With high-altitude slopes and stunning mountain huts, Cortina is one of the best places in the Dolomites for spring skiing.
Seeing the sun rise or set from a terrace nestled in the Dolomites is a truly touching experience in itself, to which you can add an extra bit of cosiness and Alpine atmosphere by sleeping at a mountain lodge.
Two new lifts make it easier to enjoy Cortina's slopes and gourmet mountain huts and link the town with Alta Badia and the Sella Ronda ski carousel.
Capture the enchanting views of the UNESCO Dolomites and all their autumn colours
Cortina celebrates this time of the year with four events dedicated to food and to discovering the best the town and its surroundings have to offer, from locally-grown ingredients to the creations of skilled chefs.
A campaign to raise awareness on the subject of refuse in the mountains aimed at adults and children by Fabio Vettori!
Graziano Prest and Fabio Pompanin will be the official chefs of Casa Italia, the hospitality house for Italy's Olympic team and partners, bringing a taste of Cortina’s food scene to the Olympic World.
Cortina has more than 30 rifugi, with a variety and quality that few destinations can compete with. Mountain lodges are a tourist attraction for their traditional cooking, cosy atmosphere and enchanting views on the Dolomites. Moreover, a night at a mountain lodge is a very authentic Alpine experience and allows guests to wake up at the starting point of the next hike or via ferrata.
Sacile-Cortina was supposed to be long, hard, the Giro’s mountain stage par excellence...
Futura will be the official logo of the 2026 Winter Olympics and Paralympics: the first in history chosen through an online popular vote, among 871,566 votes.
Mountain roads unwinding from one valley to the next, a backdrop of stunning landscapes and the classic charm exuded by the town are among the reasons why Cortina d’Ampezzo regularly hosts old-timers’ events.
Seven days before the opening ceremony, Cortina celebrates the World Ski Championships (7th-21st February) to the tune of Puccini’s "Nessun dorma".
Cortina, Queen of the Dolomites, celebrates sixty-five years since the opening ceremony of its first Winter Olympic Games.
Cortina d’Ampezzo, also known as the Queen of the Dolomites, is an ideal spot for a sustainable holiday. With a series of activities to enjoy winter responsibly as well as hotels and restaurants following environmental best practices, the destination invites its guests to use a sustainable approach and go back to the essential.
Cortina salutes the Week of the Italian Cuisine in the World with a new Michelin star and eight restaurants awarded by the Michelin and Gambero Rosso guides.