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Cortina d’Ampezzo

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An escape for the Italian jet-set and globetrotting cognoscenti, Cortina d’Ampezzo is an affluent Alpine resort town ideal for hitting the slopes in winter and soaking up the sun come summer.

Cortina d’Ampezzo is regally perched in the heart of the breath-stealing Dolomites, the UNESCO World Heritage site-designated mountain range, in Italy’s northern Veneto region. Equally as stunning as the natural setting known for world-class skiing, hiking and golf, is the elegant storybook-styled town with charming cobbled streets and studded with designer boutiques, wine bars and Michelin-starred restaurants.

-°C / -°F Euro Italian Treviso Airport (TSF), Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE)

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  1. Parish of Saints Philip and James Apostles
    1. Parish of Saints Philip and James Apostles

    Spend time admiring the prime examples of baroque architecture and art in the centro storico (old town) parish built between 1769 and 1775 by architect M. Promperg-Costa. Towering beside it is the most iconic local structure, the campanile, or bell tower, which stands in the same spot as a tower dating back to 1590. The church underwent a complete renovation from 2007 to 2009 under the direction of architect Gianluca Ghedini. Inside, notice the statues of Cortina d’Ampezzo’s patron saints Philip and James, impressive frescoes and ornate marble-clad altar.

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  2. Tofana Cortina Freccia nel Cielo
    2. Tofana Cortina Freccia nel Cielo

    Climb 11,000 feet up to Tofana di Mezzo, the highest peak in Cortina d’Ampezzo without ever breaking a sweat by zipping up on a scenic cable car ride. Pack a picnic and bask in the panoramic Dolomite views from the large viewing terrace. For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, arrange for a sunrise or sunset tour at the top.

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  3. Gallery Hausammann
    3. Gallery Hausammann

    Private art collector Renato Hausammann opened Gallery Hausammann in 1961, and marking the first contemporary art gallery in Cortina d’Ampezzo. The forward-thinking gallery features rotating exhibitions of an international roster of renowned modern and emerging artists. It is now overseen by the third generation of the family, and has expanded with a gallery in Miami’s Wynwood Design District in Florida.

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  4. Stadio Olimpico del Ghiaccio
    4. Stadio Olimpico del Ghiaccio

    Glide across the rink of the site of the opening ceremony and events of the 1956 Winter Olympics at the Stadio Olimpico del Ghiaccio. The impressively designed glass-walled sports center hosts hockey, figure skating curling and broomball, but visitors can lace-up skates and take some laps around the rink year-round. A skateboarding area and outdoor Dolomite-themed playground offer diversions for the whole family.

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  5. Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites
    5. Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites

    Just north of the town center is the Natural Park of the Ampezzo, over 28,000 pristine acres of parkland protected by a conservancy established in 1990. Explore rambling trails on day hikes and spy roe deer, ibex and foxes as they scramble across your path. Pack binoculars for getting a glimpse of soaring birds of prey and a bug’s-eye view of exotic flora, such as 35 species of exquisite orchids.

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  6. Museo della Grande Guerra 1914-1918
    6. Museo della Grande Guerra 1914-1918

    It’s difficult to imagine that this scenic natural playground featured prominently on the Alpine front, and was the site of numerous battles from 1914–1918 during the first World War. Military-minded history buffs will not want to miss this well-curated museum dedicated to soldiers and their stories that opened in 2002. For a truly immersive experience, opt for the guided snowshoe trek with an expert historian to barracks, reconstructed trenches and is capped with a hearty lunch and mulled wine.

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  7. La Cooperative Cortina
    7. La Cooperative Cortina

    Indulge in retail therapy at La Cooperative Cortina—an everything-under-the-sun department store and collection of independent shops. Established in 1893, it was the first cooperative of independent vendors offering everything from sickles and pasta to coffee and wine in South Tyrol. Shop for outdoor gear from international brands such as North Face, pick up gourmet foods as a unique souvenir and handmade Italian goods.

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Cristallo
A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Italy

Via Rinaldo Menardi 42,
Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy
32043

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Cristallo A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Italy

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Transvital Spa & Beauty Center Transvital Spa & Beauty Center

Exclusive Swiss-based treatments are designed to turn back time, relieve stress and renew energy at this rejuvenating spa with sauna, indoor pool and Turkish bath.

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Chef's Private Table Chef's Private Table

Feast on classic mountain-inspired dishes such as venison with polenta and rich fondue at this tucked-away dining room experience that evokes a private dinner party.

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The Hotel Bar The Hotel Bar

Sink into a plush loveseat for an après-ski tea service with all the trimmings, or wind down in the evening with a signature Cristallo Cocktail, a blend of lychee liqueur and rosé champagne.

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