Italy
Belluno

Perched gracefully on the foothills of the Dolomites, is a harmony of Renaissance architecture and natural splendor. Often termed the "Gateway to the Dolomites," this charming town beckons with its alpine beauty and rich Venetian heritage. Read more

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Belluno, the capital of the province bearing the same name, offers a perfect blend of Italian culture and Alpine landscape. The Piave River courses through its lands, adding a blue shimmer to its picturesque palette. The town's historical center, a tapestry of pastel-colored buildings, narrow lanes, and age-old palazzos, stands in stark contrast to the towering Dolomite peaks that serve as its backdrop. As a province renowned for its natural parks, Belluno is also a hub for outdoor enthusiasts, be it skiing in winter or hiking in the warmer months.
Belluno, with its mountainous charm and vibrant culture, offers a unique blend of natural allure and historical depth, making it a must-visit for those looking to experience the essence of northern Italy.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Belluno

Piazza dei Martiri

A beautiful square in the heart of Belluno, surrounded by Venetian-style buildings and offering breathtaking views of the Dolomites.

Belluno Cathedral

A splendid example of Renaissance architecture, this cathedral boasts beautiful interiors and a remarkable wooden choir.

Palazzo dei Rettori

Dating back to the 15th century, this historic building is adorned with Venetian Gothic windows and serves as a symbol of the town's past.

Museo Civico

Discover the region's history, art, and culture at this comprehensive museum, housed within the 16th-century Palazzo Crepadona.

Parco Nazionale delle Dolomiti Bellunesi

A vast national park that showcases the best of the Dolomites' flora, fauna, and breathtaking landscapes.

Porta Rugo

One of the ancient gates leading into Belluno, bearing witness to the city's medieval roots.

Basilica di San Pietro

An iconic religious structure, known for its elegant façade and artistic treasures housed within.

Nevegàl

A short distance from Belluno, this area is perfect for skiing in winter and trekking in summer, offering panoramic views of the valley below.

Fontana di San Gioatà

A charming historic fountain located in the old center, reflecting the artistry of bygone eras.

Teatro Comunale

A cultural hub, this theater hosts a range of performances, allowing visitors to indulge in Italy's rich artistic traditions.

What else to visit
In and around Belluno

Vajont Dam (16.46 km)

Nestled in the Italian Alps, the Vajont Dam stands as a monumental engineering feat with a tragic history. Its haunting beauty and the story of one of the deadliest man-made disasters beckon introspective exploration.

Alleghe (33.06 km)

Alleghe, a picturesque gem nestled in the heart of the Dolomites, is renowned for its pristine lake, awe-inspiring mountain backdrop, and a plethora of year-round recreational activities.

Native House od Titian (34.21 km)

In the quaint town of Pieve di Cadore, lies the birthplace of Tiziano Vecellio, better known as Titian - one of the most influential painters of the Renaissance. This historic residence is a pilgrimage for art enthusiasts worldwide.

Cortina D' Ampezzo (44.68 km)

Cortina D'Ampezzo, known as the "Beautiful Lady of the Mountains", is a charming mountain town and world-famous ski resort in the heart of the Dolomites in northern Italy.

San Giovanni di Fassa (52.15 km)

San Giovanni di Fassa, a gem in Italy's Dolomites, beckons with alpine vistas and the timeless allure of Italian culture. It's a place where nature's grandeur harmoniously blends with local traditions, offering a retreat both serene and invigorating.

Treviso (53.41 km)

Whispering tales of medieval romance and Venetian charm, Treviso graces Northern Italy with its canals, frescoed buildings, and serene piazzas. A less-trodden Veneto gem, it offers an authentic Italian experience away from tourist throngs.

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