- Visit the most important valleys, passes and villages of the Dolomites in just one day.
- Admire the view from Lagazuoi and experience the most beautiful mountain passes in the Dolomites.
- Visit Cortina d’Ampezzo, the site of the 1956 Winter Olympics.
You will be picked up at your hotel by your driver and tour guide in a comfortable Executive Van. First you drive via the town of Dobbiaco/Toblach for a view of the Three Peaks', then on to the Misurinasee lake, often described as the Pearl of Cadore'. The tour continues on to Cortina d'Ampezzo, the site of the 1956 Winter Olympics, where there is time for a little wander around the town.
One of the most spectacular panoramic vistas of the Dolomites region then awaits you from the Lagazuoi mountain. You can relax in comfort as you ascend the mountain in the cable car, enjoying unparalleled views of the Fanes ridge, the Tofane group (3.244 m) and the Conturines peak (3.064 m), as well as the Antelao (3.264 m), Civetta (3.220 m), Marmolata (3.343 m), Sorapis (3.205 m) and Monte Pelmo (3.168 m) mountains.
Proceeding via the Falzarego Pass (2.109 m), where you can learn all sorts to do with the history of the First World War, the tour then takes you to Corvara in the Gadertal valley. Finally, amid the breathtaking scenery of the Dolomites World Heritage Site, you meander your way along the beautiful pass road via the Grödner Joch Pass to Ortisei. This is the main town of the Grödner Tal valley, well worth visiting - and not just for its famous artistic wood carvings. Surrounded as you are by the towering Sella mountain group, the Landkofel group and the rugged Cir peaks, you cannot fail to be impressed once again by the imposing outlines of the Dolomite landscape.
On the way back to your hotel, you also pass through Bressanone (559 m). The third biggest town in South Tyrol, Bressanone nestles among chestnut groves, orchards and vineyards at the confluence of the Rienz and Eisack rivers.
Travel through the Dolomites, from the Hochpustertal valley to the Hochabteital valley and Gröden, exploring as you do so one of the world's most unique alpine regions and taking in the most beautiful attractions of the Dolomites Unesco World Heritage Site.
The tour is flexible and can be adapted to meet the requirements or wishes of your group, should you wish to visit particular sights along the planned route that are not included in this itinerary.