Private jet to Cortina d'Ampezzo

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Experience the unparalleled beauty of Cortina d'Ampezzo, known as the "Queen of the Dolomites," offering world-class skiing and a rich cultural heritage.

Tucked away amidst the Dolomites and recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage location, Cortina d'Ampezzo stands as a jewel in Italy's Veneto area, presenting a seamless fusion of nature's wonder and luxury.

Optimise your travel to Cortina d'Ampezzo with GlobeAir's private jet charter. The most efficient way to arrive at Cortina d'Ampezzo is through the nearby International Venice Airport (VCE). Our expert concierge team is ready to coordinate a swift 35-minute helicopter ride or a comfortable 2-hour ground transfer, ensuring you arrive in Cortina d'Ampezzo with efficiency and comfort.

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Why visit Cortina d'Ampezzo?

Cortina d'Ampezzo is a refuge for those seeking both adventure and relaxation. Famous for its world-class ski slopes, the town boasts a rich history, upscale shopping, and gourmet dining.

It was the venue of the 1956 Olympic Winter Games, further cementing its reputation as a premier winter sports destination. Cortina d'Ampezzo belongs to the Dolomiti Superski zone, the world's most expansive ski network connecting 12 premier ski destinations. A single ski pass grants entry to 450 lift systems and over 1,200 km of ski runs and pathways.

The Tofane, Cristallo, and Faloria mountain ranges provide diverse skiing opportunities, ensuring every visitor finds their perfect trail. The Tofane Dolomite massif, west of Cortina, is one of the most famous Dolomite mountains, with its highest peak reaching 3,244 meters.

Summer in Cortina d'Ampezzo is equally beautiful. With green fields, this is an excellent destination for hiking, mountain biking, and rock climbing. The panoramic views from the peaks, especially during sunrise and sunset, are indeed a marvel to witness. The Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites, established in 1990, spans over 27,000 acres of unblemished land. It is home to several local wildlife species, offering visitors a chance to commune with nature in its purest form.

The annual Cortina d'Ampezzo Film Festival attracts cinema enthusiasts worldwide, adding a touch of glamour to this alpine paradise. For those looking for a vibrant nightlife, Cortina offers many bars, clubs, and late-night discos.

For shoppers, the town is home to a vast selection of world-class shopping outlets located on the Corso d'Italia in the city centre, from designer clothing and fashion boutiques to cosmetics and fine jewellery.

For the adventurous, Cortina offers the unique experience of "Vie Ferrate" or "iron paths." These are specific mountain routes equipped with fixed cables, ladders, and bridges, providing a thrilling hiking or climbing experience.

Leisure travel

Cortina d'Ampezzo is a destination that offers diverse attractions year-round.

Some highlights include:

  • Cortina d'Ampezzo Ski Resort: Italy's iconic ski destination in the heart of the Dolomites, offering slopes for beginners to experts amidst breathtaking scenery.
  • Après ski: Dive into Cortina's vibrant après-ski scene with top spots like Enoteca and La Suite wine bars.
  • Faloria & Cristallo: Ski areas boast a mix of open and wooded slopes, perfect for all skiing enthusiasts.
  • Tofane: High-altitude skiing with the best snow conditions, especially in the Ra Valles area.
  • "Hidden Valley" Ski Run: Accessed from the Lagazuoi cable car, this is a must-try for every ski lover visiting Cortina.
  • Lagazuoi/5 Torri/Passo Giau/Passo Falzarego: Nearby skiing areas offer 29km of slopes and panoramic views.
  • San Vito di Cadore: A winter sports area with 10km of slopes, ideal for a quieter skiing experience.
  • Auronzo di Cadore/Monte Agudo: 16km of slopes set between elevations of 866m and 2000m, offering diverse skiing opportunities.
  • Misurina/Passo Tre Croci: A more intimate skiing experience with 3km of slopes and elevations up to 2200m.
  • Cross-Country Skiing in Cortina: Dive into 70km of trails, perfect for those exploring the region on skis.
  • Mountain Restaurants: Indulge in alpine cuisine with top spots like Capanna Tondi on Faloria.
  • Cortina d'Ampezzo Film Festival: An annual event attracting cinema enthusiasts from around the globe.
  • Lago di Sorapiss: Uncover serenity at Lago di Sorapiss, where turquoise waters meet Dolomite peaks. Explore scenic trails and soak in nature's picturesque elegance.
  • Cinque Torri: Venture into Cinque Torri's ancient landscapes, with majestic rock formations offering hiking and climbing adventures amidst panoramic vistas.
  • Rifugio Lagazuoi: Ascend to Rifugio Lagazuoi, a historic refuge offering sweeping views whether skiing in winter or hiking in summer.
  • Museo all'Aperto delle 5 Torri: Step back in time at Museo all'Aperto delle 5 Torri, an open-air museum echoing WWI valor amidst stunning rocky terrain.
  • La Cooperativa di Cortina: Delve into local culture at La Cooperativa di Cortina, showcasing a fine array of crafts, gourmet delights, and fashion.
  • Museo Della Grande Guerra 1914-1918: Explore WWI narratives at Museo Della Grande Guerra, where evocative exhibits unveil the Dolomites' historical saga.
  • Cascate di Fanes: Discover the harmonious spectacle of Cascate di Fanes, where cascading waters carve through lush, rocky trails.
  • Centro Storico: Amble through Centro Storico's quaint streets, basking in charming architecture, cosy cafes, and picturesque squares, embodying Italian alpine charm.

