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Dolomites, Italy: Tirolean Culture and Alpine Adventures – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide

Dolomites, Italy: Tirolean Culture and Alpine Adventures - Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide

Dolomites, Italy: Tirolean Culture and Alpine Adventures – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide

Watch the full episode: The Dolomites, Italy’s dramatic rocky rooftop, offer some of the best mountain thrills in Europe. Here, the region’s Austrian history survives in a warm, blue-aproned, felt-hat-with-feathers way. The Tirolean village of Kastelruth is a good home base for your exploration of the Alpe di Siusi, Europe’s largest alpine meadow. More info about travel to Italy: #ricksteves #ricksteveseurope #dolomites

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“Dolomites, Italy: Tirolean Culture and Alpine Adventures – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide” hakkında 27 yorum

  1. Jessica Rettally

    Stunning! This is what we all need to be watching…beautiful scenery traditions families enjoying life…feeds our soul during challenging times

  2. Alpe di Siusi and Castelrotto, is only a nine part of the entire system. Dolomiti, infact, are compose by 9 system. Rick talked about the nine mart of them situated in Bolzano province. The rest is magnificent and situated in Belluno, Trento and Pordenone province (all italian culture and language). Higher Dolomiti are in Belluno province.

  3. Thanks to the Dolomites video, I'm having a wonderful vacation in my room instead of going on vacation. Thank you for the video. I really enjoyed it. 🙏💖🥰

  4. Ramona Krausnick

    When I went to South Tyrol (called Alto Adige in Italian and SudTirol in German) for the first time in 1987 I thought I had died and gone to heaven. The Dolomites are spectacular! When Italy opens back up and you can visit, go along the Strada del Vino which is the wine route in Alto Adige from Salorno to Nalles via Bolzano – best wines anywhere.
    (My dad was born in Trentino-Alto Adige and I still have family in Salorno in Alto Adige. When I lived with my cousins there in 1990 I lived like a native and not a tourist and have visited them a total of 7 times – living like a native is the only way to learn about the everyday life of the people. I speak Italian with the Tyrolean dialect and they speak no English (Italian and German) so brush up on either language before you go). Buon viaggio!

  5. Davide Falangetto

    Noooo again!! People from abroad always make this mistake. The Dolomites fall under Alto-Adige only for a small portion of their terriyory the big majority of them are under the Venetian cultural and historical region. Within the Alto Adige South Tyrol, the Dolomites are only a very small portion of the territory not the whole region

  6. Davide Falangetto

    Rick, you only talked of the Dolomites as If they only are in South Tyrol. This is very disprectful for the other Dolomites territories, that are the big 80% of this region of the Alps. We all speak Italian here, you just mentioned the smallest part of this magnificent territory

  7. I'm speechless to describe the beauty of Europe and I have request to all people that live in this world, please always stand with nature first🥇

  8. Mussolini italianized only a little part of Dolomiti: province of Bolzano. The most part of Dolomiti was of italian culture (Veneto, Friuli and Trento).

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