1. Skiing and Snowboarding:
 Cortina is renowned for its superb ski slopes and pristine snow conditions, making it a paradise for winter sports enthusiasts. Visitors can enjoy a variety of skiing and snowboarding experiences, from gentle slopes for beginners to challenging terrain for experts. The Cortina d'Ampezzo ski area is part of the Dolomiti Superski network, offering access to over 1,200 kilometers of interconnected pistes.

2. Cortina Town Center:
 The town center of Cortina exudes charm and elegance, with its pedestrian-friendly streets, quaint shops, and cozy cafes. Visitors can stroll through the picturesque streets, admiring the colorful buildings adorned with traditional frescoes, and browse boutique stores selling luxury fashion, local handicrafts, and gourmet delicacies.

3. Cinque Torri:
 Cinque Torri, or the Five Towers, is a stunning rock formation located just outside Cortina. This natural landmark offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, as well as opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, and photography. Visitors can explore the network of trails that wind through the rocky terrain, or simply relax and enjoy the scenery from one of the nearby mountain huts.

4. Lake Misurina:
 Located a short drive from Cortina, Lake Misurina is a picturesque alpine lake surrounded by towering peaks. Visitors can enjoy leisurely walks along the lakeshore, rent rowboats or pedal boats to explore the crystal-clear waters, or simply relax and take in the serene beauty of the landscape. In winter, the frozen lake is a popular spot for ice skating and ice climbing.

5. Cortina Olympic Ice Stadium:
 Built for the 1956 Winter Olympics, the Cortina Olympic Ice Stadium is a historic landmark and a hub of activity year-round. Visitors can watch thrilling ice hockey matches, figure skating performances, and speed skating competitions, or lace up their skates and take to the ice themselves during public skating sessions.
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