Cortina D’Ampezzo: The most beautiful destination from italian Alps

“They can be white as snow, golden as the sun, gray as clouds, pink as roses, black as burned wood, red as blood … Above all, what color do they have for those who look at them from the bottom of the valleys? White? Yellow? Pearlescent? Gray? 0 silver shade? Or the pallor of a corpse? Are there stones or clouds? Are they true or is it a dream? “The lines above were written by Dino Buzzati, the leading writer of Italian literature of the twentieth century, while gazing at the ever-changing and unforgettable spectacle of the Dolomites, the mountains that are” the most beautiful opera Architectural world, “as Le Corbusier, another great personality of the last century.

For their unique beauty, UNESCO has included the World Heritage list in 2010. Undoubtedly the Dolomites are wonderful in their whole.

But their enchanting beauty lies in the profile of peaks in each of their valleys and villages. Surely, tourists keep a certain place in the soul or a view of these mountains. Are the Dolomites more beautiful in winter or summer? And this is a matter of taste – or of feeling.

If you’re a skiing enthusiast you should know that alongside Megeve in France and Saint Moritz in Switzerland, Cortina D’Ampezzo forms that incredible treasure of mountain beauty. The three are probably the most beautiful, expensive and sought-after ski resorts in Europe.

It is certain, however, that the title of “Queen of the Dolomites” belongs to the town of Cortina d’Ampezzo in any season. It is no coincidence that the famous Dolomites Road, opened in 1909, was meant to connect the cities of Bolzano and Cortina; It is no coincidence that in 1956 the first Dolomites were held here, and that the valley – surrounded by famous peaks including Tofane, Cristallo, Faloria, Cinque Torri, Becco del Mezzodi, Sorapiss and Croda da Lago – was the setting for La Do / ce Vita altitude filming, and has always offered a combination of sport and exquisite stylish moods, spiced with typical Italian vivacity. Myth of Cortina has the role of “an elderly lady” (who has just changed her makeup to look somewhat younger): Cristallo, the first five-star luxury hotel in the Alps, where were born famous love stories and Which served as the reference film, the first and most famous being the Pink Panther, with Peter Sellers.

The city also boasts a number of boutiques, restaurants and nightclubs that would shame many European capitals. In addition, it has one of Europe’s largest descent skiing and skiing areas and, in the immediate vicinity, the magnificent Tre Ci me di Lavaredo natural monument.

The Curtain Wall consists of a tower surrounded by two fir trees on the blue sky background. Below, on a golden ribbon, appears the Latin motto Modo vivo ac tuta quiesco, “I live simple and sleep quietly,” which, I must admit, is not at all suitable for a place like the Ampezzano jewelery. Although it is the Queen of the Dolomites, Cortina is in Italy, a land of paradoxes and extraordinary beauties.

Symbol of the alpine world and tourism; It is not known whether there are more recognizable and photographed peaks than the three known as Tre Cime di Lavaredo, which marks the border between the area of ​​Ampezzano in Veneto and Val Pusteria in Alto Aldige. Also known as the “Three Fingers of Dolomia”, these peaks shine with incredible colors at sunset.

 

Stunning view of the most imposing massive in the east of the Dolomites, Tofane. It boasts many famous ski slopes, a few cable tracks, iron stairs, piers, stairs, and trekking trails.

 

The swimming pool at Hotel Cristallo, the first five-star luxury hotel in the Alps, opened in 1901, tells all about the luxury of the resort of Cortina D’Ampezzo.

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