Belluno is loaded with serene lakes, green meadows, and the rugged mountain landscape you can expect from the eastern reaches of the Alps. The limestone geology and history-shaping scenery are worth their weight in gold, so be sure to stay alert and bring along a certified local guide to keep you informed on the luscious sights and points of interest along the way.
Best Time to Visit
The months from May through October offer incredible hiking options in Belluno
June and the summer tend to be a bit rainy, but otherwise you can expect pleasant weather from May through October. Summers are warm, and winters are cold, especially as you travel higher into the Dolomites
How to Get There
The city of Belluno serves as a transportation hub for the mountainous eastern region of Italy, so buses and trains do make stops there. You can also arrive in Venice and make the trip north - it is roughly 100 kilometers away
The Belluno Province is one of the most important parts of the Eastern Dolomites. Located in the Veneto region of Northern Italy, it sits about 100 kilometers north of Venice. Between the mountains and the Adriatic Sea, Belluno is in a great position to blend regional diversity from the Mediterranean and the Alps. The city of Belluno is one of the most vital to the Veneto region. Trekking in Belluno includes a variety of lakes and forests, enriching a hike on rough karst limestone. The natural diversity of its landscape welcomes a variety of plant and animal species. The region is also known for skiing and snow sports during the winter. Multi-adventure programs are available for hikers who want to try their hand at mountaineering, kayaking, or mountain biking
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