"See 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites on one Holiday"

UNESCO

A landscape of unique beauty, this is how the UNESCO Committee described the Dolomites, on 26 June 2009, in Seville, when it included them in its list of Natural World Heritage Sites. The Dolomites have always had a particular charm.

Discover it for yourselves during your holiday at our hotel, on the Brenta Dolomites.

Make the most of this opportunity and discover one of the most beautiful places in the world!

Holiday Mountain Boutique Hotel is well connected within in Val di Sole, but also allows visitors to reach easily other beautiful destinations, such as the eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites we have listed below:

Dolomites

The Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009. Trentino's fascinating and imposing mountains, which offer enchanting views (especially at sunrise and sunset - the Alpenglow phenomenon). They stand out for light-coloured rocks, called Dolomia, and for the amazing alternation of plains and rocky areas.

Rhaetian Railway

The Rhaetian Railway in the Albula and Bernina areas (90 km away). The railway lines in the heart of the Swiss Alps are a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008 and are proper works of railway art. The route is 128 km long, including 55 tunnels and 196 bridges, with a one-thousand-meter climb. From the wide windows of its characteristic red coaches, passengers can admire views of the beautiful Swiss Alps.

The Benedictine Monastery of Saint John, in Müstair

The Benedictine Monastery of Saint John, in Müstair, Switzerland (137 km away). It dates back to the 8th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983. It is immersed in Val Monastero and according to the legend it was founded in 774 by Charlemagne as a monastery only for men, which today is home only to Benedectine nuns. The monastery is rich with exhibits and documents, including 135 medieval frescos.

The City of Verona

The City of Verona (156 km away) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000. City of history and culture, symbol of the world-renowned love story between Romeo and Juliet. Juliet's balcony, the Arena and Piazza Bra are the three symbols of this fascinating city.

The City of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas

Vicenza and the Palladian Villas (206 km away) are a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1994. Also known as "the city of Palladio", for the great number of works by the architect Andrea Palladio, which are a very important tourist and cultural attraction.

The Botanic Gardens of Padoa

Padoa's Botanic Gardens (240 km away) are a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. The oldest botanic gardens in the world, defined by four square areas surrounded by circular walls. Another place worth visiting is the Basilica of Saint Anthony, opposite the botanic garden.

The City of Venice and its Lagoon

Venice and its Lagoon (270 km away) are a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. The city of love, with its many bridges and canals that can be reached on board the traditional gondolas, offers a romantic atmosphere and is like no other city in the world. The lagoon has always had a unique and inimitable charm

Val Camonica

Val Camonica (100 km away), with its thousands of rupestrian incisions, reflects 10,000 years of Europe's history. And what a history! An amazing story told through images, carved in stone by its protagonists, artists... The prehistoric site of Val Camonica, still not completely explored, extends over an area of 70 kilometres. More than 40,000 figures carved on approximately 2,400 rocks. These rupestrian incisions, which exist also in Spain, Hesse, Swedan and Great Britain, evoke navigation, dance, war, agriculture, magic and other topics.

Fabio F

marzo 201

“Vacanza”

Cara Antonella, avevo detto che non avrei fatto recensioni, ma dopo la seconda meravigliosa esperienza, non posso esimermi. Ovviamente confermo e sottoscrivo tutte le cose positive dette in altre recensioni. Ma non tocco personale lo voglio dare. In nessun altro hotel, mi era capitato, al rientro dopo una giornata di sci, di parlare del più e del meno con il "Boss" dell' hotel, davanti una buona birra e questo la dice tutta su come ci si sente a l' Holiday. Un' abbraccio a tutti.

Silvia G

marzo 2017

“Settimana bianca”

Anche quest'anno abbiamo trascorso una fantastica settimana in questo hotel dove l'ospite è coccolato dal primo momento dell'arrivo. È un hotel molto accogliente con camere spaziose e dorate di ogni comfort. ..specialmente le suite sono veramente belle. ..ogni angolo è molto curato da Maria e Antonella che curano personalmente anche la scelta del menù preparato dallo chef Cristian. E poi dopo una bella sciata in questo comprensorio dove le piste sono preparate sempre in modo impeccabile, cosa c'è di meglio di rilassarsi nello spazio benessere ?

Fabio S

marzo 2017

“Piacevole scoperta...”

Reduci da una breve vacanza in val di Sole. Abbiamo apprezzato tanti aspetti del soggiorno presso l’hotel Holiday della sig.ra Antonella e famiglia. Dalla pulizia, alla cura per i particolari, alla cortesia e soprattutto all’eccellente cucina che ci ha deliziato il palato dopo le giornate sugli sci. Oltre a questi aspetti abbiamo apprezzato la voglia di far bene il proprio lavoro e di offrire un prodotto d'eccellenza. Cosa dire di altro………Grazie e…….. Arrivederci. Fabio

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