A Place That God Would Praise: The Italian Dolomites

A paradise for outdoor lovers!

The Dolomites are located on the edge of the border between the Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige regions in northeastern Italy, with a core protected area of 1,359.11km, and are part of the Alpine system in northern Italy.

The Dolomiti mountains have highly recognizable and unique jagged dolomite peaks, scattered lakes, meadows, and small towns, making the northern mountains surrounded by mountains full of unique charm, with a camera at hand, you can get pictures comparable to postcards, this is by no means an exaggeration, in the Dolomiti Valley, only to know that there is such a magical place in the world.

Dolomites attractions are recommended:

1. Lago di Carezza

Italy’s fairyland “Rainbow Lake” – Lago di Carezza, some people say that God gave the most beautiful scenery in the Alps to Italy, and Italy left the most beautiful Alps to the Dolomites, and the most tender side of the Dolomites left Lago di Carezza, soft, quiet, generous, splendid seem to be able to insert in Lago di Carezza body, the surrounding mountains woods upside down with the water, a time seems to make people unable to distinguish between reality and fiction.

2. Val di Funes

Val di Funes is located in the highest peak of the Dolomites, a valley below the Gaisle Peak, where the most beautiful scenery of the Alps, green hills, gentle fog, and streams. The church of San Giovanni is located in the middle of the valley and has been featured on the cover of National Geographic and Lonely Planet several times, making it as beautiful as its name implies.

3. Mount Hughes

Situated in the deep and long Furness Valley at the foot of Geisler’s Peak, it is known as the “Pearl of South Tyrol”. The churches in the mountains, the pastures with sheep and cattle, and the elaborate German town seem like a paradise.

4. Bladeback Peak

If you want to go up to Knifeback Peak, you have to go to Odisei and take the cable car to the top of the mountain. As far as you can see, the huts are scattered on the green slopes in an idyllic way, and there are many hikers and hiking routes to meet the needs of all levels.

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