It was worth it to take a detour from our hike to see the trenches and simulation spots depicting World War 1. Lots of history.
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The Dolomites offer a sureal landscape in general, but this is a real stunning place which will take your breath even if you are just a little bit passionate about the nature and beautiful mountains. For all outdoor enthousiasts there are many possibilities for hiking,...More
We took a chairlift ride to the museum and walked around at the top. It can be considerably cooler a the top than in town, and the walking is fairly difficult, so dress appropriately.) There are extensive trenches, artillery emplacements and other remnants of WWI....More
Taking the chair lift to Cinque Torri or driving to rifugio (narrow and challenging route!) and you can find many ruins and caves from war. No fee, just "open air museum" worth visiting.
After studying the war on the books, you can touch with your hands how hard and difficult was to fight on this mountains.
When arriving with the chairlift ar 5 Torri you can hike around the 5 Torri and can include the Museo all'Aperto. Gives you a great imprssion what happened during 1915-1918 in that area.
The dolomites are truly breathtaking in the snow as the light turns the rock pink to red over the course of the day. Cortina is an ideal place to stay as a very upmarket resort with excellent restaurants and cosy small family wine bars of...More
This was a very interesting visit. We walked up to the museum rather than took the cable car. We went to do the Via Ferrata and were not disappointed. I recommend this if you want a taste of history, if you want to climb as...More