Six Must-visit Sites in Italy’s South Tyrol; Roger Fulton; Active Traveller

Italy’s best-kept secret, the northernmost South Tyrol region is a unique blend of culture and landscape, with some striking places to visit. Here are six…

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Win A Spectacular Holiday For Two In Italy’s South Tyrol Worth Over £800!; Active Traveller

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The Dolomites: Where Italian Cuisine and Adventure Reach New Heights; Alexandra Kirkman; MSN

The Dolomites: Where Italian Cuisine and Adventure Reach New Heights

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The dazzling Dolomites offer some of Europe’s most scenic hikes; Ute Junker; Traveller

The area is so rich in trails that choosing which one to tackle first is difficult.

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The undeniable charm of Alleghe in wintertime; Liz; Young Adventuress

Italy knows how to do winter right. Show me the pasta!

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Südtirol Drei Zinnen Alpine Run joins the Mountain Running World Cup; Richard Bolt; ATRA

The 2019 Südtirol Drei Zinnen Alpine Run, to be held on Saturday 14 September, will be race #6 in the World Mountain Running Association’s annual World Cup.

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A Californian-style high-altitude health kick at the Rosa Alpina hotel; Christina Ohly Evans; Financial Times

Head for the hills as The Ranch Malibu pops up in the Italian Dolomites…

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What to do in Alta Badia, South Tyrol; National Geographic Traveller

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…

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The Slopes Less Taken: Going on a Ski Safari in the Dolomites; Amy Tara Koch; Vogue

Each day, you’ll ski a different resort and have lunch in the type of rustic, postcard-perfect eatery that commands an Instagram.

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Skiing in South Tyrol: Mountains that inspired Le Corbusier, exquisite dining and the world’s most picturesque museum; Lilias Wigan; Country Life

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.

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