fz570628The Trentino-Alto Adige region is the northernmost region of Italy, bordering Austria, and the Southern Alps cover a large part of the region. In addition to wine and dairy products, papermaking and other industries, tourism is an important source of income. The natural scenery here is beautiful, especially the famous resort for winter skiing.
Miumiu_CDolomiti Mountains | The largest high-altitude alpine meadow of magic Europe. The treasure of northern Italy, Dolomiti Dolomiti, is located in the northeastern part of Italy, bordering Switzerland and Austria, with a core protected area of 1359.11km. Dolomiti is rated as a world natural heritage. It is part of the northern Alps system in Italy, with more than 18 peaks over three kilometers. A series of heritage sites composed of 9 areas show remarkable mountain diversity, with peak clumps, pins, rock walls and other international geomorphological studies of the iconic landscape types, including glacier landforms and karst landform systems. Until 100 years ago, this was the territory of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the German-speaking area in the north of Daoli. . The legacy wonderland of the north of Daoli! Mountain cliffs, alpine lakes, virgin forests, alpine meadow, this life must go! . The largest high-altitude alpine meadow in Europe, the ALPE DI SIUSI Hughes plateau, the famous part The famous hiking route and winter snow trail. The Hughes Mountain is between 1,680 m asl and 2,350 m asl. Its surrounded panorama and the magnificent foothills, the soft slopes, and the wild flowers that roam the mountains in summer make up the beautiful scenery of the Hughes Mountain. Hughes has thousands of legends related to the mountains, the trials of ancient wizards and a unique folklore. Hughes is also the favorite stop in some of the Dolomites I arrived. The golden twilight splashes to the changing peaks, and the whole world is romantic and grand. . There are many accommodation points near Hughes. It is recommended to put the foothold here, sunrise, morning fog, dusk, starry sky, the beauty is close at hand. . .Ⓘ Ⓝ Ⓕ Ⓞ ⫱ALPE DI SIUSI, Castelrotto BZ, Italy ⫱ all seasons. .🅟 🅗 🅞 🅣 🅞 ⫱SONYA7MRⅡ ▧ 24-70mm F4 ⫱Late Lightroom⫱Jigsaw puzzle Photoshop
Memories from last year trip to South Tyrol road tripping through these amazing landscapes ! I can honestly say that it is one of my favorite regions in Europe as there are so many things to see and experience, from its incredible Dolomites mountain range to its crystal clear lakes ! There is no wonder why it has become so popular on Instagram over the past years !
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Getting There - from the city centre follows the signs for Malga Ces. Then either hike on the top or use the cable car. To hike down you can choose between the open path and path in the woods.
Attractions - You’re hiking in the Alps, surrounded by nature. And you might encounter a couple of horses and donkeys if you’re lucky.
Plus, there’s many more trails, lakes, etc etc for you to discover
Hotels - Malga Ces is both an hotel and a restaurant and in town there are many hotels with excellent service.
Food & Restaurants - Malga Ces is offers a wonderful selection of local mountain cuisine. They also have a bar where you can buy sandwiches. Or you can bring your own and eat them on grass outside, it is lovely. There’s also a children’s playground aerea.
Shopping - In town there’s plenty of shops for any of your heart’s desire.
this is an interesting experience because you can visit a beautiful place, I hope to come back here again We loved everything about this adorable by hotel. Starting from welcoming, passing through cleanliness and sanitation, including wonderful staff members always do their best just to keep you happy, and off course the unique view of the Nile river.
It was a short stay,but certainly it will not be the last.
Thanks for the true German Egyptian hospitality
après des mois des travail et des fatigué ,on passe nôtre congé a riva del garda en Italie, un lieu unique de son genre avec des paysages à merveille et des oiseaux qui chantent murmur aux oreilles, un rivière et un température moyen ,excellence pour voyage et passe en vacances.
