Dolomites2019-01-05T14:42:45+00:00

The Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site, represent a unique experience to be done.

From the top of about 3000 Mt. of the refuge Lagazuoi with its breathtaking panoramas, one of the most famous mountain lakes with its magnificent views and the famous Cortina d’ampezzo known as the “pearl of the dolomites”.

A day immersed in nature that will remain etched in your memories forever.

During the course of the first world war, between 1915 and 1917, the Lagazuoi was the scene of bitter clashes between the Italian and Austro-hungarian troops, who built complex networks of tunnels and tunnels dug into the small lagazuoi and attempted each other To blow up or bury the opposing positions with the Mina’s method of war.

Refuge Lagazuoi

During the course of the first world war, between 1915 and 1917, the Lagazuoi was the scene of bitter clashes between the Italian and Austro-hungarian troops, who built complex networks of tunnels and tunnels dug into the small lagazuoi and attempted each other To blow up or bury the opposing positions with the Mina’s method of war.

Lake of Misurina

The lake of Misurina is the largest natural lake of Cadore and is located at 1,754 m A.S.L. a misurina, fraction of Auronzo di Cadore (Belluno).
The particular climatic characteristics of the area around Lake make the air particularly suitable for those suffering from respiratory pathologies. In fact, near the lake is the only center in Italy for the treatment of childhood asthma.

The legend says that Mesurina was a maiden, daughter of wealthy Venetian merchants, moved away from her father in the mountains with a stratagem, in an attempt to avert the coming true of a prophecy that would have seen the maiden donate all her possessions. Following tragic amorous events, vaguely reminiscent of those of Romeo and juliet, the maiden dies, recognized at the point of death by a lover had when she was in bloom and from whom she had been dismissed, because of a deception set by the father and with the help of a Servant sent by Him.

Cortina D’Ampezzo

Cortina D’Ampezzo is an Italian comune of only 6,000 inhabitants of the province of Belluno in Veneto. Nicknamed the “queen of the Dolomites”, it is a popular winter and summer tourist resort, which hosted the Winter Olympics of 1956 and is the scene of numerous sporting events of international relevance linked to mountain and winter Sports.

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