Cradled by snow-capped peaks and carpeted by tranquil forests and lush Alpine meadows chiming with cowbells, South Tyrol offers a natural theatre basking in a Mediterranean climate — and an intriguing mix of landscapes, culinary traditions and cultures…
Each day, you’ll ski a different resort and have lunch in the type of rustic, postcard-perfect eatery that commands an Instagram.
Once described by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier as ‘the most beautiful buildings in the world’, the Dolomite mountains in northeastern Italy were declared a UNESCO world heritage site only a decade ago. Hemmed in by these mountains lies the province of South Tyrol. This region was part of Austria until the aftermath of the First World War, and the area remains distinctly Teutonic to this day.
As the art world takes a break for the winter holidays, skiing resorts – from France to Japan, and from Switzerland to Canada – offer much to enjoy.
Messner Architects was commisioned to create architectonic, landscaping and graphic standards for look-outs in the World Heritages Site Dolomiti UNESCO.
Source: BELLA VISTA | Messner Architects
The ski season is upon us. The European Alps remain one of the top ski destinations in the world. Here are some of the most desirable places to hit the slopes.
Source: The Best Ski Spots in Europe
Italy’s Alta Badia is the cycling trip that every foodie needs to try thanks to spectacular scenery, wildlife and thriving culinary scene…
From attending the magical Sounds of the Dolomites music festival to exploring the majestic mountains in Trentino, Northen Italy.