Ready to visit Cortina in spring or summer? You don’t need a car, from Venice you can get to Cortina in a few hours with the bus line connecting Venice, Treviso and the Cadore area.
Things to do in Cortina in spring and summer
Once the winter snow has melted, the landscape of the Dolomites continues to offer breathtaking views! Do you prefer immersing yourself in nature or shopping in refined shops in the streets of the centre? In Cortina you don’t need to choose; come and discover everything the Queen of the Dolomites has to offer!
Excursions immersed in the landscape
Want to stay in touch with nature? You can choose from more than 400 km of trails for all levels of experience, from expert hikers to those who want to walk in peace and enjoy the beauty of the landscape.
Mountain bike lovers can also try an array of routes, from the most challenging to more family-friendly itineraries, while road bikers can try their hand at the Cortina-Dobbiaco tour or the Misurina tour.
If you love the thrill of adventure and aren’t afraid of heights, you can try out climbing and the via ferratas.
A stroll through the streets of the centre
The city centre also offers pleasant activities such as relaxing strolls through the streets and browsing the refined shop windows. Indeed, between craft shops, high fashion boutiques and the huge Cooperative warehouse, you’re really spoiled for choice. And once you’ve found the perfect souvenir, there’s nothing better than taking a break in one of the many cafes and bars.
Throw yourself into twentieth century art
If you’re an art lover, don’t miss the chance to visit the Mario Rimoldi Museum of Modern Art where you will find the works of leading twentieth century artists including De Pisis, Morandi, Semeghini, Campigli and Sironi, to name a few. The Rimoldi collection is housed in the “Ciasa de ra Regoles” in Corso Italia, a five-minute walk from the bus station. Given the current evolving health situation, we recommend you check the opening days and hours on the museum website.
If you are curious to discover other splendid places to visit in Veneto, continue reading the Around Venice section of our blog.