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Number of Reviews: 9388 Overall score: *****
Mountains and villages of the Dolomites
***** Written
Walking in the Italian Dolomites - Premium

Lovely Hiking Around Dobbiaco

5
Overall, a wonderful experience. We were somewhat uneasy about a centre-based trip, because if you find that the food isn’t to your liking the first couple of days it could make for a disagreeable week. We needn’t have worried, the chef at the Bellevue is top notch, making terrific use of fresh local vegetables, fruit and cheese and kept us guessing on what the menu would have to offer next. Service was consistently professional and friendly. What I liked best about the walks was the sheer variety – really no two alike, pastures, meadows, forests, boulder strewn scree fields, babbling brooks, fields brimming with wild flowers, cute hamlets, the suggested hikes had it all. The “moderate” rating is fair, though there are a few parts where a walking stick comes in handy.
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Korcula town, Croatia
***** Written
Dubrovnik & the Dalmatian Coast

Dubrovnik and the Dalmatian Coast

5
The trip starts in Trogir for one night and then moves to Korcula Island for 3 nights. On Korcula, the visit includes a visit to the medieval walled town of Korcula (day 1), a walk from Pupnat to Korcula(day 2) , and a boat trip to Mljet Island with a walk to the peak of Montokuc (day 3), Following this, we returned to the mainland by ferry and stopped at Ston on the way to Dubrovnik. In Ston, we had a wine tasting tour. The second day in Dubrovnik, we visited the old town inside the city walls. On the last day, we took the optional trip to Mostar in Bosnia Herzegovina to see the rebuilt bridge, destroyed in 1993.
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Walking through Val di Fassa, Italy
***** Written
Highlights of the Dolomites

Highlights of the Dolomites

5
Superb walking surrounded by weirdly beautiful, jaggedy peaks, with alpine meadows, terrific views, snowfields, bare-rock scrambles, ridge walks, mountain streams, well-stocked, picturesque Rifugios, steep, steep ascents and descents, cable cars, woods, valleys and a truly astonishing number and variety of wildflowers. It is a hard-working holiday but the rewards far outweigh the effort involved.
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Group shot in Portixeddu, Italy
***** Written
Cycling in Sardinia

Cycling the Southern coast of Sardinia

4
The scenery was outstanding and June was the perfect time to go - hot, but all manageable. Most of the group were perfectly happy with the off- road cycling, but we didn't take to it so well having really only ridden on Tarmac at home. Having said that, the vast majority of the cycling was on the road and the coastal hills and downhill runs were more exciting than difficult. Our guides were very caring and worked really hard to make sure we had everything we needed.
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Nha Trang, Vietnam
***** Written
Cycling Vietnam

Vietnam Cycling

4
Working up a sweat is a great way to bond with a group of complete strangers of varied fitness levels and life stories. By day 14 you know who you will endeavour to keep contact with, and those you don't have still contributed positively to your whole experience and provided lively holiday tales.
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Walking in Trins, Austria
***** Written
Trins the Austrian Tyrol

Great Walking in Trins, Austria

5
This was a really well planned holiday providing an outstanding range of walking for the experienced and less adventurous walker. Very good accommodation and the food more than matched our exersions.
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Mont Fort Refuge, Switzerland
***** Written
Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn

Excellent, Tough Trip but Very Rewarding

5
We did this trek in July and had perfect blue sky weather every day, but rain on the last day for the walk into Zermatt. The trek for us was one of the best European treks we have done and was very challenging/tough but extremely rewarding with stunning and changeable scenery every day. We really enjoyed the camping although the mountain huts and auberge were a little close for comfort but manageable once you got use to the idea of sleeping closely with other people!! This trek had it all for us. High col passes, snow walking and bum sliding, steep ascents, steep descents, rough terrain, boulder jumping, chains, forests, gushing rivers, waterfalls and lakes and absolutely stunning snow capped mountains and scenery. However, we were a little disappointed that the itinerary was not followed on the first day of walking and we missed not starting from the teleferique at Plan Praz and also the high level contour walk with ladders and chains.
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