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best winter recipes

And now, a spectacle… yum yum…

What kinds of flavors are those? Typical for Val Gardena is a unique combination of Ladin, Italian and Austrian flavors based on some home (farm) cuisine of their ancestors. The lack of ingredients and poor farming life inspired the housewives to create tasteful dishes. The best winter recipes Must Eat Five dishes you must try, […]

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What is climbing in Italy like during winter?

What is climbing in Italy like during winter?

First impressions from climbing in Italy Unfortunately, I skipped cross-country skiing this year, although the trails were magnificent and a large number of people were there (only in Alpe di Suise, there were 80km trail for ambitious skiers). Instead, I went on hiking, as climbing the mountain and acquiring a new experience. What to say […]

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skijanje Val Gardena

Why to go skiing in Val Gardena?

Why to go skiing in Val Gardena? Skiing regions might be roughly divided into two parts: Sella Ronda (separate ski pass), also known as the skiing paradise, 6 hours of skiing, a circular route around the Sella massive (in both directions).  Sella Ronda must be planned well so that on your way back you aren’t late for […]

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Two villages but only one ski area in Val Gardena

Two villages but only one ski area in Val Gardena

How to get to Val Gardena? Val Gardena Val Gardena Valley (the northwest Dolomites, south Tyrol) consists of three villages: Ortisei (at 1236 m), St. Christina (1428m) and Selva (1563) ORTISEI Ortisei is the biggest village and, personally, I like it best. Architecture bears some resemblance to Disneyland, with its colorful buildings. You can get […]

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