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  • Cortina & Dramatic Dolomites Full-Day Tour from Venice

    1. Cortina & Dramatic Dolomites Full-Day Tour from Venice

    Escape the crowds of Venice and take a day trip to the Dolomites, with stops at Cortina, Misurina Lake, and Auronzo Lake. See fabulous scenery and get plenty of opportunities to take epic photographs. Pass through tunnels with astonishing views of canyons and valleys, which appear as if from nowhere. The scenery in this region is quite simply some of the most breathtaking in Europe. Upon arrival in Cortina, nicknamed the “Pearl of the Dolomites,” you will have approximately 90 minutes free time to stroll around the town, and take in the picturesque views of the mountains. Weather permitting, you will also be able to take the cable car up to Faloria, which overlooks the town of Cortina from its lofty 7,000-foot high mountain perch. Continue your trip towards Lake Misurina, taking the toll road up to outstanding peaks of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo. At 7,740 feet (2,360 meters), it will re...

    Me and my friends really enjoyed the private trip because there were only us. Our driver and guide Simone was the best because he is knowledgeable and gave us really good recommendations where to eat and what to do. Trip was breathtaking because we stopped at the picturesque places. We really recommend to book this trip because it takes you to the best points in mountains. The minivan was comfortable and with air conditioner.

  • Bolzano: Old City and Roncolo Castle Walking Tour

    2. Bolzano: Old City and Roncolo Castle Walking Tour

    Start your walking tour of Bolzano on Piazza Walther, completed in 1808 on the orders of King Massimiliano di Baviera. Dedicated to the great German poet, Walther von der Vogelweide (1170-1230) in 1901, the square is also home to the late medieval and Romanesque-style Bolzano Cathedral. Admire the open fretwork of the Bell Tower, built by the Suevian architect, Hans Lutz von Schusseried between 1501 and 1519. Continue to one of the oldest sites in Bolzano as you make your way to the Vicolo della Pesa, the former castle of the Prince-Bishops of Trento. Discover one of the city's most picturesque buildings at the former weigh-house of the Casa della Pesa. Then, explore the historic heart of the city on Via and Piazza della Mostra, and see the arcades (portici) so characteristic of the city along with the prestigious palaces of Campofranco. Marvel at how they have kept their appe...

    I decided to book this tour at the last minute for my 16 year old son and myself with Alessandro. It turned out to be a wonderful decision. He was extremely kind and patient with my autistic son and was able to adjust the tour to meet our needs and keep both of our interests. He was extremely knowledgable about the geography and history of the region. I highly recommend the tour and look forward to taking an additional tour through the Dolomites with Alessandro in the future. Thanks for a wonderful afternoon!!

  • Bozen: 2-Hour Private Guided Tour

    3. Bozen: 2-Hour Private Guided Tour

    This 2-hour private guided tour of Bozen will allow you to enjoy the most important treasures of the city. You will see how its medieval city center, its Gothic and Romanesque churches, and bilingual signs give Bozen the flavor of a city at the crossroads of Italian and Austrian cultures. Follow your expert guide and discover the most representative places, such as Piazza Walther (Walther Square) with the statue of German minstrel Walther von der Vogelweide, the Dome of Bozen, Piazza Erbe, Via dei Francescani, Piazza Municipio, Piazza del Grano and Via Museo (Museum Street). Prepare to take amazing pictures  of the city and landscape all around you.

  • Bolzano: Snowmobile, Sledding & The Great Dolomites Road

    4. Bolzano: Snowmobile, Sledding & The Great Dolomites Road

    Join this daily tour of a total of 280 kilometers through the breathtaking Dolomites, one of the most beautiful and unique Alpine regions in the world, a masterpiece of the nature included in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2009. Depart from Bolzano, the gateway to the Dolomites and capital of the province of South Tyrol. Drive north through the Isarco Valley and then east along the Pusteria Valley up to the famous Misurina Lake with the incredible panoramic view of the Three Peaks of Lavaredo. Near Misurina Lake, a skilled pilot will take you along the 5 kilometer snowy road up to the Rifugio Auronzo located just below the Three Peaks of Lavaredo.  At the top, a stop for photos to admire a beautiful landscape all over the Dolomites before you descend by sledge (or again by the snowmobile shuttle). From Misurina, in less than half an hour, you'll reach Cortina d’Ampezzo, the "Queen o...

  • Bolzano: Best of the Dolomites in One Day Private Tour

    5. Bolzano: Best of the Dolomites in One Day Private Tour

    Following a pickup from your hotel, you’ll head first to Bolzano, gateway to the Dolomites and capital of the province South Tyrol. Cross the Eggental valley that runs eastward between the Rosengarten massif and the Latemar mountain range. This road was built in 1894 when the territory was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Stop at Lake Carezza, the most beautiful lake of the western Dolomites, for a 30-minute break and walk around the lake. Next, arrive at Karerpass where you’ll see the historical Residence Grand Hotel Carezza, built in 1893, this was the first luxury hotel in the Dolomites and has hosted very important guests including the Empress Sissi, Winston Churchill, and Agatha Christie. From the Karerpass you’ll reach the Fassa Valley in Trentino and pass through the towns of Vigo di Fassa and Canazei to arrive under the imposing peaks of the Sella group. From here, begin a ...

