Every now and then a submission lands in our inbox that truly takes our breath away. But not because of stylish dresses or elaborate decor – quite the opposite in fact. These two incredible brides
The Italian Dolomites are some of the most beautiful peaks in the world. Today we’re sharing five reasons why they need to be the top of your list when considering locations for your elopement in Europe.
A bohemian inspired pre-wedding shoot at Lago Di Braies in the Dolomites with a stunning Rue De Seine wedding gown and some breathtaking scenery.
When you start hiking, day hikes turn in to overnight trips, and before you know it, you’re planning a multi-day trekking adventure. Whilst there may not be any Hollywood movies about these trails yet, this selection of Europe’s best multi-day hikes treats hikers to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Think jagged mountain peaks, turquoise lakes, ancient glaciers and dramatic coastlines. And for those who take on the challenge of these multi-day hikes, the experience is one they will never forget.
Jennifer & Jeff are both massive cycling fans. It was during a cycling holiday in the Dolomites that Jeff proposed to Jennifer, so returning to this stunning region for their wedding day was the the perfect choice.
The Tre Cime di Lavaredo (also called the Drei Zinnen) are perhaps the most famous peaks in the Dolomites UNESCO world heritage region in northern Italy. Alongside Lake Braies, they are one of the most popular sites to visit in the area. Back in May this year we finally got to experience hiking the Tre Cime.
Staying in a mountain hut can be a great adventure. But what can you expect on your first mountain hut experience? I talk about my first time in a mountain hut in the Austrian Alps and what I learned about mountain hut etiquette.
Mountain Wedding In The Dolomites Isabella, Italian, and Nikolas, Greek, both live in New York. They both love trekking, skiing, being in the nature and adventurous traveling. So no big surprise that they decided to
In the region known as South Tyrol you’ll find some of the Europe’s most stunning alpine scenery in the UNESCO site of the Dolomites. It’s been somewhere on our bucket list ever since we moved