991 on the Val Senales glacier, with all his clothing and equipment, and has been studied 360° ever since.
Museum Of The Great War
This Museum is the most important museum of the Great War in the Dolomites.
The museum houses more than 2,000 items of military materials.
It is located 2 km from the Falzarego Pass, 20 km from Cortina d'Ampezzo.
This museum wants to tell the story of soldiers not as fighters of one army or another, but as men. Adapting to the mountain and its natural inconveniences was the hardest and most exhausting of the fights. In these situations, genuine universal human values arose and, after the first bloody clashes, the absurdity of war as a tool for solving political problems.
The museum illustrates the tragic reality of war.
MMM Corones, situated on the summit plateau of Kronplatz (2,275 m), is dedicated to traditional mountaineering, which has strongly influenced – and has been strongly influenced by – Reinhold Messner. The museum is devoted to mountain history and also offers unique views of the great mountain walls of the Dolomites and the Alps. At the edge of the most magnificent viewing platform in South Tyrol, in the distinctive museum building created by Zaha Hadid, the view goes beyond the borders of South Tyrol to all points of the compass: from the Lienz Dolomites in the east to the Ortler in the west, from the Marmolada in the south to the Zillertal Alps in the north.
Museo delle Donne
The Merano Women's Museum is a lively cultural meeting point.
The Women's Museum was designed by women to make women's knowledge, experience and self-esteem visible.
The Merano Women's Museum aims to make women visible in all sectors of society. To this end, it explores and showcases the tangible and intangible assets of women, their history, their lives, their art and their culture.
The Women's Museum aims to promote women's performance as a foundational element of an already existing cultural heritage.
Take car for traveling around Dolomites
Traveling around Dolomites is best by car, as this will give you the opportunity to visit the most remote corners of the Mountains. You can also travel by public transport, but buses take much longer.
Cars are always available for rent.
You should definitely see Enrosadira, a unique light phenomenon during which the peaks of the Dolomites, bathed in the rays of the rising and setting sun, turn red. It can be seen throughout the year, but this natural spectacle becomes especially impressive in summer, when both sunrises and sunsets last longer.
If you are going to visit Tre Cime you have to go in the early morning because when parking is full the entrance to the road to Tre Cime is closed. The parking lot is large and in the early morning you will definitely find a good place.
Hiking in the mountains
There are quite a few Alpine refugios in the Dolomites where tourists can stay overnight during their hike. These are refugios – traditional huts that are located high in the mountains and are designed to accommodate climbers and tourists. There will not be all the amenities that are offered to guests in ordinary hotels, but they have one indisputable advantage – here you wake up in the heart of the Dolomites! Alpine refugios are usually open from June 20 to September 20, but these dates may change depending on weather conditions.
If you plan to spend the night in a mountain hut, take a sleeping bag or an insert for it with you, as in the objects managed by the Italian Mountaineering Club – CAI, their presence is mandatory!
It’s a good idea to always check the opening hours of the cable cars so you can get back before closing time.
Many amusement parks are closed when it rains.
On a rainy day you can go to SPA centers.
For example QC Terme Dolomiti.
In the wellness centers you will find relaxation rooms, mud baths, hydromassage baths and Roman baths.
Skiing is not only for professionals
For inexperienced skiers and for those who are afraid of heights, there are flat tracks on Val Gardena, Civetta, Kronplatz and Arabba. If you still want to slide down the mountain, then go to resorts with “green” and “blue” slopes, for example, on Val di Fiemme, Tre Valli – the slopes here are gentle and wide.
The slopes of Val Gardena are perfect for families with children. The resorts of the Val di Fassa boast moderate elevation changes, gentle slopes and a mild climate. There are also many safe trails for children in Val di Fiemme and Tre Valli.
Couple of 2 people
Family of 4 people
Vacation for a couple
Purpose - visiting the main attractions and entertainments
Winter ski vacation
Purpose - visiting the main attractions and ski resort
Aeroporto Valerio Catullo
The largest international airport in the northern part of Italy, located 5 km from Verona.
Verona Airport consists of two terminals: for departure and arrival, located next to each other.
