Veneto

The Venice Carnival: Ten Experiences Not to Be Missed

Hannah Fielding is the author of The Echoes of Love, a romantic novel set in Venice. Hannah knows Venice like the back of her hand and here she gives TripReporter her own recommendations on enjoying the Venice Carnival.

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Napoleon Art Museum Re-Opens in Venice

Assembled originally by Napoleon, the Accademia Gallery of Venice has now re-opened following extensive refurbishment which includes the addition of thirty new rooms.

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Cortina d’Ampezzo. Walking on summer sunshine

Guido Pompanin knows a thing or two about The Dolomites. Not surprising really when you consider his father Ugo and few friends built their very own cable car service to ferry passengers 2,700 metres up from Cortina d’Ampezzo to the summit of Mount Lagazuoi in 1965.

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WW1 Trenches of the Dolomites

High up on the Lagazuoi slopes of The Dolomites, some 2,500 meters above Cortina d’Ampezzo, a fierce struggle took place in atrocious conditions from 1915 to 1917 between Italy and the forces of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

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