In Europe, we have a lot of beautiful mountains, one of them is the Dolomites Mountains. Their landscapes are amazing, the pale rocks in combinations with the fog and sky are speechless. Beyond these beauties, The Dolomites have a huge history from World War I. You can find in here a lot of tunnels built by 600 workers over 10 months in 1917. It’s very sad when you’re thinking that on the same path that you’re walking, 100 years ago soldiers were fighting for their lives and countries.
Since 2017, when I first went to Italy, these mountains made me fall in love with their greatness. The Tre Cime di Lavaredo area was the first area that I've explored when I started my incursion through the Italian Dolomites. In this area, you will feel like you will be in a "classroom" in which you will learn about the culture, history, geography and how to reconnect yourself to nature. It's a wake-up call in which you will realize how small you and how many things you need to discover to become wiser and wiser.
The Marmolada Glacier is another area from the Dolomites, in which I discovered an ancient footprint of nature. The Glacier is impressive and keeps the memories of thousands and thousands of people who went in there to explore the ages of nature and to push their own limits. It's a huge area in which you will find peace and you will be able to see the whole beauty of the mountains which rises on the horizon. But, the Dolomites are not just these two areas I've mentioned, The Dolomites are that place of infinite beauty and possibilities.