The international airport Treviso is located 89 km from the Alps and is suitable for passengers who travel to the Dolomites. Treviso Airport is a more convenient alternative to Marco Polo Airport.for it is primarily served by low-cost carriers such as Ryanair.
Aeroporto di Milano-Malpensa
Malpensa Airport is the largest international airport in Milan. Malpensa Airport handles around 20 million passengers annually and that makes it the second busiest Italian airport for international passenger traffic
Venice Marco Polo Airport
The Marco Polo Airport known for amazing views of Venice city and the Venetian Lagoon is located 108 km from the Dolomites. It is the main international airport serving the whole northeastern region of Italy.
Hotel Al Sonnenhof
One of the best places I’ve ever stayed in during my skiing activities in Kronplatz. Excellent food, very friendly staff, cleanliness, lovely location
Arosea Life Balance Hotel
Everything was perfect. We stayed in the hotel for 9 days and never felt disappointed. The breakfast was pretty delicious and to all tastes. Dinner too was wonderful. The staff was very friendly and polite. When we were checking out we suffered from hiccups and the reception staff managed to solve the problem quickly and effectively. We appreciate that a lot. Massage therapists Martha and Deborah were great. The location too was amazing. We’ll definitely come back to Arosea again
ADLER Lodge RITTEN
New structure, well organized and with excellent service. You cannot but relax and enjoy a stunning panoramic view of the Dolomite Alps
Chalet SALENA luxury lodge
The hotel provides you everything for a wonderful and comfortable stay! Lovely views of the mountains, perfect relaxation, tasty breakfasts, tactful staff. We’ll definitely come back!
Landing at Treviso Airport
Check-in at the Hotel in Cortina d'Ampezzo
Lunch at the restaurant
Walk around the city
Aperitif in a mountain bar
SPA at the hotel with a mountain view
Breakfast at the hotel
Hiking to Lake Sorapis
Visit Castello di Andraz
Visit to the Olympic Ice Stadium
Hiking around Tre Cime
Visiting Lake Misurina
Visit to Lake Antorno
Visit to Lake Landro
Check-out from the hotel
Walk around Lake Braies
Drive to Santa Maddalena village, visiting Chiesa di Santa Maddalena and Church of Saint John
Drive to Ortisei and check-in at the hotel
Visiting the Alpe Di Siusi valley
Climbing Mount Seceda
Descent from the mountain to the town of Santa Cristina Valgardena
Walk in the city of Santa Cristina Valgardena
Return to Ortisei
Visit Lake Carezza
Visit Barbiano Waterfall
Walk in Parco Naturale Puez Odle
Spa at the hotel overlooking the mountains
Evening walk along Ortisei
Transfer to Treviso Airport
Arrival at the airport
Flight to New York
The waterfalls are located in the Adamello-Brenta Provincial Natural Park. The Nardis River flows from Presanella into the valley at an altitude of 921 meters, and the largest waterfall has a height of over 130 meters. During the winter months, the waterfalls freeze completely and become a place for ice climbing.
Santa Maddalena is located at the back of the valley at an altitude of 1.339 m. It has about 370 inhabitants. Here, at the foot of Rüfen, one of the symbols of the valley also rises, which is the Church of Santa Maddalena (1,394 m): according to legend, this is the place where the miraculous image of Santa Maddalena was washed away by the Fopal River. This church, apparently with the Odle Mountains in the background, is one of the most popular photo motifs in the Dolomites.
Not far from the Upper Via Pusteria Valley in South Tyrol, Lake Sorapis in the Belluno Dolomites awaits. With its piercing shade of blue, this stunning lake is surrounded by calciferous, rocky cliffs, making it a worthwhile destination in the Dolomites.
Alpe di Siusi
The Alpe di Siusi Valley (Seiser Alm) is a picturesque alpine valley surrounded by the main peaks of the Dolomites (Schlern, Sassolungo, Seceda…). This is one of the most beautiful mountain valleys.
There are many walking trails in the valley, equipped with benches, drinking fountains and restaurants.
