The Dolomite Mountains boast some of the most spectacular panoramic views in Europe. In the spring and summer, a road trip is the perfect way to discover a variety of mountain passes and other magnificent locations.
A protected nature reserve, Lake Prags is by far one of the best-known sites in the Dolomites. Because of its popularity, the best time for a visit is in the early morning or evening. A nearby parking area provides for easy access to the lake.
The Three Merlons form a stunning massif in the Sexten Dolomites. The tallest of the three peaks towers at an altitude of 3,000 meters above sea level. A parking area at the foot of the mountain is the perfect starting point for numerous hiking trails which guide you through the heart of the Dolomites.
Gardena Pass offers drivers some of the most stunning views of the Dolomites. This mountain pass is perhaps most beautiful at night as the sun disappears behind the jagged mountain ridge in the distance.
Seceda sits at an altitude of 2,500 meters and is made unique by its unmistakable jagged peaks. You can take the cable car from St. Ulrich to reach the summit.
At 2,200 meters above sea level, this Alpine pass enchants with its breathtaking bends and sublime mountain panoramas. Upon reaching the peak, you can explore the pass on foot by setting out on any number of magnificent hiking trails.
The Seiser Alp is the largest Alpine meadow in Europe. It's vast, slightly hilly fields are perfect for long walks with incredible mountain views.
Lake Carezza is a protected natural reserve located just below the Carezza Pass. Feel free to go for a long walk around the lake to behold the majestic panoramic views provided by its azure water and the mountain range in the distance.
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