Where Dolomites are?

Dolomites are located in the north-east Italy, between the Austrian border to the north and the Venetian plain to the south; they specifically involve the two regions to the north of Italy, the Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige, represented by Belluno, Trento and Bolzano.

How to reach Dolomites

Three main international airports are Milan, Venice and Monaco (Germany). There are also three smaller regional airports in Innsbruk (Austria), Verona, Bolzano.
Dolomites can be reached by car in about 4 ½ hours from Milan, 3 ½ from Monaco, 2 ½ from Innsbruk, Verona, Venice.
Trains and buses are good, especially at peak times.


These mountains cover an area of more than 90 km from north to south and 100 km from east to west.
Dolomites are composed by 15 mountain ranges each of which reaches about 3,000 m. altitude. These massifs are separated by rivers, valleys and passes. The most important rivers are Isarco and Adige to the west; Rienza to the north; Piave to the east, Avisio Cordevole flowing from north to south through the Dolomites.
The only massive west on Adige is the group of Brenta, slightly separated from the rest of the Dolomites.

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