Come play in the Dolomites—a wonderland of green meadows and really massive massifs. Traffic-free bike paths keep the pedaling carefree. And cool diversions, like a ropes course and rafting keep the fun flowing. Six super days. Pure alpine excitement. In an epic playground where your family is welcomed
1 A captivating mix of Italian, Austrian and Tyrolean cultures awaits your family Ready to dive into this spectacular mountain landscape? Begin with a pleasant ride in the East Tyrol region of Austria, near the Italian border and in the realm of the Dolomites and Austria's tallest peak, the Grossglockner Pedal past meadows and woodland to Lienz, a quintessential Austrian village ringed by dramatic spires.
2-3 Discover the tastiest mountain cuisine, from creamy polenta to delectable apple strudel The youngsters test their agility on an exhilarating ropes course Shift gears in medieval Brunico, a delightful town for shopping, strolling and people watching A haven of tranquility, the Aurina Valley greets you with majestic vistas of the snow-covered peaks of the Zillertal range Kids make a splash on the Aurina River during a rafting adventure A fun-filled pizza outing for the young ones while grown-ups savor a gourmet meal paired with fine local wines.
4 Hidden valleys and storybook villages framed by magnificent limestone peaks —it's postcard-perfect and it's all around you Following peaceful cycling routes, make your way through the undulating vineyards and orchards of the South Tyrol wine region In Bolzano, visit the South Tyrol Archaeology Museum, the home of Ötzi the Iceman, one of the world's best-preserved mummies.
5-6 Taste wonderful regional wines, including vernatsch, lagrein and gewürztraminer Ride in the glorious Rendena Valley, flanked by the distant peaks of the Brenta Dolomites Head out for one final family bike ride in Madonna di Campiglio.