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Italy is a country of Southern-Europe, with a peninsula extending to the Mediterranean Sea. With its combination of ancient history, colossal architecture, delicious cuisine and Renaissance art, Italy never fails to seduce travelers. Rome, Florence and Venice are the classic triad for a first glimpse into a country that certainly deserves many visits. For outdoor lovers, the country boasts a myriad of natural wonders that range from the imposing peaks of the Italian Alps and the Dolomites, to the bucolic countryside and rural valleys of Tuscany. Add a mesmerizing coastline and paradise islands to the list and you’ll get an unforgettable travel adventure!




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What’s the weather like?

In the north of Italy (Alps and Apennines) winters are typically very cold, while summers are very hot and humid. Central Italy boasts a mild weather. The south of the country and the islands have a Mediterranean weather: quite hot and dry during summer but with pleasant temperatures in winter.

Getting there

A huge number of airlines from all around the world fly to Italy’s major cities (Roma, Milan, Venice). Italy is well-connected with many European cities by train or bus. If you are heading to the Italian Alps, a good choice is to reach Milan, Turin or Geneva (Switzerland). For the Dolomites, your best choices are flying to Venice, Verona or Innsbruck (Austria).



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Best time to visit:

you may want to avoid July and August, when places get overcrowded, expensive and weather is too hot. For hiking, climbing and mountaineering, spring (April-June) and fall (September-October) are your best bet. For skiing, the season runs from December to late April (March is a good time to find lower prices).






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Great experience. Would recommend Jacopo to anyone!
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Roy Schindler
I got to spend two amazing days climbing on two of the most beautiful climbing places you could think of. The guides were fantastic! Everything was well prepared, they took good care of everything and everyone, making sure we all felt safe and satisfied at all times. So if you want to start climbing as a beginner in one of the top 20 climbing spots of the world, or if you already have climbing experience and simply want to improve your technique or skills. Or if you’re already an experienced climber and you simply are looking for super professional climbing partners, this is what you have to go for! I feel like I made friends and will definitely come back next year to climb again with these lovely guys 🏼🏼🏼
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Annina Vasilescu
This was our first time doing via ferrata and to be honest I was a bit worried as I\'ve never done something like this before. We\'ve been lead by Ethienne who was very knowledgeable, very kind and very helpful, sharing information and skills to help us do it the right way. The climb was steep, but they do different ones and I can honestly say this was one of the best things I have ever done! I would definately recommend this experience to anyone. We\'ve quickly realised on the day there was no way we could have done this on our own and the support and encouragement and knowledge sharing was everything we have hoped for!
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Viktoria Serafinas
Top of the world, literally!! We enjoyed our experience from start to end to say the least. Etienne was very personable, experienced and tailored our climb for the group. We felt safe and comfortable with our guide as he was a certified mountain guide and knows the Dolomites like the back of his hand. This was the highlight of our trip! Thank you!
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