4 days and 3 nights leaving from Milan. Small groups tour discovering the most amazing Italian mountains: the Dolomites.You'll have the chance to discover the beautiful town of Verona before commencing your trip to the mountain. Visit of Canazei, Fiemme and Fassa Valleys, Cortina, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Alpine lakes, mountain passes, Merano, Bolzano and Trento.
Day 1Outgoing to Verona, with a brief city tour. This town is known all around the world for its Coliseum called Arena and main symbol as Juliet balcony, that represents the most important love-story of the literature, written by Shakespeare and inspired to real facts of the two enemy Verona families. Next, departure to Cortina d'Ampezzo with route through Val di Fiemme and Fassa, Canazei with stop and visit. Accommodation: 2 nights in the heart of CortinaDay 2 - BBreakfast at the hotel. Outing to Lake Misurina. (situated in a perfect position among woods and Dolomites tops, Three peaks of Lavaredo the most important ones, probably one of the best places for alpinism experts). Then, way to Lake Braies, with a strange and shining colour blue of its water that make it as unique in the world. We follow to Val Pusteria and Val Badia through incredible passes, like Giau and Gardena. Return to Cortina.Day 3 - BBreakfast at the hotel. the trip continues through the mountain passes: Passo Falzarego which is situated in the basin that surrounds Cortina. Between Val di Fassa and Val Gardena, it gives us a marvellous view, both in winter and summer. Stop to have a look to the wonderful Lake Carezza, close to Passo Costalunga. Free time for lunch. Departure to Merano and visit. Continuation to Bolzano. We'll visit the main central streets, as Via dei Portici, core of the Medieval town. Rest of the evening free for your personal visits. Accommodation: in the heart of BolzanoDay 4 - BBreakfast at the hotel. Departure to Trento, capital of the region. The city is dominated by the castle, known as del Buon Consiglio, symbol of the House of Habsburg which dominated the district for many centuries. Santa Maria Maggiore, built in the XVI century and one of the first work of Renaissance and Gothic age. Palace Geremia, building that represents the XVI century. Visit and free time for lunch. Finally, back to Milan and end of the tour.