Perfect 4 Day Dolomites Itinerary – Hiking in Trentino, Italy


Hello, lovely people. I have been getting a lot of questions about my Trentino trip, therefore I have decided to put together a perfect 4 day Dolomites itinerary for you.

I love being in touch with you – my readers but time is precious, especially when you have a tendency to spend too many hours on Netflix (Narcos is my guilty pleasure!)

My trip to Trentino was pure magic, beautiful views, superb hiking routes and concerts in the high mountains.

Did I mention that in Trentino they take ‘aperitivo’ very seriously? Just like me! It seems like Trentino and I are a match made in heaven and we gonna live Happily Ever After.

After all, it does looks like a fairytale!

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Where and what are the Dolomites?

Never heard about the Dolomites before? Maybe because the ‘Italian Alps’ term is often used in regard to the Dolomites.

It is a mountain range in northeastern Italy, which is a part of the Southern Limestone Alps, therefore, I guess you can technically use the Italian Alps wording if you insist.

The Dolomites are also known as the “Pale Mountains” because of the carbonate rock dolomite they are made of.

Due to the calcium and magnesium carbonation, there is an unusual natural phenomenon you can observe in the Dolomites – Enrosadira, which literally means ‘turning pink’ in Ladin, an ancient language of inhabitants of Dolomites.

It takes place both at dusk and dawn but highly depends on weather conditions and time of the year, I wasn’t lucky enough to catch it, but you can easily check it on the Visit Trentino page.

Le Corbusier called the Dolomites “the most beautiful natural architectures in the world” and I truly agree with him.

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Why Trentino?

The Dolomites are nearly equally shared between the provinces of Belluno, South Tyrol and Trentino. I have chosen to explore and do some hiking in the Dolomites in Trentino for many different reasons.

Some of the most beautiful peaks – Cimon della Pala, unusual nature parks – Pale di San Martino and hiking trails with spectacular mountain views – Val Canali and Val Venegia are here. You don’t believe? Go check ‘50 Most Beautiful Pictures of Trentino’ I took.

Do you need more? Fine, people and food. Both are a mix between Italian and Germanic roots and heritage.

I’m talking Italian appreciation of good life with Germanic logistics. Or venison, mushrooms and polenta next to pizza and pasta in the restaurants. The best of both worlds.

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For whom?

For serious hiking enthusiast, for food and ‘aperitivo’ aficionados, for mountain and nature lovers, for ‘perfect Instagram spots’ hunters, for photographers in search of divine landscapes, for mountain bikers…

I could continue for a good few hours. You get the point.

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When to visit?

The whole year round. Trentino has something to offer every season but if you want my honest opinion summer is when you should go.

This perfect 4 day Dolomites itinerary is written with summer trips in mind, but September is still good too. The best hiking conditions, long days and ‘I Suoni delle Dolomiti’.

Sounds of Dolomites Festival is a music festival which takes place on the most unusual and unparalleled stages high in the mountains, where both audience and musicians have to reach on foot.

Superb performances ranging from jazz through the world to classical music pressed against spectacular backdrops of the Dolomites, something you never gonna experience anywhere else.

I attended a truly magical concert of Girls from ‘Ten Thing’ in the Pale di San Martino, unforgettable!

And all that for free. Yes, no kidding, concerts are free, you just need to hike there!

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How to get here?

By car, if you live in neighbouring countries, otherwise by plane.

You can get to Trentino by train and the bus as well, but considering you will be needing a car to move around, it is the easiest to rent it straight away from the airport.

The list of airports you can fly into is quite overwhelming and most of them are just a few hours drive away from your hotel.

Verona is the closest with Alitalia, Lufthansa, British Airways and many low-cost airlines flying in. But many others such as Bergamo, Milan Linate, Milano Malpensa, Venice, Bologna and even Inssbruck are easily doable.

I flew in from Poland and flew out to Romania via Bologna airport and then had a car take me to Trentino. As you know I have no driving licence, so public transport, hiking or a car with a driver for me.

But let’s talk about this perfect 4 day Dolomites itinerary I have prepared for you. I mean for myself, but now you can replicate it and do not stress much about planning it yourself.

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Perfect 4 Day Dolomites Itinerary

I have chosen to visit Fiera di Primiero, Val Canali, Val Venegia and Pale di San Martino. I planned my trip around Sounds of Dolomites Festival and you should check that option as well.

Day 1 – Discovery of Fiera di Primiero

Take an early morning flight to be in Trentino by noon. This way you have a whole day to take it easy, to discover the town and its surroundings.

Perfect 4 Day Dolomites ItineraryLunch  First and foremost, have a good lunch, let’s be honest priorities!

