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Dolomites - where to go

Dolomites Trentino

Madonna Di Campiglio

Trentino offers you cultural and natural resources as well as a journey into its history and spoils you with clean water, pure air and beautiful surroundings.
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Dolomites Veneto

Val di Fassa

They are renowned throughout the world: from the Belluno Pre-alps to Cansiglio, towering over Alpago, and then Cristallo, Sorapis, the Tofane overlooking Cortina, Marmolada, the Tre Cime di Lavaredo...
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Dolomites South Tyrol

Dolomites South Tyrol

South Tyrol with 300 sunny days per year and fertile soils provides the ideal prerequisites to indulge the most discriminating bons vivants.
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Worth visiting nearby

Lake Garda

From north to south Lake Garda features picturesque resorts and enchanting views. Garda Trentino, at the northern end of the lake, with its resorts of Riva del Garda, Torbole and the lido of Arco.
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Venice is often referred to as one of the most beautiful cities on Earth, with its rich pristine architecture, romantic scenery and world renowned food and wine.
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Skiing in Italy, Resort information, hotels and apartments

Mountain biking in Trentino

From its cycling paths at the bottom of its valleys to unpaved paths amidst the woods and meadows, Trentino is a real paradise for cycling fans.
A network of cycling paths criss-crosses Trentino and travels through its most important valleys: it connects the north - through the South Tyrol cycling path - to the south - through the cycling path to the Pianura Padana - and the east - through the cycling path to Venice. All of the paths have been equipped with signs, refreshment points, bicycle grills and internet points.
The Val di Sole Dolomiti Express takes bikers and their bikes to both their favourite starting points and final destinations.
Unpaved paths - Terme di Comano

Of the many mountain routes available, special mention must be made of Dolomiti Brenta Bike: a fascinating tour inside the Adamello - Brenta Nature Park. This amateur tour has been mapped out along routes with different difficulty levels. It takes bikers across valleys, towns and orchards, through expanses of flowering apple trees and high plateaux, while cutting across farmlands, woods, meadows and rocks. Dolomiti di Brenta Bike is 171 km long and can reach altitudes of up to 2300 m.

Visitors can find the latest information - complete and updated - and create their own MTB routes on

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# Kofi
15 September 2012 21:37
I suggest you go with the flow a bit. Italy is not a place to rush thuogrh. You may find that you want to stay longer in the places you mentioned. Also, leave room for flexibility and exploring. All the places you listed are a joy, but trying to get too much in will have you travelling here, there and everywhere and not being anywhere. Personally, I like the smaller villages where real Italy is.

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