Cortina d’Ampezzo is one among the most famous and renowned Italian ski destinations.
The area is included in the Dolomiti Superski carousel and it boasts over 120 km of slopes and also includes San Vito di Cadore, Auronzo and Misurina. Even the younger skiers can feel the adrenaline in the air which has all to do with numerous World Cup, Nordic Skiing Championships, and numerous race competitions of every type having been held here. Queen of these was of course the Winter Olympic Games held here back in 1956 but still fondly remembered.

Panorama cortina d'Ampezzo

So, lots of history and memories are associated with Cortina, and nowadays you also have great opportunities to relax in perfect settings after a day on the slopes – pleasant walks, great restaurants choice, the top in shopping. All adds up to make this resort the real Pearl of the Dolomites.
In Cortina one can pick up next season’s fashion trends just by walking down Corso Italia, the top spot for those who like to shop. The town centre offers a wealth of stores spanning fashion, accessories, home furnishings, sport and art. It is impossible not to be charmed by the numerous artisans’ shops, a testimony to original Ampezzan artistic expression.
Excellent snow-making facilities means that the ski season is guaranteed from the end of November until late April. The ski area of Cortina d’Ampezzo comprises three mountain ranges connected by a free-of-charge ski bus.


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