It's official: the Dolomite mountains in northeastern Italy are one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world: in 2009 UNESCO added them to the list of Natural World Heritage Sites. 200 million years old, these craggy, colorful, majestic peaks rise to 10,000 ft (3,000 metres) in height.

People go to the Dolomites to ski, to climb, to trek, to mountain bike, ride chairlifts and cable cars, explore villages and sit by lakes, and just to look in awe at their sheer beauty. Summer or winter, the Dolomites are a popular destination.

Practical Info

The easiest way to get to the Dolomites if you're not driving is by train from Venice S.Lucia station to Calalzo di Cadore. The nearest airports are Venice or Treviso. There are airport transfer services from the airports to the Dolomite resorts.

Tours & Tickets

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Dolomite Mountains Small Group Day Trip from Venice

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 323 Reviews

Escape the city and spend a day in the Dolomite Mountains on a full-day trip from Venice! With an expert driver-guide to tell you all about the region, you’ll ...  Read more

Location: Venice, Italy
Duration: 8 hours 30 minutes (approx.)

From USD $150.59

Dolomites Day Trip from Milan: Renon Plateau and Bolzano

4.5 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Spend a day in the UNESCO-listed Dolomite Mountains and explore Renon Plateau and the charming mountain town of Bolzano. After traveling from Milan by coach, ...  Read more

Location: Milan, Italy
Duration: 13 hours (approx.)

From USD $145.01

Venice Super Saver: Dolomite Mountains Day Trip and Skip-the-Line Venice in One Day Tour

3 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

Visit the beautiful Dolomite Mountains on a day trip and enjoy an action-packed tour of Venice on an exciting Super Saver, spread over two full days. Combining ...  Read more

Location: Venice, Italy
Duration: 2 days (approx.)

From USD $210.71

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