Rich in History Cortina d'Ampezzo has been a tumultuous region since Roman times. Passing through the hands of the Republic of Venice, Napolean and the Hapsburgs of Australia. The city was heavily affected by the tragic events of WW1 and the evidence is still visible today around the Passo Falzarego area. You can visit the original trenches, tunnels and lookout towers that have been partially restored. After the war, the city became a popular destination for the upper class and with the Olympic Games taking place in 1956, the city was forever associated with luxury winter tourism.
The DolomietenThe mountains around Cortina d'Ampezzo are unique geologically and derive their name from a special rock: the Dolomia. The "pale mountains" were created 70 million years ago and turn a beautiful pink colour at sunrise and sunset. This provides a magical view of the spectacular landscapes. Stay at a cosy B&B from Bed and Breakfast Cortina d'Ampezzo and explore these magnificent mountains that have been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2009.
Year-Round BeautyCortina d'Ampezzo, with its green valleys and the coral Dolomites, are an ideal destination in both summer and winter. Walk through the beautiful landscape towards the peaks of Tofane and Monte Cristallo. In the winter it is a true paradise for winter sports enthusiasts with spectacular slopes and panoramic descents. Book a cosy Bed and Breakfast Cortina d'Ampezzo and explore this picturesque spot.
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