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Val di Funes

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Val di Funes

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From Bolzano: The Episcopal City of Bressanone, Novacella Abbey and Funes Valley
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From Bolzano: The Episcopal City of Bressanone, Novacella Abbey and Funes Valley

Firstly, a  guided city tour around the Episcopal city of Bressanone that combines Medieval-Baroque atmosphere with modern lifestyle and a fascinating alpine world. Secondly, we visit one of the most important monasteries of central Europe, the Augustinian Abbey of Novella, located only 5 minute away from Bressanonne city. And finally, just 20 minutes from Bressanone we will discover the idyllic Funes Valley with the magnificent Dolomites as a background. 
$259.70 per adult
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Idan D wrote a review Oct 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel74 contributions30 helpful votes
We arrived at the beginning of October, and it was a bit cloudy. But with a bit of sunshine, this location is outstanding. The line for the parking lot was too long, so we pulled aside somewhere and took some photos and left.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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pleasanthillguy wrote a review Sep 2019
pleasant hill10 contributions1 helpful vote
Hiking and also climbing, including Klettersteig (Via Ferrata) trails. Some of the best trails in the world.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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ucartech wrote a review Aug 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia1,578 contributions358 helpful votes
Val di Funes is one of many beautiful valleys in South Tyrol area. The area is dominated with expanse green meadow with background of Puez Geissler Odle mountain. Lots of traditional South Tyrol timber houses decorated with beuatiful flowers, little churches up in the hill, cow farm and lots of hiking trail. We recommend to stay at this area rather than at expensive hotel in Ortisei or Val Gardena.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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GlobeTrip78 wrote a review Jul 2019
Cambrils, Spain1,228 contributions221 helpful votes
It's an special place. It takes 40min from Bolzano. The views are great. All the car park is paying.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Didi H wrote a review Mar 2019
Strasbourg, France335 contributions47 helpful votes
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As a mountain girl ,I spend most of my time ,exploring the beauty of the mountains .A place where I mostly feel alive .A place of complete content .Which comes to say I am prepared for the grand beauty and freedom that the mountains normally offer to their fans .But I was quite not prepared enough for the beauty of Val Di Funes .Traveled by train from Trento to Bressanone Brixen and got the first glimpse of the edgy and Rocky Dolomites Mountains In Bolzano .With a bus 340 from the rail station ,where I was lucky to bump into a lovely German South Tyrollean man ,who enlightened me that the perfect place I was looking for was the valley of Santa Maddalena .By mistake I thought the best view was from San Pietro ,which made me walk ,surrounded by woods and hills for another 2 miles ,until the valley opened up in front of my eyes .The feeling is indescribable-the best moment in my life for this 2019 year .Somehow the place is intact and one can enjoy the natural sights without tripping into half of the population of USA,China,UK and Korea .A place I can’t wait to visit back again soonest -a paradise on Earth
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Date of experience: March 2019
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