The best hotels

From luxurious alpine chalets to boutique hotels, Cortina d'Ampezzo offers a range of exquisite accommodations. We recommend:

Cristallo, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa: Overlooking the scenic Cortina Valley, this historic hotel, the Cristallo, has hosted royalty and Hollywood's elite. With its 74 grand Italian-styled rooms, this hotel underwent a fresh refurbishment in 2017. Apart from its in-house spa, it boasts three restaurants, including the fine dining room Il Gazebo, which offers panoramic views of the Dolomites.

Grand Hotel Savoia: Built during the Art Nouveau era, this five-star hotel offers a blend of modern sophistication and Italian flair. With 170 rooms, the hotel has three distinct restaurants and a cigar lounge. Notable past guests include Charlton Heston, Sophia Loren, and Winston Churchill. With its majestic architecture and luxury interiors, this hotel exudes an old-world charm.

Rosapetra Spa Resort: A wellness-focused resort, Rosapetra offers innovative spa treatments and a unique ergonomic bed in its Massage Zone. The hotel's design emphasises light wood, creating a rustic-chic atmosphere. The Corte del Lampone dining room treats guests to culinary artistry, complemented by nightly entertainment.

Hotel Ambra Cortina Luxury & Fashion Hotel: Nestled in the heart of Cortina d'Ampezzo, Hotel Ambra offers a unique blend of Alpine charm and modern amenities. With its stylish, wood-panelled rooms, guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi and a cosy ambience. The hotel's central location ensures easy access to the town's attractions.

Faloria Mountain Spa Resort: Rejuvenate your senses at the Faloria Mountain Spa Resort. Reimagined in 2018, this resort harmonises with the landscape, showcasing local wood and stone. The spa offers sensory journeys, and the resort features a semi-Olympic pool. Guests can dine at the Faloria Restaurant, enjoying views of the mountain Croda da Lago and Cortina d'Ampezzo's Olympic ski jump.

Hotel Mirage: Situated at the gateway to Cortina, Hotel Mirage is a 4-star establishment that promises a luxurious stay with panoramic mountain views. With its warm and welcoming ambience, modern amenities, and proximity to the ski slopes, it's the perfect retreat for adventure seekers and those looking to relax.

Franceschi Park Hotel: A mere 700 meters from the Funivia delle Tofane cable car and ski lifts, Franceschi Park Hotel is a testament to timeless elegance. This family-run establishment boasts a rich history, offering guests a blend of traditional charm and contemporary comforts. Its spacious rooms, gourmet dining, and impeccable service make it a top choice for discerning travellers.

Miramonti Majestic Grand Hotel: Step into a world of luxury at the Miramonti Majestic Grand Hotel. This historic establishment, known for its appearance in the Roger Moore Bond movie "For Your Eyes Only, offers elegant rooms with parquet flooring and marble bathrooms. Located on a hilltop, it provides serene views of Cinque Torri. Guests can unwind at the wellness centre or explore the town using the hotel's free shuttle service.

Each hotel offers a unique experience, ensuring your stay in Cortina d'Ampezzo is exceptional. Take advantage of the opportunity to allow the dedicated GlobeAir concierge team to make a reservation before arriving in Cortina d'Ampezzo to ensure you can gain access to these exclusive luxury hotels.

The finest restaurants

Cortina d'Ampezzo, a gastronomic hotspot in the Italian Dolomites, offers many dining options that cater to every palate. Here are the top restaurant recommendations to consider during your stay:

Alajmo Cortina: A haven of elegance, Alajmo Cortina offers a modern take on traditional recipes. The ambience is refined, and the flavours are crisp yet profound. The wine list is a connoisseur's dream.

Tivoli: Nestled in an alpine house outside the city, Tivoli serves local cuisine led by chef Graziano Prest that seamlessly blends tradition with modernity. The terrace offers a breathtaking view, complemented by an impressive wine list.

Baita Pié Tofana: Experience the harmony of tradition and innovation in a cottage setting. The cuisine and wine list are both delightful discoveries.

SanBrite: With a mesmerising view of the Ampezzo Dolomites, SanBrite offers regional dishes with a twist, courtesy of Chef Riccardo Gaspari.

Dolomiti Lodge Alverá: A modern chalet ambience with chefs Renzo and Claudio Alverà at the helm, the cuisine is a modern rendition of Ampezzanese classics.

Al Camin di Pompanin Fabio: A blend of tradition and innovation, Chef Fabio Pompanin offers dishes deeply rooted in the region, with a touch of fusion.

Baita Fraina: A terrace with a view of the Dolomites, Baita Fraina presents modern dishes yet rooted in tradition. An enoteca further enhances their wine selection.

La Stüa de Michil: Situated near the picturesque church in Corvara, within the renowned La Perla hotel. The Michilin-Star restaurant, with its wood-rich decor, exudes romance. Chef Simone Cantafio, with his diverse culinary experiences, offers dishes that blend various influences, often highlighting vegetables. The restaurant pays homage to Michele Costa, a significant figure in Ladin tourism.

Ospitale: A historic gem for the region, Ospitale has been rejuvenated by a team of young enthusiasts. The menu reflects regional traditions, with the braised beef cheeks in Lagrein being a recommendation.

Pontejel: Housed in a traditional Ampezzo building, Pontejel offers well-prepared alpine cuisine. The beer, considering the property's history, is the star attraction.

We recommend allowing our dedicated concierge team to make a reservation before arriving in Cortina d'Ampezzo to ensure you can gain access to these exclusive venues.


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