Check out great ‘Al Bus’ Restaurant close to Fiera di Primiero on your way to the afternoon activities in Mezzano.

The cheese selection is to die for!

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Borgo Mezzano – one of the most beautiful medieval villages of Italy you will see.

Host very original ‘Cataste & Canazei’ exhibition, which incorporates creative woodworks and art pieces into the natural environment of the village.

A must see!

Fiera di Primiero Dinner Pro hike

Fiera di Primiero– Next, after admiring Mezzano, check out beautiful Fiera.

Explore the town first, get some gelatos, photograph colourful houses and on the way to your dinner stop on the Via Bellavista to admire those spectacular views!

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– After all the sightseeing it is finally time for ‘aperitivo’ and dinner.

You should book a table at the Rifugio Caltena, to watch the sun setting over the mountain peaks while you are sipping on Aperol Spritz. Try their amazing homemade grappas!

Pro Hike – If you are eager to start hiking today, you can always trek up from Fiera di Primiero to Rifugio Caltena for dinner and back. It is a 5km hike with 547m ascent, which takes about 1,5h.

Day 2 – Pale di San Martino

Perfect 4 Day Dolomites ItineraryEasy hike – There are two options. First, you use Colverde-Rosetta cableways and you hike around Pale di San Martino as long as you feel like it.

Grab a lunch in Rifugio Rosetta and go back with cable cars to spend the rest of the day exploring San Martino.

Perfect 4 Day Dolomites ItineraryThe second option is to avoid cable cars and climb up to the plateau from Colverde Station as a starting point, enjoy lunch in Rifugio Rosetta and then back with cable cars. It is a 4-hour hike with 1195m up and 130m down.

You can hike down, but let’s be honest it is better to save your knees for the rest of the Trentino trip.

Perfect 4 Day Dolomites ItineraryPro hike – You should arrive early morning and take a Colverde cable-car – Rosetta cableway to reach Pale di San Martino.

The hike is from Refugio Rosetta through Passo Pradidali Basso. It is 3,5-hour hike with 200m ascent and 400m descent and back.

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Please remember it is a 7h hike plus breaks plus lunch, therefore, you need 9h in total.

With a cable car, it makes 10h round trip from San Martino di Castrozza.

Lunch in Rifugio Pedrotti.

To check all possible hikes go to San Martino website.

Dinner – You start in La Mia Enoteca for some ‘aperitivo’ and wine and move to Chalet Prà delle Nasse – Ristorante da Anita for an excellent dinner.

Day 3 – Van Canali and Lago Welsperg

Perfect 4 Day Dolomites ItineraryEasy hike – You should start with Lago Welsperg after breakfast, morning is the best time of the day to get a perfect reflection of rigid peaks in the water.

From the lake, it is an easy 50-minute walk, 3,3km and 203m ascent to Malga Canali, through Piereni Chalet.

Perfect 4 Day Dolomites ItineraryLunch – Malga Canali, it is one of the cutest places with the most amazing mountain view I have seen and it was my best meal in whole Trentino.

Tosella cheese with a sausage, potatoes with eatable flowers and fresh salad. Heaven! Tosella is a must try in Trentino!

Perfect 4 Day Dolomites ItineraryPro hike – From Malga Canali follow the road up to Rifugio Pradidali and Lake. It is a 2-hour and 6,7km hike with 1096m ascent and 125m descent.

It is 3h up from Lago Welsperg to Rifugio Pradidali. 1,5-2 hours back to Malga Canali and another 1h to Lago Welsperg plus lunch plus breaks you need 8h in total.

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Dinner – Enjoy dinner in your hotel, most hotels in the region offer full board packages
and have some fine restaurants.

That is my trick if I want to enjoy the SPA and Wellness Center and not to rush to get ready to go out for dinner. You deserve some ‘you time’ after all the hiking.

Day 4 – Val Venegia

It is the last day of my perfect 4 day Dolomites itinerary and I promise to have sth special for you!

Perfect 4 Day Dolomites ItineraryEasy hike – You go by car to Passo Rolle and climb from a parking lot to Baita Segantini and its amazing pond, where you can get some of the best reflection shots of Dolomites, I wasn’t lucky with the weather.

If you are into photography you want to be here at sunrise or sunset.

Perfect 4 Day Dolomites ItineraryNext, you follow to Malga Venegio where you can stop for a great lunch and some hot tea. After lunch, follow through the woods to Malga Juribello and then back to Passo Rolle.

It is a 12km hike, which will take about 3 hours. With decent and ascent not crossing 500m.

