Discover the UNESCO Heritage Dolomites in this one day tour. Leaving Verona in a comfortable van to reach Pass Pordoi and take the panoramic funicular up to more than 10.000 feet high with a breathtaking view over the Dolomites. In about a couple of hours we will begin to enter into Val di Fassa, a wide open valley surrounded by mountain walls. You will be fascinated with its landscapes and its beautiful sceneries and you will arrive in Passo Pordoi which has an altitude of 7345 feet. Next is the exciting funicular ride, that goes to the top of the mountain (10,341 feet): a unique and breathtaking destination for a spectacular panoramic view. Here you can walk around for a while and stop at the rifugio for lunch. Watching around you can admire the white stones of Marmolada and other mountains, then we will return to Verona with an unforgettable memory of the Dolomites.
- Expert tour guide
- Enjoy the Dolomites view
- Private and comfortable air conditioned van
- Traditional lunch included
- Take the cableway up to Pass Pordoi (3.152 m)
AvailabilityAll year round
TimingNovember to February - Monday, Wednesday and Friday At 8.30 AM March to October - Monday to Saturday at 8.30 AM
GroupUp to 8 people
Rain policyThis tour runs rain or shine
Meeting pointVeronality Infopoint, Stradone Porta Palio 29
Delay PolicyIf you are late please contact us at this emergency number +39 327 4674179.
InclusionsTransport with van, driver-guide, cableway ticket and typical lunch
ExclusionsHotel pick up and drop-off
Important NotesPlease inform us of any food intolerance or allergy. The funicolar is not always open and if there is not the possibility to go up, you will have the chance to discover some other villages on the Dolomites. Underage customers must be accompanied by an adult. From November to February the minimum number for this Tour to run is 2 persons.
Hello! My name is Alessandro, and I've been a tour leader for more than 10 years. I'm a wine lover and Sommelier, I'm looking forward to take you around the beautiful land of Valpolicella wine region.
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