Balloonweek Dolomites

From 04 January 2020 to 12 January 2020
in I-39034 Toblach, Italy
1 Reviews
Balloonweek DolomitesBalloonweek Dolomites


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  • SPECTATORS (1)5.0
  • TOTAL (1)5.0


  • Full Address: Pustertalerstr. 15

  • City: I-39034 Toblach

  • Country: Italy

  • Date: From 04 January 2020 to 12 January 2020

  • Hours:


  • Website:

  • Contact Person: Birgit Costamoling

  • Phone: +39 0474 972 132; +39 348 244 44 51

  • Tags: Toblach, Dolomiti, Balloon, hotair balloon,

  • Email: Contact Us on Email

In these days, dozens of hot-air balloons transform the entire Alta Pusteria into a colorful fantasy landscape. During the Dolomiti Balloonweek every visitor has the opportunity to book a balloon trip with an experienced professional pilot and thus a unique experience and to experience the most beautiful peaks of the world noticeably close, without having to climb them. The unforgettable rides start daily below the middle school of Dobbiaco at about 10.00 clock - insofar as the weather god plays along - and can be reserved by phone or on our website

If you prefer to stay on the ground with both legs, you can see how the colorful giants above their heads towards the sky are getting smaller and smaller. The model balloons can be admired every day from 11.00 clock at the launch site of the hot air balloons.

During the Balloonweek Dolomites, the "Balloon Trophy", which is presented to the one who is making the longest balloon ride, is especially sought after by the pilots. In recent years, trips to Croatia, Slovenia or Hungary have already been awarded.

So put on a wool cap over your ears, wrap yourself in a warm windbreaker and enjoy the Balloonweek to the fullest. Emotions will be provided by the pilot and his good old hot air balloon.


Mongolfiere sulle Alpi (01 December 2019)

Un evento magnifico, in uno dei più suggestivi paesaggi naturali italiani, con la possibilità di effettuare voli in valle oppure delle fantastiche traversate in volo sulle alpi, o comunque conoscere da vicino come funziona una mongolfiera, vedendone il decollo e, in alcuni casi anche l' atterraggio. Sempre presente un gruppo di appassionati di modellini di mongolfiera, con modelli in scala dei grandi giganti dell'aria, ma con il funzionamento analogo, animando le storiche piazze delle cittadine della Val Pusteria.

Review by Tommaso Mottironi


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