Visit the Dolomites in Italy
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The majestic mountains of the Dolomites, surrounded by historic castles, old town centers and picturesque chapels. They all form a beautiful setting for an unforgettable bucket list experience. The Dolomites are of a remarkable shape because of the steep rock peaks. The ever-changing light turns these limestone cliffs into a colorful fairy tale.
The Italian Dolomites are located in the north of the country and belong to the southern part of the Austrian Alps. However the Alps in Italy do not look like the Alps of Austria at all. A trip in the Dolomites in Italy is not comparable with anything.
Walkers will enjoy the town of Mezzana, from here you can walk through the green mountains. Art lovers can learn how to carve wood in the mountain village of Cortisei. Or you could take a dive in Lago di Misurina, a beautiful lake with a breathtaking view of the mountains. A place that you also should not miss is Cortina d'Ampezzo. This authentic, historic town is amazing. Stroll through this paradise and be treated to a view of a lake Lago di Sorapiss which has an indescribable color.
Best time to visit
A holiday in the Dolomites is recommended in every season. The mountain range of the Dolomites is also an amazing ski resort, many people flock to this region in winter. However with more than 300 days of sunshine a year, the Dolomites are also a perfect idea for the rest of the year. Click here for more average weather details in Cortina d'ampezzo.
Where to stay
If you have the budget we recommend to stay at Adler Spa Resort Dolomiti. A hotel as if from a picture book which is charmingly situated in the heart of a village called Urtijëi, with the spirit of old trade routes and adventurous mountaineers. Beautifully decorated with soothing warm wood paneling and alpine avant-garde interior. But not only the eye feels at home in this hotel. Also your heart and soul are spoiled by the extremely courteous service.
The South Tyrolean culinary delights of the hotel restaurant are amazing. It's a dreamlike romantic hotel and the outdoor pool and baths in the garden with the great view is such a treat.
On booking.com this hotel gets an average rating of 9.6 (!) and you can book it here.