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Exploring the vicinity

The central location of La Villa makes the Hotel Ciasa Lara the ideal starting-point for exploring the varied landscapes of South Tyrol, its people, and the numerous interesting sights.
Besides the countless hiking trails and bike paths, golf courses, ski resorts, and other outdoor activities available throughout the region, there is a wide range of cultural activities and events, fascinating traditions, and picturesque little villages to discover.

Museum Ladin Ciastel de Tor
With its characteristic tower, the Ćiastel de Tor Castle represents the history of more than 30,000 Dolomite Ladins whose common identity is expressed by two fundamental elements: their language, which originates from Vulgar Latin, and the unique mountainous landscape of the Dolomites. The museum, opened in 2001, presents entertaining insights into the history, language, culture, mythology, archaeology, geology, tourism and crafts of the Ladins. These are complemented by special exhibitions relating to Ladinia.

Interesting Sights in the Vicinity of the hotel
One nearby point of interest is the Cortina d'Ampezzo, which was the site of the 1956 Olympic Winter Games. With its numerous ski slopes, it is still a popular resort for winter sports today. With the many elegant boutiques lining its boulevards, you might want also to go on a shopping spree.
When undertaking the classic tour of the Dolomites via Cavalese in the Fleims Valley / Val di Fiemme and Canazei in the Fassa Valley, you'll encounter not only awe-inspiring natural wonders, but also many historical and cultural treasures. Between the towering peaks of the Dolomites and the Zillertaler Alps lies the picturesque Puster Valley / Val Pusteria. And in the middle of everything, there's the small, medieval town of Bruneck/ Brunico – often referred to as the "Pearl of the Val Pusteria." The four town gates and the quaint half-timbered houses from the 15th and 16th centuries you can view in the "Stadtgasse" recreate the wonderful atmosphere of a bygone era.
 

 

 

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Alpine Hotel Ciasa Lara
Via Altin, 9 - I-39030 La Villa Alta Badia
South Tyrol - Italy
Phone +39 0471 84 72 57 - Fax +39 0471 84 75 05
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