Cultural gems of the
UNESCO-World Heritage site

Culture in the Dolomites

From history to customs

Walk along the paths of the past, visit historic buildings and experience traditional festivities - the Dolomites and their villages are steeped in history and customs. This unique landscape has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009 and attracts visitors with its magnificent churches, fabulous castles and picturesque mountain villages.

Whether it’s relics of the First World War along the trails, traditional customs in the foothill villages or museums housing cultural treasures: past and present meet in the Dolomites.

Discover the 2 Worlds of Dolomiti Supersummer

Dolomiti Bike Galaxy

For all MTB enthusiasts

Dolomiti Hike Galaxy

Walking through a heavenly scenery

sports and activities 

in all shapes and size

family first

A rollercoaster of experiences: during the summer months, the Dolomites offer fun for the whole family. Whether you’re biking, hiking, roaming the national parks or climbing a via ferrata - action, excitement and variety are guaranteed for all ages!

For younger visitorFamilys, highlights include the high ropes course, summer toboggan run and dizzying zipline. What are you waiting for? Whisk your little scientists and researchers away for a family break in the Dolomites!

SuperSummer lift pass

100 cable cars transport visitors to the heart of the summer Dolomites that stretch across three Italian provinces. The best part? Hikers, bikers and mountaineers can use any of the 100 lifts with just one Supersummer lift pass.

Two versions of the Supersummer Card are available: a transferable points card or a season ticket. The points card is particularly well-suited for families or hiking groups who use a card together until the credit is used up. With the points card, the cost of uphill trips is reduced by 20 percent and downhill trips by 35 percent. The non-transferable season ticket, on the other hand, is best suited for mountain bikers, multi-day tours and long-distance hikers.

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