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Parco Nazionale Dolomiti Bellunesi

Piazza Angelo E Luciano Zancanaro 1, 32032, Feltre, Italy
+39 0439 3328
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Nature at its best

Unique mountains because of their shape and geological structure. No much of infrastructure here so... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2016
beppo81
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Antwerp, Belgium
NATURE "AS IT IS"

This National Park has been left as it is, without infrastructures, except for a few simple... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2016
Canguu
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Belluno, Veneto, Italy
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8 Aug 2016
“Nature at its best”
26 May 2016
“NATURE "AS IT IS"”
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Piazza Angelo E Luciano Zancanaro 1, 32032, Feltre, Italy
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Reviewed 8 August 2016

Unique mountains because of their shape and geological structure. No much of infrastructure here so your best bet is your own wheels and mostly your legs for wonderful hikes. Several sights have been crucial during WWI and can still be visited.

1  Thank beppo81
Reviewed 26 May 2016

This National Park has been left as it is, without infrastructures, except for a few simple lodgings and trattorie. Here you can find Nature as it is, there are no museums to describe it, because you can experience nature itself, by walking and hiking on...More

1  Thank Canguu
Reviewed 23 September 2015

Hidden away in the forests of the Parco Nazionale Dolomiti you will discover these beautiful turquoise blue, natural cascading plunge pools. These are remarkable creations of nature which are the epitome of exquisite. The only downside to these gems is that in the heat of...More

1  Thank DamianSadie
Reviewed 25 December 2014

These are the most beautiful mountains in the whole world - part of UNESCO. The views are amazing, and even if you stay here for a lifetime you cannot get borred.

1  Thank mirekla
Reviewed 21 October 2014

the Dolomites are spectacular and the villages are enchanting - set around lakes or perched in narrow valleys

4  Thank Trisha C
Reviewed 22 November 2013

If you're staying in Veneto, do try to make it to the Dolomites national park. The views are stunning, as is the drive through the mountain roads. We visited on an august public holiday, so it was very busy. Nevertheless, it was extremely enjoyable. The...More

5  Thank Elle_M7
Reviewed 6 February 2013

Stunning place! Lovely villages on the foothills. Amazing lakes and natural environment. Easy to visit on bike.

2  Thank Luigi M
Reviewed 30 April 2012

The park is located in the South-eastern district of the Dolomitic Alps, form a complex mountain range, running from the Vette di Feltre to Mount Schiara, and overlooking one of the largest of alpine valleys (media valle del Piave). I consider it quite wild compared...More

2  Thank EasyBabylon
Reviewed 24 February 2012

Perfect to hike! Lovely environment and the weather was perfect where.

1  Thank Nozick
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Helen s
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Better take a bus. From Belluno to BOLZANO BELLUNESE (you can ask the ticket office of the buses just in front of the railway station). From there you can walk to LOCANDA CASE BORTOT (may be one hour walk approx, but you can... More
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