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Museo all'Aperto delle 5 Torri

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Museo all'Aperto delle 5 Torri

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Dolomite Mountains and Cortina Semi Private Day Trip from Venice

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Trade city life in Venice for the Dolomite Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Skip the headache of renting a car and focus on the scenery on this hassle-free tour, which stops at Lake Misurina and the alpine town of Cortina d'Ampezzo. With views of the impressive Tre Cime di Lavaredo peaks, this tour includes both guided and independent elements, as well as a small group of just eight people.<br><br>Please note:&#xa0;From November 15th-March 31st this tour will visit Braies Lake and San Candido instead of Lakes Santa Caterina and Misurina.&#xa0;From November 23rd to January 6th you'll also visit the San Candido Christmas Market.
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oedevos wrote a review Aug 2018
Alsemberg, Belgium118 contributions12 helpful votes
Great museum with lots of first-hand reports by soldiers in three languages, old photos and clear layout of the site. Well done!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Marie L wrote a review Jul 2018
Kathmandu, Nepal169 contributions14 helpful votes
I was here with my two kids (2 & 3), if you take cablecar from parking place both kids were able to go through the museum on their own. Especially the older boy was fascinated.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Jun Jacinto wrote a review Jun 2018
New York City, New York1,480 contributions396 helpful votes
A great experience to see the past articles and artifacts of war then coincided with great view of another great mountain of Cinque Torri.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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anengineeredtraveler wrote a review Apr 2018
Newport Beach, California278 contributions142 helpful votes
you can see the barracks used in the war and where the troops came. really worth the trip. dress warmly though with good walking shoes.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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RetireeBob wrote a review Nov 2017
Wollongong428 contributions119 helpful votes
For the Military Buffs this is an opportunity to experience the very conditions and perspectives that the original combatants lived through. As a military objective, it is abundantly clear that neither side in WWI realistically had any change of overpowering the other. It is ideally visited in Summer when the snow is gone and the wild flowers are in bloom. The self guided tour starts at the top of the chair lift with a flat path leading down to the actual encampment site. The historic tour is well signposted and leads you through the exhibits in a coordinated manner. There are reconstructed gun emplacement features with both models and actual artillery. While the paths are well formed, they are made of and traverse natural rock with some steep climbing sections. A moderate level of fitness is required and it is NOT wheelchair accessible. Taken at a steady pace, reading all the signage, pausing to appreciate the views and flowers, takes about 1 hour.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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