- 4 days s
4 days s
- Transportation by deluxe motorcoach
- Multilingual escorted tours
- Panoramic visits as per itinerary
- Meals as per itinerary
- Entrance fees to monuments or museums as per itinerary
- Tips, extra, drinks and everything that is not mentioned in the itinerary
Day 1 - Milan - Verona - Val di Cadore - Pieve di Cadore - Cortina D’Ampezzo
Departure at 08.30 am from Milan (departure is also possible directly from Verona at Hotel Mastino, joining
the group at 10.30). Outgoing to Verona having a short break to discover this beautiful city. A walk through its
narrow streets allows us to get in touch with its varied and fascinating past: traces of its splendid Roman
origins, its prevailing medieval structure dating back to the time of knights and castles, its magnificent Renaissance palaces as well as the impressive fortifications which protect it. A suggestive blend of art and history which continuously fascinates the onlooker. We will
visit Piazza Bra with the Arena, a Roman amphitheatre, Via Mazzini, Piazza delle Erbe e dei Signori with the monument to Dante Alighieri and Juliet’s Balcony.
Lunch at your own.
Next, departure to Cortina d’Ampezzo (Departure is also possible in front of the train station
of Venice Mestre at 3 pm). The journey will be around Val Cadore among sinuous mountains and little villages
that show the history of the territory, the tradition of the craftsmanship and offer good food and a lot of local museums. Visit on the way to Cortina of the centre of Pieve di Cadore, capital of the glasses industry and birthplace of the great painter Tiziano Vecellio. Arrival to
Cortina d’Ampezzo, probably the most renowned one because of its historical importance in Italian summer
and winter holidays since the 1950’s, is in the middle of the large valley of Boite. Cortina is not only a tourism
resort but also the centre of traditional works, as for example, wood manufacturing. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 2 - Cortina D’Ampezzo - Lake Misurina (Tre Cime di Lavaredo) - Lake Dobbiaco - Pusteria and Badia Valleys - Falzarego Pass - Cortina D’Ampezzo
Breakfast at the hotel. Outing to Lake Misurina (situated in a perfect position among woods and Dolomites tops,
Three peaks of Lavaredo the most important ones, probably one of the best places for alpinism experts).
Then, way to Lake Dobbiaco, with a strange and shining colour emerald of its water that makes it as unique in
the world. Visit of Val Pusteria and Val Badia, probably the most typical valleys of the region, having a stop in
a village to have lunch at your own. After that, we will cross Falzarego Pass coming back to Cortina, in order
to have free time for the rest of the day. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 3 - Cortina D’Ampezzo - Passo Fedaia - Marmolada - Canazei - Lake Carezza - Merano - Bolzano
Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will be invited to taste the flavourful speck, a kind of smoked ham, typical of
the Dolomites valleys. Departure to Canazei through Fedaia Pass; arrival to the bottom of the Glacier of Marmolada, the highest glacier of the eastern Alps. Visit of Canazei, an important place for tourism in all seasons, due to the wonderful view given by this part of Dolomites that receives thousands of tourists every month. Through Passo Costalunga, we arrive to Lake Carezza.
Stop to have a look to this wonderful lake. Then, departure to Merano, the second biggest city of the province after Bolzano. Famous worldwide for its Christmas market, Merano is also a charming and amazing cultural and historical centre. Visit of the old town and lunch at your own. Second half of the day dedicated to Bolzano. Important commercial centre in the Middle Age, it
has increased its industry productions during the World War. Tourism still represents the first resource of local
economy. Visit of Duomo: the Cathedral, with a gothic style, is considered as the symbol of the town; finally, we’ll visit the main central streets, as Via dei Portici, core of the Medieval town. Rest of the evening free for your personal visits. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 4 - Bolzano - Route of Wine - Trento - Milan
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Trento, capital of the region through the so called Weinstrasse, the route of the wine, where small villages like Caldaro or Trameno offer relaxing and amazing views. Short stop for visiting the area. Arrival to Trento. The city is dominated by the castle, known as del Buon Consiglio, symbol of the House of Habsburg which dominated the district for many centuries. Santa Maria Maggiore, built in the XVI century and one of the first work of Renaissance and Gothic age; Palace Geremia, building that represents the XVI century and Piazza Duomo with the beautiful Cathedral of Saint Vigilius. Lunch at your own. Departure to come back to Milan. End of the services.
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Due to the international situation of Covid-19, the
schedule of fairs/events/congresses during period
between April and October 2023 is still in progress.
Dates on the website of the managing authority are
partial and temporary and could change further in the
next months. Possible surcharges on the dates of
departures of our tours will be added tour by tour once
the schedule will be definitively confirmed. In any case
price will not rise more than 10% of the regular amount.
We will regularly inform you about eventually changing.
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