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Braies & the Dolomites

Braies and the Dolomites

 

Braies and the Dolomites
 

Hotel Trenker is less than a mile away from the natural spectacle of Lake Braies, in the picturesquely sleepy Braies Valley. Enjoy your well-deserved break here, far from the madding crowds.

 

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Braies Valley in winter
Braies Valley

The Braies Valley is a side valley of the Pusteria Valley. Ferrara, the main location in the valley, looks small and sleepy. Around it, there are even smaller hamlets like San Vito and individual farms. The Braies valley splits into two arms and at the end of each arm there is a natural gem: Lake Braies and Prato Piazza. Read more!
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Braies Valley in winter
Prato Piazza

Prato Piazza is at the end of the eastern arm of the Braies Valley. It is a 2000 metre plateau that you can reach by car or even more easily by bus. From here, you can explore the mountains along easy and demanding paths. Read more!
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Lake Braies
Lake Braies

Lake Braies is at the end of the western arm of the Braies Valley at 1500 metres. The lake can appear in a spectrum of colours that range from sky blue to emerald green. Surrounded by the mighty peaks of Sasso del Signore, Croda del Becco and of Monte Nero, the lake is an enchanting place. It radiates naturalness, calm, serenity and peace and it comes as no surprise that it is known as an esoteric power place. Read more!
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Pusteria Valley
Pusteria Valley

The Pusteria Valley marks the northern border of the Dolomites. It runs from the Chiusa di Rio di Pusteria in South Tyrol to the Chiusa di Lienz in East Tyrol and its highest point is half way at Dobbiaco. The Pusteria Valley is a broad green valley. It is characterised by lush green meadows in the valley, the dark green spruce and pine woods of the slopes and by the sheer rock walls of the Dolomites rising up behind them. Read more!
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Dolomites
Dolomites

The Dolomites are South Tyrol's best known mountain range. It was here that Reinhold Messner cut his teeth as a mountaineer. Where this limestone range now towers there was once a shallow sea with a lot of coral and dinosaurs. This is reflected in the many fossils. Read more!
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Castle of Campo Tures
South Tyrol

South Tyrol, Italy's most northerly province, weaves its spell on many people. There are many reasons for this, like the people who live here. There are three official languages: Italian, German and Ladin. The climate ranges from Mediterranean in the south to high-Alpine on the steepest peaks. In the valleys with their mild, warm climates excellent wines are grown. The original red grapes of South Tyrol are Vernatsch and Lagrein. The original white grape is Gewürztraminer. You have more than likely already tried apples from South Tyrol - 12% of European apples come from here. Read more!
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Terence Hill
Terence Hill
 
Shooting for the successful Italian series "Un passo dal cielo" (Just a step away from Heaven) started in the summer of 2010. Since then Terence Hill, the main character, has been coming to Lake Braies and the Alta Pusteria Valley for filming the series which is now already in its third season.
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Our offers

White Weeks 6+1

White Weeks 6+1

02.07.2018 - 14.01.2019

Special offer: stay 7 nights and
pay only 6

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