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Dolomite Mountains and Cortina Semi Private Day Trip from Venice
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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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Jim D wrote a review Dec 2019
Ipswich, Australia430 contributions63 helpful votes
We hated this area. The shopkeepers have a false sense of superiority, the shops were boring with little worth buying. Food choices were limited and it lacked any kind of atmosphere.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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dese2 wrote a review Mar 2018
Auburn, New York1,791 contributions176 helpful votes
Don't miss the Corso Italia when in Cortina with its many shops, restaurants and museums. While many bring a dog and high fashion you will also feel good in your skiwear. I also recommend you go to the Cooperative store for a true shopping experience and items anyone can afford. They even have groceries so you can pick-up some gourmet items to carry home. Stop in a Tobacco shop with a green "T " prominently displayed for stamps.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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khalid4kac wrote a review Apr 2017
Hawalli, Kuwait156 contributions32 helpful votes
This is the main shopping street in Cortina, it's a pedestrian zone, with plenty of coffee shops, but not much of restaurants, basically you have very limited shopping options in Cortina , also the prices are slightly higher comparing with main towns with main shopping stores, but it's really worth it to spend a couple of hours walking in this street, looking through shops main windows, have a cup of coffee and sweet, visit the main church in the town, the option for car parking is slightly confusing, as prices varies and also the streets are very narrow .
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Lily-AR13 wrote a review Jan 2017
Milan, Italy221 contributions33 helpful votes
Cortina d'Ampezzo may be an equivalent for Portofino, where not turquoise waters but imposing Dolomites characterise the city making it the dream destination for skiers and snow sports fans. Like Portofino, but in a very different style, Cortina d'Ampezzo is a pitorescue town for its breathtaking landscape, most visited in the winter, due to the winter sports practiced here. The main street, Corso Italia is a a pedestrian street which has beautiful stores and boutiques, and during the winter holidays, the Christmas market. During the winter, we found the Church nicely lighted and the city hall having transformed its windows in an Advent Calendar with suggesting pictures, opened one by one until on Christmas day. One may find the same stores or boutiques like in other Tirolese cities with typical dresses and stuff, but what makes them more attractive is actually the magestic image of the mountains that sorrounds them. And for the ladies, who usually are preoccupied about their outfit, there they can make themselves as comfortable as they wish, considering the fact that the attraction point is winter sports. However, for a complete picture I would recommend to be accompanied by an habitué with at least 20 years of experience who can also tell about the centenary beauties surrounding the little town.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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