Sightseeing Tours

100% customizable

Embark on a scenic journey to explore the Dolomites from Venice and explore the majestic sights that await you. The Dolomite mountains are considered the most breathtaking mountain range in Europe! Throughout the day we will do numerous scenic stops at panoramic viewpoints chosen by your knowledgeable, passionate guide. At each stop you will have free time to relax & explore. Our private tours are 100% customizable! Our team of local travel experts, with their comprehensive destination knowledge, will listen to what you love, your preferences, your wishes and will create your perfect Itinerary! You will get the best value for money.


Located at an altitude of 2,117 meters, the Falzarego pass connects the famous Badia Valley with the Ampezzo. The Falzarego pass was the scene of bloody battles during the Great War. Starting from the pass, the Lagazuoi cable car rides up to 2,740 meters (9,000 ft) above sea level, just below the summit of Mt Lagazuoi. Once on top, you will find the highest and the largest mountain hut in Cortina d'Ampezzo. You will enjoy a breathtaking view from the most panoramic terrace in the Dolomites! The Lagazuoi refuge offers a bar and restaurant with 200 seats on the terrace. Also, you can visit an open-air Museum of World War 1, and the Lagazuoi EXPO Dolomiti exhibition.

Lake Misurina

The Misurina Lake, at 1754 meters above sea level, is one of the most beautiful lakes in Italy and the largest natural one in the Cadore area. It is embraced by some of the most noble mountain outlines in the Dolomites such as Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Cristallo and Marmarole. When you are here, it’s like you’re in a fairy tale! The first thing to do once you get to Misurina is definitely a walk around the lake. The excursion is really easy and will take you about 30 minutes. During the walk you'll be able to observe the beautiful Dolomite peaks that surround the lake, flora and fauna of great naturalistic interest and some nice waterfowl present, including several species of ducks.

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