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This place actually looks like a fairytale town. We were lucky enough to be staying right in this zone in one of the lofts owned by an acquaintance. Walking around this town gives you a peek into the charm of the village of Ortisei. The...More
Ortisei is very accommodating for families with young children and events cater to this throughout evening. 6:15pm Torch descent at children’s piste was fun for all ages and colourful. Downtown area is great for walking and enjoying a glue wine and the many boutiques and...More
We spent 3 nights in Ortisei, given the ease of access to various lifts/cablecars – and while a lot of our time was spent outdoors hiking/trekking, we enjoyed the town itself as well. The pedestrianized zone –roughly the stretch between St Anthony’s Chapel and the...More
The pedestrian area of Ortisei is a compact and quaint area, with shops and eateries around. It has the nice charm of a small town. The architecture here is a little different from what we saw in Cortina.
It was our first night in Santa Cristina, it was a tuesday in july. On this night they have a market in the main road of local crafts and food called the long night of santa cristina, It makes for a very interesting evening walk...More
Hi, the main street is traffic free, so no issue from that point of view. Off the main road I have to admit did not make a specific note about dropped kerbs so don't feel qualified to help on that. We were in car park across... More
Hi, the main street is traffic free, so no issue from that point of view. Off the main road I have to admit did not make a specific note about dropped kerbs so don't feel qualified to help on that. We were in car park across from the town access across a bridge which would be wheel chair friendly.
The shopping area and our car park were a little hilly but not that too difficult if f the wheel chair occupant was aided. The tourist centre had toilets, very clean and accessible from a wheelchair point of view. I have completed a Disability Awareness Course, so do try to note these when travelling. All the shopkeepers were friendly, but many of the shops had two or three steps, some of the cafes had outdoor seating, thats probably weather dependent. Hope this helps and if you visit I am sure you will enjoy the town, its stunningly beautiful.
There are some close parking places, it's a relatively small area of a few streets, there are almost no cars in the specific streets nor sidewalks, so far so good, but, the streets are mostly up/down hill so it might add... More
There are some close parking places, it's a relatively small area of a few streets, there are almost no cars in the specific streets nor sidewalks, so far so good, but, the streets are mostly up/down hill so it might add some difficulties with a wheel chair.