  • From Bolzano: Snowshoeing in the Dolomites

    6. From Bolzano: Snowshoeing in the Dolomites

    Hike through snow-covered forests and high-altitude meadows while the silence of the white, snowy landscapes enchants you. A clear sky and fresh air guarantee an intense winter feeling. Free your mind and enjoy the magic of winter snowshoeing through fascinating landscapes. After meeting at 9:00 AM  in front of Caffè Mozart.You will travel by car from Bolzano and in one hour arrive at the Funes Valley. Absolutely recommended is a photo stop to admire the two famous small churches of the valley with the unique background of the Dolomites. In Funes Valley, you will discover several fantastic snowshoe routes and you can select the right one for you according to your wishes and physical condition. Whether you’re looking for the peak experience or to trudge through snow-covered meadows, you will be rewarded at every turn with a magnificent panoramic view. Depending on how you feel, there i...

  • Bolzano: Historical City Center Guided Walking Tour

    7. Bolzano: Historical City Center Guided Walking Tour

    Your excursion will begin in Walther Square, a square which was completed in 1808 by order of King Massimiliano di Baviera, and initially named after him. At the same square, you will admire the Cathedral of Bolzano, and the Romanesque Basilica (1180), which was completed around 1420 in a Gothic style of the Suevian mastery. The bell tower, which stands 65-meters tall, was built by the Suevian architect Hans Lutz von Schusseried between 1501 and 1519. Next up on your tour is the Dominican Church, a complex comprising a convent, a large nave with different chapels, and a magnificent cloister. The jewel of the entire complex is Cappella di San Giovanni, a long and narrow sided chapel with the most magnificent fresco cycle of the Giotto School in the province. You will continue your walk through the Goethe Street and Piazza delle Erbe, a colorful and lively piazza and the heart of the cit...

  • Bolzano: Guided Traditional Food Tour

    8. Bolzano: Guided Traditional Food Tour

    Explore Bolzano on a guided walking tour led by a local food expert. Learn about South Tyrol's culinary culture and sample an array of traditional foods and drinks.

    Meet your guide in Bolzano's city center and set out on your foodie adventure. Enjoy a social dining experience and try local delicacies like Speck, Canederli, Brezen, Strudel, and more.

    And of course, no Italian foodie experience would be complete without a Caffe Espresso. 

  • Dolomites Snowshoe Tour: Private Excursion near Bolzano

    9. Dolomites Snowshoe Tour: Private Excursion near Bolzano

    Enjoy a nice private snowshoe tour in the Dolomites. Learn how to use the snowshoes, how to walk on easy and safe trails, and how to enjoy the winter in the Dolomites. You will just need a backpack, a pair of hiking shoes, and the desire to discover the Dolomites during the winter season. Together with your guide, enter the snow-covered woods, hike on easy, white trails, and eventually reach a warm place, where you can have something to drink or eat. Get ready to enjoy the true magic of winter in the Dolomites. All snowshoe tours are private and personalized for you and your friends. Once you have booked, no other people can join.

  • Beautiful Trekking in the Dolomites

    10. Beautiful Trekking in the Dolomites

    The Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Three Peaks of Lavaredo) belong to the Sesto Dolomites and are characterized by their distinctive form. They consist of the Cima Grande (2,999 meters) which is the pinnacle in the middle, the Cima Piccola (2,857 meters) and the Cima Ovest (west peak, 2,973 meters). The view on the north face of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo is one of the most famous alpine images and views in the world. The Three Peaks are situated in the Three Peaks nature park and in 2009 they were declared UNESCO World Heritage, as were all other peaks of the Dolomites. The day will start with a transfer by car through the Isarco Valley and Pusteria Valley to Misurina Lake. Stop for photos at the lake before heading up to the Auronzo Refuge (2,333 m) on the toll road of 7 kilometers. You may take your own pack lunch or stop at a refuge to eat during the trek. This tour includes two treks in one....

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 238 reviews

Worth every penny! Lots of sightseeing in the beautiful Dolomites with a knowledgable guide. You take a small van and drive throughout the day with beautiful stops along the way. The longest we spent was about 90 minutes at a beautiful lake for lunch. There is a lot of curves on the mountain roads so be prepared for that if you get car sick and you will be good. Would recommend this tour!

Interesting and engaging visit, congratulations to Manuel, to his way of telling and describing the castle and its history, the time has flown, unfortunately. Time to take some pictures in the garden, have a coffee with pretzel and go down an alternative route. Beautiful morning, we definitely recommend it. Barbara

It was a very lovely day. Our guide was very nice, knowledgeable and speaks perfect English. She took care of us really well and we learned a lot from her. A long journey but definitely worth it. We took great pictures and memories.

I have an excellent trip and the Italian Guide is Simone who is a plus factor that makes this an excellent trip! I am so happy with this and it was really nice. Dolomites is worth to visit for! :)

Just a heavenly experience! Speechless!! Mountain lovers must go there.