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Beautifully preserved and filled with shops, churches, cafes...

We stayed three nights on a swing through the Dolomites on a month-long trip in the Alps. Of the... read more

Reviewed July 16, 2018
Bruce M
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Carlsbad, California
Beautiful and pleasant place to walk

The center of Ortisei is very beautiful. It is a pleasure to walk through the street and appreciate... read more

Reviewed June 19, 2018
ChiekoPortugal
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Madeira, Portugal
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Via Rezia, 39046 Ortisei Val Gardena Italia Ortisei, Italy
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Reviewed July 16, 2018

We stayed three nights on a swing through the Dolomites on a month-long trip in the Alps. Of the winter resorts from which we hiked in summer, this was one that avoided that off-season feel. The wood carving capital turned out to have more of...More

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Reviewed June 19, 2018

The center of Ortisei is very beautiful. It is a pleasure to walk through the street and appreciate the architecture, shop, have a cup of coffee.

Thank ChiekoPortugal
Reviewed June 2, 2018 via mobile

As part of a day trip in the Dolomites we had a morning stop in Ortisei. This is a most beautiful little town up in the mountains. There is plenty to see and take in, the lovely Tyrone architecture and some very nice shops. We...More

1  Thank Raymond W
Reviewed February 23, 2018

The short uphill walk takes you through the largest shopping area in Val Gardena. Pretty with lots of sports stores, souvenir shops and bar/ restaurants. The large colourful hotels at the top of the street add a gentile perspective to this now very modern town.

1  Thank Grivola
Reviewed February 20, 2018

Really nice place to walk around after a day at the slopes.. they have several restaurants and a ski shop.

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Reviewed January 10, 2018

What a wonderful town to spend Christmas. A wonderful Market, great views of the mountains, just magical!

Thank shannond128
Reviewed December 26, 2017 via mobile

Exceeded our expectations! So beautiful with the Christmas lights and markets. I researched via TA the perfect Christmas village for our holiday and absolutely made the right choice! The pedestrian zone is chocolate box gorgeous.

1  Thank love2travel4now
Reviewed December 18, 2017

In winter, this place is the heart of Christmas. A magical, fairytale place. You will not want to leave here. I have not seen so many lights, trees and Christmas symbols in one place yet..

1  Thank AmberFreak
Reviewed November 30, 2017

Had a lovely day exploring the magnificent Dolomites and stopped here for a break. It is a charming little place with many shops selling wooden hand-made objects. The views around town are beautiful. It is a nice place to stop for a coffee or ice...More

1  Thank nancyen
Reviewed September 30, 2017

Ortisei's centre is the typical mountain village, with a pedestrian zone full of coloured nice buildings, with shops and cafés.

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Rick S
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Response from NealM628 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the main street is traffic free, so no issue from that point of view. Off the main road I have to admit did not make a specific note about dropped kerbs so don't feel qualified to help on that. We were in car park across... More
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Rick S
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Response from Nir L | Reviewed this property |
There are some close parking places, it's a relatively small area of a few streets, there are almost no cars in the specific streets nor sidewalks, so far so good, but, the streets are mostly up/down hill so it might add... More
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Patricia D
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Response from ATY39 | Reviewed this property |
Tak a train to Chiusa and bus to Ortisei. Seems the easiest and cheapest way to get there.
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