Hotel Maso Col is a Hotel, with a cafè and a great restaurant not open only to the hotel clientele but also with space reserved for anyone who enjoys a great gastronomic experience.
Surrounded by wide meadows and luxuriant woods, at the foot of the imposing Pale di San Martino on the southern side of the Dolomites, is "Maso Col".
The current family that owns it started in 1921 with a glass of freshly milked milk or a little fresh water to refresh the first "travelers" on their Dolomites.
In 1961 their malga cheeses, “el bòtiro”, cream with small fruits, grilled meats, polenta, “Tosela”, mushrooms and homemade desserts such as strudel were discovered; summer at "Caffè Col" became a rendezvous in the sun in the green, in winter a sled race.
In 2006 they fulfilled the dream of a lifetime and added eight new comfortable rooms, warm and enveloping wooden environments, a particular attention to typical cuisine, directly cured and strong of a long experience and peasant tradition.
Their kitchen offers traditional Trentino and Primierotta dishes, with particular attention to genuine and homemade products with love and passion. Truly a pleasure each time
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Lago di Braies, (aka Pragser Wildsee in German and Lake Braies in English) is part of the Fanes-Sennes-Braies nature park, in a side valley next to the Val Pusteria.
At an altitude of 1,496 m (4,908 ft), the 77-acre lake makes for a wonderful half-day trip while traveling through the Prags Dolomites.
On the West side of the lake, there is a small chapel that was built in 1904. The location has a curious bit of history related to World War II, as has the hotel.
It’s truly a beautiful lake, but has gained a lot of fame through Instagram and during the summer it can be filled with tourists.
Choose wisely when to go (it is beautiful also in winter when frozen) and reserve online the parking of you are going by car or motorbike.
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A classic winter tourist destination, in summer San Martino di Castrozza is also a beloved destination among mountaineers and hikers who travel the trails of the Paneveggio - Pale di San Martino Nature Park.
Splendid position at the feet of the Pala Group.
The ideal destination for excursions on the Dolomites.
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#mynovgetaway Serravalle Scrivia is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Alessandria in the Italian region of Piedmont, located about 100 kilometres (62 mi) southeast of Turin and about 25 kilometres (16 mi) southeast of Alessandria. The settlement was probably founded by the inhabitants of the Roman city of Libarna after the destruction of that city in 452 AD.
From 1122 Serravalle Scrivia belonged to the bishops of Tortona, until they ceded it to the commune of Tortona, in exchange for the defence of their lands. Later it was an imperial fief, belonging to the Spinola (1313), the Visconti (1381), the Adorno (1391), and the Spinola again from 1482. In 1580 it became part of the Spanish-held Duchy of Milan; after the War of the Spanish Succession, in 1713, it became part of the Austrian Empire.
In 1738, together with the Tortona area, the settlement was acquired by the Kingdom of Sardinia-Piedmont. In 1745, in the course of the War of the Austrian Succession, it was briefly occupied by Franco-Spanish troops. In 1798, after the Napoleonic invasion of Piedmont, it was annexed to the Ligurian Republic; the French, who had conquered Serravalle after the battle of Marengo, had its castle destroyed. In 1815 the Congress of Vienna restored the town to the House of Savoy.
In 1935 the Autostrada A7 (Genoa-Serravalle) was inaugurated, this became the fastest connection from Turin and Milan to the sea.
In geology, the Serravallian Age of the Miocene Epoch is named for Serravalle Scrivia.
The Vajolet Towers 2,821 m are a set of seven mountain peaks of dolomite that rise in the center of the Catinaccio Group, in the Dolomites, conquered at the mountaineering level at the end of the 19th century. mountaineering and touristic, the highest is called the Main Tower (Hauptturm), while the most famous are the Delago, the Stabeler and the Winkler, also known as the Southern Vajolet Towers. On these, unlike the others, there are several very popular rock routes that offer excellent rock and remarkable exposure. At the base of the Torre Delago there is also a modest rocky peak, the Torre Piaz.