Italian Alpes : There's more in Italy than the coast - 3 Days
Discovery italian Alpes The Dolomites are a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and offer an unforgettable experience for ski and winter sports lovers. Moreover, this region is the keeper of incredible artistic treasures, monuments and architectural works that combine Gothic from Austria with that of the Italian Renaissance.
- Day 1 - Bolzano
- Arrive in Bolzano, once city of merchants, is today also city of art, show, culture, exchange and vacation. Walk on the lively streets and squares, and enjoy your dinner in a beer factory in the center. Overnight stay at your hotel.
- Day 2 - Chiusa and Velturno
- We'll drive through Valle Isarco's, away from the transit route between Bolzano and Brennero. The small side valleys are loved for their original centiries-old farmhouses perched on the steep mountainsides and their scattered mountain villages and hamlets. We visit Chiusa, famous as a residence for artists and the Castel Velturno. The building, once the summer residence of the prince bishops of Bressanone, is now a well-preserved jewel of Renaissance architecture. Sleep in a tipical South Tyrol’s farm for high quality and genuine relax.
- Day 3 - Vipiteno
- Vipiteno is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. In spite of the construction of new residential areas, the layout of the town has remained more or less unaltered since the end of the 13th century, when Sterzing was elevated to town status, though only short tracts of the city walls remain. Back to Bolzano and Arrivederci.