13 July, Saturday

ITALY, Dolomites – Located in northeastern Italy, the Dolomites is a mountain range forming a part of the Southern Limestone Alps. Look out of your window and you’ll be greeted with an idyllic picture of pine trees canvassing the side of the mountain.

Life moves at a slower pace at the Dolomites, with a sparse population living in small cottages overlooking a stunning mountainscape. Come sunset, the mountains glow in fiery red before the colours change into purple and fade later into the night. This is Enrosadira, an Alpenglow phenomenon that is said to be rooted in legends around the Dolomites.

Spring and Autumn prove to be the best seasons to visit the Dolomites, where you can explore its magic and beauty to its finest.

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