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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

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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What to do in Dolomites ?

Local attractions and places to visit

Trekking- Historical paths

The Ancient Routes of the Dolomites are a network of trails where the beauty of the landscape is enriched by the historical interest of the area.

There are two routes to chose from for those interested in the 1st.World War. One of these goes through the trenches and the Italian artillery posts below the Cinque Torri. The other route winds through the tunnels of the Open Air Museum on Piccolo Lagazuoi, and bears witness to the incredible war of mines, which was fought here.

The Dinosaurs Route leads to Monte Pelmetto, the site of spectacular dinosaur prints dating back 220 million years.

The Mondeval Man Route leads up to a height of 2000 meters, where a burial site dating back 7,000 years was discovered.


The Iron Route is an ancient trail built to transport iron from the mines to the melting furnaces.
The Castle of Andraz is a Medieval fortification, which has recently been restored.


The Route of the San Marco Lions runs along a wall constructed in 1752 to resolve a border dispute between the Republic of Venice - whose symbol was the San Marco lions - and the Habsburg Empire.
 

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