The Dolomites include three provinces: Trento, Bolzano and Belluno. If you come from Verona airport, you will have to rent a car and take the wonderful Modena-Brenner motorway towards Brenner. Exit at the Ora station and take the national road in the direction of Cavalese.
Cavalese is the capital of the Val di Fiemme, a spacious and sunny alpine valley which will lead you to the nice village of Predazzo.
Val di Fassa begins here, where you can admire the wonderful spectacle of the Dolomitic peaks of Catinaccio - , the “Rose Garden” (Rosengarten) in German.
I recommend you to watch this mountain range at sunset in order to enjoy the wonderful spectacle of the pink mountains (read also Why are the Dolomites pink at sunset and sunrise?).
— Aleksey Malevaniy (@almozavr) 27 Marzo 2011
Dolomites driving route: drive to 2,200 meters asl
During your visit, continue to drive until the beautiful village of Canazei, capital of the Val di Fassa and go up to Passo Pordoi (2,229 m) dominated by Sasso Pordoi which reaches 2,950 m.
It’s likely you want to leave the car and get on the beautiful cableway linking the Passo with the peak. You will enjoy one of the most beautiful views in the world - .
If you like exclusive places and high class places, I recommend you to continue until Cortina d’Ampezzo, the pearl of the Dolomites. You will have to go down until the village of Arabba and then pass the Passo Falzarego. Cortina is a real city, quite different from the mountain villages around, and is the highlight of the tour that I am recommending you.
This Dolomites driving route on Google Maps
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