Earth Pyramids of the Val Pusteria
A few hundred years ago, a landslide blocked the cart track between the Thalerhof farm and the hamlet of Sopranessano. In the course of time, the Plata Earth Pyramids grew out of the stones and the clay underneath, and today they can be reached in 45 minutes on a pleasant hiking trail. The natural monument is also interesting in winter, when snow covers the stones and forms another protective cap.
Anna Stuben 1 Stella Michelin
1-star Michelin restaurant in the town of Ortisei with creative cooking using local products.
Ristorante Tivoli Cortina
Michelin Star Gourmet Restaurant is located in Cortina d'Ampezzo.
Restaurant offers a large selection of food and wines to suit all tastes.
In Viaggio - Claudio Melis Restaurant
Michelin-starred restaurant in Bolzano run by chef Claudio Melis and his team. Creative menu.
La Smorfia Merano
In this restaurant you can taste high-level Mediterranean cuisine and authentic Neapolitan pizza, the restaurant also has a large selection of wines.
What is the best time of the year to travel to the Dolomites?
It is worth going to the Dolomites at any time of the year – there is always something to see and do.
If you are going to travel in the summer to the Dolomites then you should know the peak season is in July and August. Most mountain lodges and cafes are open between May and September. In the Dolomites they are called “rifugio”.
During this period, you can take less things and clothes, it is easier to travel by car, on foot or by bicycle.
In winter, the Dolomites are perfect for skiing. “Dolomiti Superski” combined 12 ski areas into a single ski pass, from Alpe Di Siusi to Three Peaks Dolomites. This is 1200 km of slopes, 450 ski lifts and 30 snow parks available with one ski pass.
What is the weather in the Dolomites?
The weather in the Dolomites in summer is relatively warm, with the most sunny days. True, when it is +25°С in the valley, it can be +10°С high in the mountains.
In winter, temperatures range from 1°C to -9°C.
How to get to the Dolomites?
The best option to get to the Dolomites is to fly to one of the nearest airports and rent a car there.
Distance from airports to the town of Cortina d’Ampezzo:
Treviso (IT) 2 hours; Venice (IT) 2 hours; Innsbruck (AT) 2 hours 30 minutes; Verona (IT) 3 hours 20 minutes; Bergamo (IT) 4 hours; Milan (IT) 4 hours 50 minutes.
What about public transport in the Dolomites?
There is a railway station only in the city of Bolzano, which you can reach by train, and from there you will need to use buses.
The largest network of routes in the Dolomites is Cortina Express. Tickets locally, between towns and different locations in the Dolomites – €6-€10.
However, public transport is not very convenient for traveling in the Dolomites.
You will have to spend a lot of time planning bus routes. In addition, not all places can be reached by public transport.
Do I need a car in the Dolomites?
The distances between attractions are quite large, and it is much more convenient to have a car for freedom and speed of movement.
The car will help you see popular sights at dawn, when there are fewer tourists and the light is suitable for photographs. And save time and energy for walks around lakes and mountains.
Where is the best place to stay in the Dolomites?
In the Dolomites there are no huge hotels with boundless territories and lots of entertainment. The most important thing here is nature and mountain landscapes.
The best option is small villages with typical alpine houses “Rifugio”. To search for accommodation other than the standard booking.com, search “Rifugio” on Google maps – you will see many options not available on booking.com.
If you plan to travel around the Dolomites by public transport, take a look at Cortina d’Ampezzo, Alta Badia, Val Gardena and Ortisei. From here, there are more buses and shuttle buses around the region.
Should I go to the Dolomites if I don't like/have never skied?
There are many natural attractions in the Dolomites. If you don’t like skiing, you can go there in summer. The Dolomites have a large number of parks, waterfalls, lakes, valleys.
The resort towns have shops and boutiques as well as a large number of different restaurants, bars and clubs.
If you’ve never skied before but want to try, the Dolomites has trails for beginners, as well as: skating rinks, sledding, snowmobiling.
There are also a large number of spa centers surrounded by nature for lovers of a relaxing holiday.
What to do with children in the Dolomites?
In the Dolomites there are a lot of activities for children.
