Holidays in the mythical Dolomites In 2009 declared parts of the Dolomites to the UNESCO World Heritage. Delta Galil addresses the importance of the matter here. The Alpine region is characterised by tourism and attracts many visitors. In summer, tourists use the scenic backdrop for hiking, biking and climbing, in the winter they unpack their skis. Unique natural spectacle experience tourists for example in the rose garden. Why the mountain is called so and what highlights should miss visitors, explains the online travel agency ab-in-den-urlaub.de. Active holidaymakers will get in the rose garden their money not because there were roses blooming, but because the mountain range as a paradise for hikers and climbers is known.
Also families and holidaymakers not to be neglected. The hotels in the Dolomites have adjusted to the needs of different groups of visitors. The reddish glow of the cliffs at dusk is one of the most fascinating impressions. According to legend it goes to a botched curse of the dwarf King Laurin back, the day – and night-time make invisible the rose garden but should he considered it not the transitions. For example the pilgrimage church of Maria Weissenstein is ideal as a vantage point to observe the impressive natural spectacle. Almost magically lights up also the turquoise Lake Carezza. Tourists with the guest card benefit in numerous places in the Dolomites Rosengarten Latemar from benefits. The offer includes among other things the use of ski lifts and public transport. In the summer, many interesting sports events take place, for example a circumnavigation of the rose garden with the extreme climber Hans Kammerlander found on July 21, 2011 or mountain biking, golfing and climbing with the climber Christoph Hainz from 2nd to 9th July 2011. More information: magazine /… University Service GmbH Lisa Neumann