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Castello San Salvatore

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Castello San Salvatore

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Via Sottocroda, 31058, Susegana Italy
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Lakes of the Dolomites: Misurina, Braies, 3 Peaks & Cortina starting from Venice
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Lakes of the Dolomites: Misurina, Braies, 3 Peaks & Cortina starting from Venice

Enjoy a sightseeing tour of the lakes of the Dolomites starting and ending in&#xa0;Venice.<br>A professional English speaking driver, local of the Dolomites, will meet you at&#xa0;Piazzale Roma<br>You will have a fast view on the Prosecco land (from the highway), on the dam of Longarone and stop by Pieve di Cadore, birthtown of the painter Tiziano Vecellio<br>Drive to lake Auronzo and lake Misurina and up to 3 Cime di Lavaredo.<br>You will drive further to lake Landro, lake Dobbiaco and finally to the amazing lake Braies for small walk or row boat ride.<br>Lunch options*:local farm or lake river.<br>A short stop in Cortina d'Ampezzo city centre and drive back to Venice through the Cadore valley.<br>You will stop for pictures and receive explanations about the mountains, history and traditions and a map of the itinerary.<br>Bottles of water and Wi-Fi free on board.<br>Minimum of passengers required is 4, we will keep you updated if others join. If your group is made by at least 4,you can ask for a private tour.<br>*extra cost
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Lyn_Farmer wrote a review May 2017
Miami, Florida616 contributions153 helpful votes
This castello, built in the 13th century and renovated after the second world war, is a beautiful spot privately owned by an aristocratic family that still occupies part of the building. The castle has stunning views of surrounding area and these views alone are reason enough to visit. The castle frequently hosts cultural events but if none is going on during the time you visit the area, make a trip to see the views and walk the walls anyway - it's well worth it.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Damgrl wrote a review Aug 2014
bruxelles39 contributions36 helpful votes
Before starting the wine route visit the cantina collalto a very old brand. They have a fantastic range of wines from pro secco to high quality Red wines. The management is multi lingual and very helpfull
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