A fantastic day trip from Venice to the Dolomites, home to stunning towns and lakes with breathtaking views and landscapes.
- Discover the most famous towns and lakes of the Dolomites with their breathtaking views and landscapes
- Visit Cortina, one of the most exclusive mountain destinations in Italy
Travel with us on an interesting day journey from Venice to the Dolomites, a spectacular mountain range of fascinating villages and lakes, including Pieve di Cadore, Tre Cime, Cortina, Lake Misurina, Lake Auronzo.
Driving previous Conegliano in the Prosecco region, we will reach Santa Croce’s lovely colored emerald lake, encircled by steep hills and pine forests reflected on the lake’s water.
Our first stop is Pieve di Cadore, a delightful alpine village, here you have time for a brief walk with traditional shops selling salumi, local cheeses, and homemade ice cream, the town is also well known as the birthplace of the Italian artist Titian.
Continuing our voyage through tunnels with amazing views of canyons and mountains that appear as if from nowhere, we take the toll road up to the 2360mt Tre Cime di Lavaredo, which provides one of the finest views across valleys and peaks, the landscape is quite simply amazing.
When we arrive at Cortina, Pearl of the Dolomites, we spend time walking around and enjoying the scenic mountain views. Weather allowing you can also bring the cable car at 2134mt to Faloria, which overlooks Cortina’s entire city.
Then we proceed our tour of the Dolomites, making countless stops at picturesque points along with the manner, passing the Misurina Lake. You can enjoy an optional dinner here (own expense), while admiring the beautiful mountain peaks and amazing background with views of Sorapis and the Marmarole.
Surrounded by landscapes as amazing as this, there are plenty of photo opportunities! We will travel on to admire the scenic Lake Auronza after a fulfilling day, passing through enchanting mountain villages.
Then we will start our voyage back to Venice.
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