It is going to be a busy summer in Cortina and in the Italian Dolomites.
Tons of events, outdoor activities and happenings to make you feel the real Dolomite mood.
What to do, see, experience in the Italian Dolomites this August?
Whether you are a sports addicted, a bookworm or a foodie, we have selected some of the most super fun events in the Dolomites
Stay with us, write us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +39 0436 867344 and just have fun.
Delicious Slow Trekking: gazing at the stars from sunset to dawn in the Dolomites
Walk with the alpine guides of Cortina, discover the mountains, the peaks, the little rifugio and stop on the way to taste some of the local food specialties in the rifugi open all through the night.
It's a 42 km trail to explore the Dolomites and its excellent food
Start of the Delicious Slow Trekking:
8 pm at Ciasa de ra Regoles, 3rd August
Duration of the trekking:
Lenght of the trekking:
42 km/26 mil
Registration Delicious Slow Trekking:
More details on Delicious Slow trekking:
more info here
Yoga on the peak of the Dolomites in summer
Practising yoga in Nature is super fun and super healing.
Do not miss your practise: come every Tuesday at 10.30 am at the Rifugio Faloria.
Certified yoga teachers will practise with you on the terrace of the rifugio.
Ever thought of practising in the heart of a Unesco World Heritage Site? That's your chance.
Remember to breath in the oxygen and the beauty and breath out all the toxic feelings and thoughts.
at 10.30 am every Tuesday till 29th August
Duration of the class:
More info and how to reserve your yoga class:
more info here or call us
Summer at the open air museum: free tour of the Museo della Grande Guerra in the Dolomites
Live the story live: the Museo all'aperto Grande Guerra hosts the re-enactement of some events and of the ordinary life of soldiers who fought on the Italian/Austrian border during WW1.
A new way to experience history hands on.
every day from 9.30 am till 9th September
Duration of the visit:
1 h 30 min
find all the details at the WW1 Museum website
Bookworm: Cortina is the place to be in the Dolomites in summer
The book festival “Una Montagna di libri” has reached the 10th year.
It has been recently awarded with the “Medaglia del Presidente della Repubblica”, one of the highest Italian acknowledgement for its cultural contribution.
If you are still pondering what to read this summer or you have read a book and woudl love to hear more about it, why not checking the festival program?
all through August. Find the detailed program here
circa 1 h
free event. Reservation via mail is warmly requested email@example.com.
find every detail at the website
Photo exhibition Oltre at Lagazuoi Expo
Stefano Zardini and its portfolio: mountains, peaks but also landscapes and everyday objects to look further, look deepr through the surface.
everyday from 9.30 to 4.40 pm
Lagazuoi Expo at Lagazuoi, on the top of Passo Falzarego.
Duration of the visit:
approx 30 min
find all the details here