The focus of many of my childhood daydreams about travel.
How I longed to wander through cobblestoned streets, to explore castles filled with history, and to experience cultures far removed from my own.
For an Australian, going to Europe is a bit of a rite of passage, and for good reason. After all, what’s not to love about Europe? Croissants for breakfast, cities dripping in history and culture, and the sheer diversity of the entire continent.
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With absolutely incredible 360-degree views, the via ferrata to the summit of Gran Cir in the Val Gardena region of Italy’s Dolomites is the perfect pocket-sized adventure suitable for just about everyone. Read this in-depth guide for all the information you need!
The perfect combination of hiking mountains, adventuring through forests, and relaxing lakeside at one of the Dolomites most underrated alpine lakes, the hike to Lago di Sorapis needs to be added to your Italian Dolomites itinerary immediately.
One of the most popular and picturesque lakes in the Dolomites, Lago di Braies is a stunning combination of deep blue water, reflected mountain peaks, and quaint wooden boats. Read this in-depth guide to find out all the information you need to visit for yourself.
At the heart of the Rosengarten Mountains in the Dolomites, Italy, lies the Vajolet Towers - a haven for climbers, hikers, and skiers alike. With a multitude of routes with varying difficulties, from an afternoon stroll to full-on adventure mode, the hike to the Vajolet Towers is an absolute must on any traveller’s itinerary.
A perfectly still alpine lake of deep emerald, Lago di Carezza mirrors the looming Latemar Mountains like a beautiful painting. Read this blog post for all the information you need to visit this hidden gem yourself.
Lago di Tenno, located in the Dolomites, about two and a half hours from Venice, is a deep blue alpine lake perfect for every kind of traveller. Interested in seeing Lake Tenno for yourself? Read this guide for all the information you need.