The Dolomites in the northernmost part of Italy are a stunning area to visit at any time of the year.
Wintertime is when the area has one of its peak seasons as it’s apparently Europe’s biggest area for skiing. Autumn sees the area burst into wonderful shades of yellows and reds in both the trees and the vineyards. Spring sees the area gaining the greens again while the summer season sees wild mountain flowers start to come into bloom.
So after many years of promising my daughter that I’d take her to Italy the decision was made to spend 4 nights there before heading down to Tuscany.
The Dolomites themselves are actually spread out across many miles so you have to choose what part interests you or stay in the various parts to see all of it. What isn’t evident at first look is the amount of driving that you can do. And if you’re not a fan of switchback roads and get uneasy in a car then definitely think first as you’ll come across many of these on journeys in the area.
So sit back and take a peak at what we got up to in the Dolomites.