Pro hike – You do the easy hike with one little change.

From Baita Segantini you climb up to Rifugio Volpi al Mulaz where you can get some amazing views of Cima Bureloni and then down to Malga Venegio.

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From here you follow the easy hike instructions. It is 17,3 km hike with ascent and descent not crossing 600m mark. You choose which rifugio you have lunch in :)

It is a 5-hour hike plus lunch plus breaks, consequently are looking at 7-hour trip.

Perfect 4 Day Dolomites ItineraryDinner – You can finally have your well-deserved pizza. There is a great place in Tonadico – Lanterna Verde.

Always filled with happy locals, therefore, make sure you book, don’t expect a quiet meal out :)

Important Tip

If you have to take a plane in the evening do switch day 3 and 4. Val Canali can be done in half day so you can easily reach your airport for the evening flight.

I hope you enjoyed my perfect 4 day Dolomites itinerary. In addition, if you have any questions do not hesitate to comment on this post or send me an email.

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How to move around?

The best thing you can do is to rent a car. Trentino Trasporti provides great service all over the region with super modern buses but to have a freedom of moving where and when you please car is your best friend.

Unless you are a biker or a motorbike, then you go with your two-wheelers and wind in your hair.

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Where to stay?

To check out all of the above places your best option is to stay in Fiera di Primiero. You could stay in San Martino di Castrozza, but that is way too much driving for my liking.

I always go for an optimal option( therefore this perfect 4 day Dolomites itinerary is designed by this rule) as little car time possible so the rest of the day I can enjoy hiking and being outdoors, in nature. Or just sip Aperol spritz while looking at the rigid peaks playing ‘hide and seek’ game with clouds.

Hotels I recommend

Hotel Isolabella Wellness – A charming property in the centre of Fiera di Primiero with an SPA Center hard to beat. For all art and music enthusiast. Every room is dedicated to a different artist! Ultimately best place to stay!

Hotel Al Ponte –  Central and very quiet location near the historical centre of Fiera di Primiero, boasts a long tradition of family management dating back to 1923.

Hotel Astoria – Located in a traffic-free area of Fiera di Primiero, set on the banks of Cismon River offers amazing views of Pale di San Martino mountain range.

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Final Thoughts & Tips

◊◊◊ Pack for the mountains. Even if you travel in the summer, don’t be this tourist in flipflops on a hiking trail complaining it is not paved! (A real-life situation). Raincoat, fleece, trekking shoes, you know the drill.

I bet you want to mention my A Girl with a Scarf picture?! Points on you for being a sharp observer. It is indeed part of my image but as boring as it sounds I do change into those cute dresses.

I hike in long trousers, dirty trekking shoes and professional sportswear. The only fancy thing I own is my juicy red Jack Wolfskin raincoat.

◊◊◊ Don’t expect to lose much weight from all that hiking, food is way too good in Trentino.

◊◊◊ Plan your trip well in advance, this region gets busy and having considered how beautiful it is, no wonder!

◊◊◊ Don’t forget your camera gear. I did forget my tripod and options are very limited, especially in smaller mountain towns. The shop in Fiera di Primero had exactly one, which I bought, lucky me!

◊◊◊ And last but not least prepare to totally fall in love with everything Trentino.

In my modest opinion, this is a truly perfect 4 day Dolomites itinerary however if you want to check some other villages or hikes I do recommend checking Visit Trentino website.

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And do not hesitate to get in touch with me if you have any questions about Trentino.
More than happy to chat!

Cheers, Marysia



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46 thoughts on “Perfect 4 Day Dolomites Itinerary – Hiking in Trentino, Italy

  1. Ashley

    Is it possible to do this without taking the cable cars? Would that just mean no hikes? I have a crippling fear of lifts like that 🤣😳

    • Every one of those routes is doable without a cable car and I did most of them without, it just might take a bit longer than 4 days to cover the same places.
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  2. Amelie Parker

    Hi ! This is very informative & interesting article. Nice to read your blog post first time ever. I really appreciate this post. Thanks for sharing this awesome post.

  3. Maggie

    Hi Marysia!

    Many thanks for this guide. It looks wonderful. Do you know if you can still hike in late October? I can’t go any earlier.

    Many thanks!

    • Of course, you can, weather can be cooler and tougher but there are still options, it is a whole year destination, of course the views will be different.
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  4. Dana Shumanska

    Hi Marysia,
    We have just came back from Trentino and the first 3 days we just followed your tips: hiking to Magla Canali starting from the Welsberg Lake, San Martino (incl Rosetta), Passo Rolle!
    Everything was just as great as you had explained and that’s amazing! Sometimes we skipped the hiking and tried to get to the destinations by car as far as possible (just to save time for some other wonderful places).
    Thanks a lot for sharing this perfect itinerary!!!