In summer these are: rope parks, tubing, summer toboggan runs, parks with animals, horseback riding, climbing walls, etc.
In winter, there are special ski slopes for children, sleigh rides, snowmobiles, an ice rink, etc.
When is the best time to go hiking in the Dolomites?
The hiking season coincides with the opening hours of most rifugios – from May to September. The peak is in July-August. For a more secluded hike, you can plan a trip for June or September.
If you want to spend a few days hiking, take a look at such a popular type of hiking in the Dolomites as Rifugio-to-rifugio. No need to take food for more than a day, a tent, and a large backpack, and at the end of the day you can take a hot shower and have a hearty dinner.
In addition, in the Dolomites, spending the night in a tent without urgent need is prohibited.
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We love exploring different areas of Italy each time we travel, and this time we chose the Dolomites. Crystalina created a detailed and personalized itinerary for us, highlighting the special points of interest that we love. The precise addresses he provided for using Viz or Google Maps were excellent and made navigation very easy. We were able to find the most convenient parking spots, central locations for lake views, and cable car access points without any trouble. It felt like he was virtually traveling with us and was readily available for any questions or clarifications. We highly recommend Crystalina services and look forward to using them again in the future
Crystalina planned an amazing two-week trip for us from the northwest of Italy (Cinque Terre region) to the Amalfi Gulf. The planning was extremely professional and detailed, down to the last detail, and Crystalina was always available to us throughout the trip. We came back very satisfied and with thousands of beautiful photos and unforgettable experiences. We highly recommend Crystalina's travel planning services.
We took a 10-day trip to northwest Italy and contacted Crystalina to plan our itinerary. She was able to tailor the itinerary according to our preferences and even made changes as we requested. The itinerary was very detailed with photos, roads, and explanations, showing her professionalism and attention to detail. We relied heavily on the itinerary that Crystalina prepared for us, and although we didn't follow it exactly, her advice and recommendations were very helpful throughout the trip. She also provided suggestions for accommodations and various tips.
Crystalina was very kind and accommodating, and we highly recommend her services.
We recently honeymooned in Italy for 11 days in January 2022, and Crystalina put together an amazing itinerary for us based on the questionnaire we filled out. She provided several options for each attraction, a variety of restaurant choices, and even included some hidden gems for breathtaking views. The daily plan was incredibly easy to follow with links to each location on Google Maps and Wise.
I must add that after last year's successful trip, we returned to the same area in Italy (Dolomites) this year and once again sought Crystalina's expertise to build our itinerary. She did not disappoint! The itinerary was customized to our preferences and included points of interest and food recommendations that made our trip even more exciting. We were thrilled with the experience!
Crystalina provided excellent advice and accurate planning for a trip to Umbria and Rome. His recommendations were all excellent without exception, and he was available for questions
and provided important information. Great service at a good price that saved us time and upgraded the trip.
Planning our trip was a challenge as we had limited time, but Crystalina created the perfect itinerary for us based on our requests. Her professionalism and attention to detail were evident in every aspect of the trip. She was always available to answer any questions or address any concerns, both during the planning phase and while we were traveling. With her help, we were able to visit some amazing and off-the-beaten-path destinations. The provided links were extremely helpful and made navigating our trip a breeze. I highly recommend Crystalina for anyone looking to have a stress-free and well-planned trip to Italy.
I came across Crystalina's services by chance and with very little time before my flight. Despite the short notice, she was willing to help me build an itinerary for my trip. I was traveling with another family and we had small children with us.
Crystalina provided us with a detailed itinerary, complete with pictures, descriptions, and links. We were able to follow it almost entirely and had a wonderful time. She was also available to answer any questions we had, even those not directly related to the itinerary.
Overall, we had a great experience with Crystalina's services and highly recommend her to others looking for help with their travel plans.
Crystalina, planned a great itinerary for us according to our tastes in Italy. The itinerary was detailed down to the smallest detail. From now on, we won't travel without professional travel planning. He saved us many hours of planning. When we travel to Southern Italy next time, we will definitely seek Crystalina help again.
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