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Passo Falzarego is a mandatory visit if you go to Cortina, we went by bike, and the views are... read more

Reviewed August 7, 2017
Gustavo P
São Miguel do Oeste
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Getting to the top is a must !

We drove here after taking Sass Pordoi cable car. Windy but not so bad road. Lagazuoi funivia is a... read more

Reviewed July 26, 2017
Vilnius, Lithuania
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Strada Regionale 48, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
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Reviewed August 7, 2017 via mobile

Passo Falzarego is a mandatory visit if you go to Cortina, we went by bike, and the views are wonderful! There's a cafe and a souvenir store! Also from there you can take the cable car to the top os Lagazuoi that is another wonder!!...More

3  Thank Gustavo P
Reviewed July 26, 2017

We drove here after taking Sass Pordoi cable car. Windy but not so bad road. Lagazuoi funivia is a bit older but still fast and stable in movement, return ticket around 15 euro. On the top there is a small restaurant. Views are 360 panorama,...More

1  Thank endis
Reviewed July 5, 2017

The Passo di Falzarego is an important route, part of the Great Dolomite Road that links Bolzano and Cortina. It's also a great drive, The approach from Cortina is easier than from Arabba - the Arabba side has more and tighter hairpins, with a horrid...More

1  Thank frigate
Reviewed March 1, 2017

Passo Falzarego has a couple of gift shops with restaurants associated with them; also features decent parking with a large, free lot available. Across the highway from the gift shop complex and parking area is the Lagazuoi cable car attraction. Stopping here is very convenient...More

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Reviewed October 28, 2016

Hair pin turns, narrow road leads to a small chapel and war museum at the top. Not the best place for photographs for photographs of the mountains, but one of the routes between Cortina and Ortisei. On the curves, you can be sloshed from side...More

Thank cbellehu
Reviewed August 16, 2016

I have been visiting Passo Falzarego several times. I have been driving it with car and motorbike. With motorbike it's a must if you are in the area. Also the "other side" Passo Giau is excellent with motorbike. There are lots of paths for hiking...More

5  Thank jussiupn
Reviewed August 3, 2016

The beaty of this easily accessible pass is when you use it as a base to take the gondola to Lagazuoi. The views from up here are stunning. There is a reasonable refugio, the added interest of WWI tunnels and an easy walk to the...More

1  Thank steveg24
Reviewed July 28, 2016

This place looks like perfect especially in the context of surrounded mountains. It is easily accessible by public transport or car. It is ideal place for alpinism because has a lot of a good equipped thread routes with the excellent view.

2  Thank oka2008
Reviewed July 18, 2016

Falzarego pass is a must if you are in Dolomites, especially cable car (funivia) to Lagazuoi. Not only pass on road is picturesque with some interesting constructions on the way from Pieve di Livinallongo, the panorama on Lagazuoi is one of the best in the...More

5  Thank KemikOjstra
Reviewed October 18, 2015

After driving through the Passo Giau we decided to make our way through several villages to Passo Falzarego. As we reached the car park, the sun burst through the clouds and fog and the snow capped mountains glistened in the sunlight. We took the funivia...More

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Stefan V
March 8, 2018|
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Response from Alberto Z |
At this moment, on SS48 from CERNADOI to the pass maximum height limit is 3m 20cm, but I think it's only for trucks. At that tunnel be extra cautious and keep distance from tunnel sides. But it's the only dangerous place for... More
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Response from frigate | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for delay. I don't know if it is officially closed but it could well be closed by snow/ TA won't allow links but if you look up the Cortina tourist office they should know.
Susan R
August 20, 2017|
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Response from frigate | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for delay: Tripadvisor won't allow links to the websites but it appears to finish about the 22nd October. There is a tourist info place in Cortina that will have all the details,