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  • Luxury Hotel Alta Badia Ciasa Salares

    Summer season ends on September 23rd – Winter season starts on December 14th 2018

  • Ciasa Salares Summer Alta Badia

    Summer season ends on September 23rd – Winter season starts on December 14th 2018

  • Dolomites Summer Panorama

    Summer season ends on September 23rd – Winter season starts on December 14th 2018

  • Ciasa Salares Summer Night Party

    Summer season ends on September 23rd – Winter season starts on December 14th 2018

Offers

  • Dreams and Breakfast - save 10%

    Dreams and Breakfast - save 10%

    Special Offer save 10%. BENEFIT 10% discount on treatments at the Beauty SPA Vives. A fantastic good morning with our home made specialities and even more…

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  • Dreams and Breakfast

    Dreams and Breakfast

    Every morning rich buffet breakfast with more than 140 products and more Special Benefits. Read more in details:

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  • Spring Skiing 3x2

    Spring Skiing 3x2

    Spring Skiing 3x2 in dream & breakfast. Book at least 3 nights and one night is free of charge.

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  • Dream & breakfast 1 night free of charge

    Dream & breakfast 1 night free of charge

    Special Offer Free Night in dream & breakfast. Book at least 4 nights and one night is free of charge.

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  • Flavour & sensations, save 10%

    Flavour & sensations, save 10%

    Every morning rich buffet breakfast with the home made specialties and Dinner at Restaurant Salares.

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  • Flavour & sensations

    Flavour & sensations

    Every morning rich buffet breakfast with the home made specialties and Dinner at Restaurant Salares.

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  • Dream & breakfast 7x6

    Dream & breakfast 7x6

    Special Offer 7x6 in dream & breakfast. Book at least 7 nights and one night is free of charge.

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Offers

  • Dreams and Breakfast - save 10%
  • Dreams and Breakfast
  • Spring Skiing 3x2
  • Dream & breakfast 1 night free of charge
  • Flavour & sensations, save 10%
  • Flavour & sensations
  • Dream & breakfast 7x6
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Restaurants

La Siriola La Siriola
La Siriola
Restaurant Salares
Restaurant Salares
La Terrazza taste&sound
La Terrazza taste&sound
Winebar
Winebar
Wine cellar Siriola
Wine cellar
Cheese room
Cheese room
Chocolate room
Chocolate room

Experiences

  • TAYLORMADE SKI EXPERIENCES

  • Chocolate room

  • Hike & Bike

  • Lunch in mountain hut

  • Grappa Tasting

  • Cooking Demostration

  • Herbs Garden

  • The art of Speck

  • Cheese Room

  • Wine Tasting

  • Fondue

  • Smorting room

  • Food & Wine

    Buildings with a soul – Alto Adige architecture

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    Werner Tscholl

    Architecture is a fascinating tool to analyse the society it represents. Florence has its palazzi, Venice has its marvellous houses built on water, Rome is blessed with ancient antiquities mingled with modern buildings, and Alto Adige sees a new surge of talented, intelligent, modern architects.

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    Emilio Comici, the Angel of the Dolomites

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    Time to look at some key figures in the history of the Dolomites.

    Even if you are not a keen climber, and may well be scared of heights, knowing what happened in the past in the region you are visiting – or intending to visit – is certainly enriching.

    Emilio Comici played a pivotal role in the history of alpinism.  You may see videos of him dancing on the rocks, in somewhat comic and old-fashioned stills, and may wonder how this apparently crazy climber became famous. He has written, in fact, chapters on the art of climbing, primarily concerning style.  We all know things can be done in two ways in life: with care and style, or just to get by.  You can see many people trying to get to the top of a line or mountain, adopting any mean they can think of, just for the sake of reaching the zenith. Nothing could have been further away from Emilio’s mentality.

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    Ladin Pop

    ladinoWe have all heard of the word “Latin”. It was a language spoken at the time of Julius Caesar, used by the poet Ovid – but also until the Renaissance and beyond - and still offers an unbeatable basis if you want to learn and explore foreign languages.

     “Ladin”, however, is not so widely known. It is the original language spoken in South Tyrol. Officially acknowledge in 1951, thus granting the autonomous province of Bozen three official languages: Italian, German and Ladin. 69,9% of people speaks German in South Tyrol, 26,6% speaks Italian, while only 4,53% communicates in Ladin. In the entire Dolomite range, only 38,000 people speak Ladin.This low percentage does not mean the language is forgotten; in fact, far from it.  

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    Men in apron

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    This may well be the most loved souvenir for tourists. It is, however, an inseparable work companion for many people from South Tyrol. Some people even say that this attire has become trendy and stylish, if worn in an appropriate way.

    Not dictated by fashion, but by sheer comfort. Without that very peculiar overall, which covers them up to the knees, they feel half naked. We are talking about farmers, wine-growers, workers or retired people who take up DIY. Primarily men, but we find women, too. Over the years, this garment has become unisex, and this traditional option has become an inseparable outfit, with a retro hue.  What are we talking about?

    We are talking about the unmistakable blue apron, the emblem of the South Tyrol worker. It has to be noted that more and more tourists, especially coming from big cities, seem to appreciate it. 

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