Top 10 green hotels among the Alpine Pearls

A journey through the Alps of Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy to discover the landscapes and the culture of these territories, living in eco-friendly accommodations: enjoy all the comforts in harmony with nature! 1. Peterwieshof – Val di Funes, Italy In the beautiful setting of the Val di Funes in South Tyrol, enjoy your holiday made […]

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Take a Spring-break in Tesino (Trentino, Italy)

Discover the plateau of the Tesino, an enchanting valley of Trentino, rich in nature, art, history and culture. It is the ideal place to take a break from the frenzy of everyday life and slow down, sunbathing in the grass and soaking in the scents and colors of reborning nature. If you are looking for […]

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Trip in the green and sustainable Slovenia

Its capital was the European Green Capital 2016, Bled is one of the most beautiful and romantic Alpine Pearls, more than half of its territory is covered by forests and meadows, its natural parks and the only national park allow you to discover different ecosystems, through caves and underground world up to the high peaks […]

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Val di Funes: green holidays among the Odle

Do you know Val di Funes, or  Villnößtal, a quiet and unspoiled corner of South Tyrol, Pearl between the Dolomites and favorite destination for hikers and mountain climbers? In this small valley, at one side of the Isarco Valley, there are the three towns of Tiso, St. Peter and St. Magdalene, surrounded by the magnificent Natural Park […]

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5 ideas to explore by train the Parks in the Alps

The natural parks in the Alps are the perfect place to spend a weekend in contact with nature. Lush forests, flowering meadows, crystal-clear lakes and majestic glaciers. A few hours drive from the city there are hidden amazing natural environments. To reach lovely places to admire splendid views there is no better way than to leave the […]

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Car-free holidays in the Alps

Some are forced to drive a car every day and cannot wait to take a holiday without it. There are those who live in a big city like Berlin or Copenhagen, and by choice decided to live without a car. Or even those who want to travel sustainable and stress-free, by public transport (and no […]

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The immense charme of the Aletsch Arena

Aletsch is an impressive 23 km long glacier which starts from 4000 meters above sea level going down to 2,500 meters, with a depth in the thickest point of 900 meters and an area of ​​86 square kilometers, impressive measures which make it the largest glacier of Europe, with a great landscape value. Since 2001 […]

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Chamois and La Magdeleine: your car-free holiday in Aosta Valley

Chamois is a small village of Aosta Valley where cars can’t arrive. The village is accessible only by chairlift, and or from La Magdeleine by 4 and a half km of pedestrian path. La Magdeleine and Chamois are two small alpine villages that have a total of 200 people who have embraced a eco-sustainable lifestyle, deciding to […]

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Slide down the Alps

Looking for new thrills? For adrenaline junkies, in Switzerland there is a new thrilling experience that you can’t miss: a slide, 750 meters long, with a little sled in the midst of a stunning mountain scenery. It is known as the Mountain Coaster, is located at the mountain station of the cable car Oeschinensee, reachable on foot in an […]

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Plan in Passeiertal: 10 unforgettable family experiences

Forget the car and traffic. In Plan you are surrounded only by mountains (the Italian Alps), the sound of cowbells and rivers. The cheerful voice of children playing in the streets welcome us in this wonderful carfree village of Passeiertal (Val Passiria, in Italian), South Tyrol. Our journey to discover the Alpine Pearls starts from Plan […]

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