    • Dear Dana, I’m so happy to see so many people following my itinerary and having such positive feedback about it, it is hard not to enjoy Trentino, as it is an awfully beautiful place, and hey driving to save time for more is always a good idea when places are accessible.
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  5. Kunal Oza


    Your pictures are mind blowing. Loved it.
    We are planning for short Dolomites trip this october end for 4 days. (I know not a good time)
    Though we are no where close to Hiking. 🙂
    So for us main thing is Scenic views and strolling around.

    Can you please help us ?

    Current Itinerary –

    Day 1 – Land in Verona Early morning
    Rent the Car Drive to Riva del Garda (2 hrs)
    From there move along towards Bolzano to catch Great Dolomites Road(Check Lake carrazza, sella pass, …)
    to reach Cortina dʼAmpezzo

    Day 2- Check Cortina dʼAmpezzo and Tre Cime di Lavaredo

    Day 3- Early Morning – Lake Braies and then head to Ortesie

    Day 4 – Val Garden , and Alpe de siuise and head back to Verona

    Does this sound good?

    • Sounds very doable but as well a lot of driving! The views will be so worth it though! And I wouldn’t say that October is that bad weather wise either!
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  6. Leslie

    Hi, did you have any issues with the elevation? I didn’t see how high it is up there (unless I missed it, oops!). I know some people have trouble breathing if it’s too high…your pictures are gorgeous!

    • Nope, I had no problems what so ever and the altitude is nothing to be afraid of in this region.
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  7. Chintu

    What about Lago Di Braies? You didnt visit that. Excuse my ignorance but I am going from London in august and want to cover as much as possible while renting a car.

    Your pictures are awesome how come you didnt go to Lago di Braies ?

  8. Patrick Kelly

    Hi I’ve just came across your website after searching to find information such as this – boy is it not easy to get such information. I haven’t read through it yet, but was hoping if you could answer some questions? What town/place would you recommend to be based for the 4 days, as I don’t wish to have to pack up every day. Also what are the must see/top of the list scenic sights and must do walks?

    • Patrick, don’t take me wrong, but my post answer all your questions, which city to stay for 4 days to have a base and which walks you can do from there. And I’m talking about what I loved most and what are must see in Trentino in summer. I even recommend you a hotel where you can stay :)
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    • Matt

      You’ve got to be joking Patrick!! Someone has delivered this information on a platter and you’re too lazy to even read the article??? You are an absolute moron.

      Marysia – Thank you so much for this incredible wealth of information! So well written and informative.


  9. Karl

    Hi, very useful article, nice photos (may be you can add the place names below your picture), gave the urge to visit! Do you think middle of May is good time to visit dolomites? I love photography & have to travel in public transport, but can walk reasonable distance. Pls can you suggest good place to stay on budget (hostels are fine for me) for 4 day trip? I plan another 3 days in lake Garda. 8th day back to Milan. Thanks.

    • As I said in the post I think it is best to stay somewhere in between all those great walks, and you can use public transport easily there or rent electric bikes :) Fiera di Primiero is a great to stay, there is many hotels there, my post recommends some :)
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  10. Carli

    Hi Marysia, did you stay every night in Fiera di Primiero?

  11. Emily N Mickelson

    Thank you for making this! Planning a trek here is very difficult I’m finding. Do you have any tips on how to book Refugios? I essentially want to follow your itenerary but we are on a tight budget and need to stay at Refugios. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. (Just me and my husband who are avid backpackers)

    • Hey Dear you essentially book via their website or via Visit Trentino website
      Here is some advice from me, even if you do not book do not worry, Refugios are not hotels but safety facilities in the mountains and they will provide you with a sleeping place even if it has to be in the kitchen, they won’t leave you without shelter.
      I’m of course in favour of booking as you always have a priority, just try the link, I take no commision on any of your bookings.
      Cheers, Marysia
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  12. JUST what I was looking for…!!! Makes me want to have cocktails with you and hang out! :)
    Hubby and I have an event in Rome (we’ve been) so are looking to venture out a bit. I will be having withdrawals from my workouts, so need to hike. Not overnight. Fairly moderate. If I have to cross a crevasse or narrow ledge, I’d just call it quits and jump. :) Tentatively going from Rome to Florence/Tuscany, then possibly Cinque Terra, then… right now looking at Lake Maggiore… but then ran across this and thinking of changing everything! Going to pour myself a little something and look around on your site. Thanks Marysia!!!

