The experienceDuration: 1 Day
Gain an insight into South Tyrol’s oldest culture, one of Rhaeto-Romanic roots, which has had a lasting influence on the local culture and way of life. In the Val Gardena and Val Badia valleys you will see typical buildings, hear the Ladin language, and get a sense of the originality of these people and their enduring bond with the mountains.
- Get to know the cradle of South Tyrolean culture
- Immerse yourself in the landscape, culture and tradition of the Dolomites' Ladin people
- Take a crash course in the Ladin language
Certified tour guide, author and expert on the Dolomites and Ladin culture. I will take you on a journey of discovery through the backgrounds and peculiarities of landscape, culture and tradition. Look forward to many exciting encounters.
With our soulmate Anneliese, you will set out along a high trail at 1,500 m a.s.l. in a quest to find out about the over 2000 year old culture that is still lived in the heart of the Dolomites to this day. You will explore "Viles" - the traditional rural hamlets offering architectural and cultural solutions for self-sufficient families -, take a look at Ladin cuisine and visit our soulmate's favourite place: the Chapel of St. Barbara, on a rocky outcrop high above the commune of La Val/Wengen. Along the way you will learn a word or two in the Ladin language.
- Hiking boots
- Warm, weather-resistant clothing
- Private transportation
- Guided experience
- Ladin language mini-course
Foods and beverages
Starting point: in front of the main entrance of the train station Brunico at 9:00 am.End point: after the experience you return to the starting point.
Participants: up to 4 people
Languages: German, English, Italian
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- Card holder: decorative element made of wood, manufactured in South Tyrol
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