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Travel Guide of Dolomites in Italy by Influencers


The Dolomites are a mountain range located in northeastern Italy. They form part of the Southern Limestone Alps and extend from the River Adige in the west to the Piave Valley in the east.

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Discover our travel guide of Dolomites in Italy made of pictures from travel influencers and photographers.



What you will see and do in Dolomites:

  🌲 Forest     ⛰️ Hill station     ⛰️ Mountain range     ⛰️ Hill     ⛰️ Summit     ❄️ Glacial landform  

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The Dolomites are famous for climbing, hiking or skiing. These mountains are said to be over 250 million years old and have a rich history. The Dolomites are dotted with museums and villages, lakes and rivers of incredible beauty that attract travelers in search of adventure. Many tourists decide to discover the Dolomites by van or caravan. Indeed, the undulating roads of the mountains are perfect for this type of travel. The Dolomites region is one of those places, which you may have seen thousands of times in pictures, and yet, impose a new and marvelous look once you discover them in your turn. The Dolomites in Italy on the UNESCO World Heritage list. It's still an intriguing place and so unexpected. We were dreaming of majestic mountains, of being transported somewhere else. This road trip in the heart of South Tyrol exceeded our expectations. What we can tell you, having finally discovered them, is that it couldn't be otherwise: the mountains are splendid, the landscapes all more crazy than the others, far from what we are used to see. The Italian Dolomites are a total change of scenery. The Dolomites are a mountainous chain of the Eastern Alps, they belonged for a long time to Austria and each village has two names. In fact, the Austrian culture is still very much present in the Dolomites, whether it is in the customs, the language or the architecture. There are eighteen peaks in the area that rise to 3,000 meters above sea level. The name "Dolomites" was given to them by the French geologist Dieudonné Dolomieu, who identified in some rocks the presence of dolomitic limestone, one of the elements that characterize this mountain range. The dolomite gives the mountains a particular color: white, although at dawn and especially at sunset, this rock takes on colors ranging from pink to intense red. This phenomenon is known as "enrosadira". The region, where the Dolomites nest, borders Austria, Switzerland and Italy. South Tyrol (Alto Adige) used to belong to Austria-Hungary and was awarded to Italy following a victory in the First World War. The capital is the charming little town of Bolzano and don't be surprised that the most common language in the region is Bavarian! (a German dialect). The Dolomites do have an air of small Austria!

Frequently Asked Questions by Travelers planning a trip to Dolomites

Which town to visit in the Dolomites?

 Ortisei and Cortina d'Ampezzo are two excellent bases for visiting the Dolomites. 

As these are two very touristy towns, you will have to look in the surrounding villages to find cheaper accommodations.

The best time to visit the Dolomites is from May to September.

You can also come to the Dolomites out of season to enjoy the beautiful autumn colors or ski in the South Tyrol and snowshoe in winter.

How to get to the Dolomites?

  • By plane: The Dolomites are easy to reach by plane:

-Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport. 
-Verona Valerio Catullo Airport. 


  • By car: Distance/Time from: - Milan - 4h. - Munich - 3h30.

  • By train: The main route is Verona-Trento-Brennero-Munich.





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Fassa Valley

  12.1 km (7.5 miles) away from Dolomites


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Sella Pass

  12.5 km (7.8 miles) away from Dolomites


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Parco naturale di Fanes-Sennes-Braies

  32.0 km (19.9 miles) away from Dolomites


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