Timelapse film with some of my favorite scenes from the past year. Locations of the time-lapse: Rome, Verona, Venice, Dolomites, Milan, Tuscany, Lake Como.
8K view of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe.
Video timeline: 00:00–00:05 Intro 00:06–00:48 Tirol Austrian Mountains 00:49–01:29 Furka Pass and Rhone Glacier, Switzerland 01:30–01:36 Italian Dolomites 01:37–01:46 Leukerbad Mountain, Switzerland 01:47–02:06 Faroe Islands 02:07–02:16 Formentera island, Spain 02:17–02:54 Lofoten islands, Norway 02:55–03:20 Krka National Park, Croatia 03:21–03:55 Icelandic Landscapes 03:56–04:18 Dolomites, Italy 04:19–04:32 Stelvio Pass Bormio, Italy 04:33–04:49 Pennine Alps mountains, Italy- Switzerland 04:50–05:24 Tuscany landscapes, Italy 05:25–05:51 Kandertal Alps, Switzerland 05:52–06:18 Dolomites, Italy 06:19–06:31 Torrevieja Salt Flats, Spain 06:32–06:56 Lovatnet Lake, Norway 06:57–07:03 Dutch landscape 07:04–08:52 Icelandic landscapes 08:53–09:16 Staubbach Falls, Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland 09:17–09:32 Lake in Graubnden, Switzerland 09:33–09:44 Swiss mountain lake 09:45–10:02 Interlaken, Switzerland 10:03–10:30 Finland forests 10:31–11:05 Dover coast, United Kingdom 11:06–11:16 Hintersee Lake, Germany 11:17–11:28 Etretat coast, France 11:29–11:39 Geiranger Fjord, Norway 11:40–11:46 Lago di Fusine, Italy 11:47–12:20 Corfu island, Greece
Italy, a European country with a long Mediterranean coastline, has left a powerful mark on Western culture and cuisine. Its capital, Rome, is home to the Vatican as well as landmark art and ancient ruins. Other major cities include Florence, with Renaissance masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s “David” and Brunelleschi’s Duomo; Venice, the city of canals; and Milan, Italy’s fashion capital.
The Dolomites are without a doubt one of my favorite places ever! I’ve been there twice and made a drone video showing you my favorite top 3 must visit spots!
First place: Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm
Second place: Cadini di Misurina & Tre Cime di Lavaredo
Third place: Lago di Braies/Pragser wildsee even though it’s always crowded, even at sunrise this place will always be magical
Filmed and Edited by: Markus Römischer
This was my 10-Days roadtrip to the Dolomites in South Tyrol. We started our trip from Mannheim, Germany and drove via Austria to Italy.
South Tyrol, or Alto Adige, is a province in northeast Italy. It includes part of the Dolomites range, with limestone summits like the Three Peaks of Lavaredo. Pragser Wildsee lake (Lago di Braies) sits in a valley crossed by paths, including one leading to the Plätzwiese (Prato Piazza) high plateau. The ski resort of Kronplatz (Plan de Corones) has trails and slopes, plus a cable car to the top of Mount Kronplatz.
Filmed and Edited by: Tim Roosjen
Beautiful landscapes and mountains. We scheduled a 2 weeks trip through Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland.
During this epic road trip, we have explored some of the most beautiful places in the Alps region. Some places we visited: • Berchtesgaden (Germany) • Hallstatt (Austria) • Schladming Tauern (Austria) • Cadini Di Misurina (Italy) • Seceda (Italy) • Ischgl (Austria/Switzerland) • Appenzell (Switzerland)
Join me on a sightseeing tour in the Dolomites, a breathtaking mountain range and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Italy’s northern Alps.
Join me on a full tour of Forestis, an incredibly stylish and uber-luxurious 5-star hotel in the Italian Alps. Cool, tranquil and connected to its stunning setting, Forestis is a ski-in/ski-out, adults-only sanctuary in the Dolomites’ spectacular mountainscape, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
FORESTIS is located in a densely wooded area, 1,800 m above sea-level, with a view of the Dolomites. The area’s unique and outstanding natural character had already prompted the Austrian monarchy to establish a tuberculosis sanatorium at precisely this special site.
The architecture of FORESTIS is inspired by the same natural features that were once decisive in establishing a sanatorium. The excellent water, air, sun and climate are reflected here in equally authentic materials. Stone, from which the spring emerges, glass, as clear as the air, warm materials that warm like the sun, and the wood that grows best in this climate. Outside and inside, these natural materials are in harmony with each other, just like nature itself.
Filmed and Edited by: Sam Rogue
This film summarises our 10 days trip to the dolomites, followed by some 5 days or so in Cinque Terre. Only on our last day I had the idea for the notebook and how to tie the whole story together, so we filmed those parts on our last afternoon, and I called up Luca whom I’d met spontaneously through Instagram and who had come to the famous Seceda-2500 with us, and asked him if he was okay with narrating the story.
Breathtaking Epic views of surrounding Dolomite peaks. At the Falzarego Pass, a gondola rises to Mt. Lagazuoi. From the top you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the pass and the surrounding Dolomite peaks. Since 1965, this cable car has connected the Falzarego pass (2,117 m) with the Lagazuoi Refuge at an altitude of 2,746 metres. This lift facility kicked off the development of a popular tourist attraction area. Over the years, Mount Lagazuoi has become a popular skiing and hiking area of Cortina d’Ampezzo. The area has been made progressively attractive to tourist by the completion of the Open-air Museum of the First World War and, in 2018, of the exhibition pole Lagazuoi Expo Dolomiti.