UNESCO: World heritage site of the Dolomites

Tre cime di Lavaredo (Drei Zinnen), Schlern, Seiser Alm (high altitude alpine meadow) and Rosengarten, Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park, the Bletterbachschlucht  (ravine) and the Geisler-Spitzen...
Eloquent names which certainly mean something for enthusiastic mountaineers and nature-lovers. In appearance, the Dolomites are as unique as they are in their geology.  A dream-like setting for hikers and bikers, and an idyllic habitat for many wild animals and rare plants.

Among other mountain ranges, in 2009 the Dolomites were accepted onto the list of UNESCO world heritage sites, "being of an extraordinary, monumental beauty", as described by the committee.

Dolomites, vineyards, castles, fruit orchards... From the heart of South Tyrol, all South Tyrolean highlights/landmarks can be reached in approx. one hour. In less than 60 minutes' travel, you can witness the Jaufen mountain pass, the birthplace of Andreas Hofer, the Pustertal valley or take a trip to the biggest, most beautiful alpine plateau in Europe – the Seiser Alm.

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