    • I’m really happy to hear that Morgan and let me tell you, you not gonna regret changing your plans Trentino is like a paradise on Earth. If you have any questions just email me, more than happy to help.
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  13. mjs

    Amazing itinerary and beautifully presented. Very well set out with little hacks in between. Would love to be there for the sounds of the Dolomites festival. Picture it being like a set from sound of music almost. When i came across this site i thought ‘shibam!’ Found the perfect tour.. but not guided:-( I am on foot/backpacking- no car and won’t be up for carrying my “language pack” through the alps. Not that the pack will have much in it just I’ll be travelling across boarders so was thinking this (if was a guided tour) would have provisions to carry/store my language while going from hike to hike..
    If i was tp hire a car this itinerary is just sublime.. Nicely done. Thanks for sharing your knowledge, insights and enthusiasm for such a stunning part of the world.

    • Hello, thank you for your kind words and stopping by my article. I’m sure all you need could be arranged, I’m sure that if you check the website of Visit Trentino and send them an email, they will have some solution for you. I think it is all about finding a good base in that region to check all the points of interest. Shoot them an email, and really go through their site, they have so many great info and tips there!
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  14. Scorpio

    Great post! All these places are wonderful to visit, personally, I like Trentino.

  15. Jurga

    Read this with interest and noted down some of your suggestions. Thanks for describing the hikes so well. We are just in the process of planning a summer trip to South Tyrol and Trentino, so this is very useful.

  16. Rima

    Wow! That was incredible. I am from India and planning a trip to Italy. I have 4-5 days for Dolomites but not sure which all places to include. I have a 5 year old kid with me so Hike wont be possible ( 1/2 hour to 1 hour walk is still possible). I definitely want to see Funes. Dont know if i should include areas around Cortina d’Ampezzo or Trentino.
    What do think should be a 4-5 itinerary for a non trekker ?

    • Hello Dear, as for no trekker, it is really not a problem to visit and enjoy Trentino, places like Val Canal, Lago Welsperg, Pale di San Martino are accessible with a car or a gondola and do not require long walks. All are kids friendly and really focus on families.

      I recommend you check my other articles about Trentino region as Val di Non and Trento region, they have so many attractions even if you do not want or can do long trekking trips.

      There is as well Lake Garda region and plenty of amazing places in Trentino, I always highly recommend visiting this part of Italy!
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  17. Mark

    Thanks for sharing this useful post! I really enjoyed reading it! keep up the great work as usual!

  18. Spending time or at least for days in the Dolomites seems like an awesome idea. This itinerary is so detailed, practical, and motivating, Marysia. Are there plenty of hiking trails?

  19. Lynda

    After reading your posts, I imagine myself flying solo to a dream tour. Inspiring, as always!!!
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  20. Beautiful! I love hiking and would love to do that. We spent a month in Padua last year and I didn’t realize we were so close to all this great hiking…

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  21. Ryan Biddulph

    Hi Marysia,
    How gorgeous.
    I had not heard of the Dolomites. Goodness knows, I am aware of them now. Stunning shots, brilliant imagery.
    Narcos fan too here. Although since I ate up each season within 2 days of its release I move on to the next Netflix show, or, right now, major league in Ray Donovan on Showtime. Binge-watching that bad boy.
    Thanks for sharing Marysia and thanks for the RTs and Likes on Twitter.
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    • Haha, I hear you, on the Narcos thing you wait a year for new season and after few days you are done with it and you need to wait another year, so unfair lol
      As for Dolomites, damn, I’m happy you learned something new and hopefully Trentino is on your radar now :)
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      • Aideen

        Thank you Marysia so so much. I have just finished a 4 day holiday to the dolomites following almost exactly this itinerary!!
        I would highly recommend it to anyone considering following this.

        We only had some differences. We stayed in Mezzano rather than Fiera Di Primiero. A beautiful town and very relaxing. We also left out all hikes as we’re not very into hiking. Just drove to all locations we could and did short walks of around half an hour when we got there.

        All food recommendations here are GREAT. We particularly like Laterna Verde. And lastly – learn a bit of Italian before you go as many local places and people don’t speak English we found We did a lot of smiling, flapping, and hand gestures throughout our trip! We saw that we a good sign because it meant not many UK tourists go there.

        Again, thank you thank you thank you Marysia!!

        • Dear Aideen, I’m so happy you had a great time! And hey Mezzano is a super little town to stay in. As for Italian, indeed knowing some basics will take you far away, but to be honest Italian people are so open and helpful that it is easy to manage even if you only know ciao :) Your comment made me miss the Dolomites a bit more than usual today :)
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