- The Bernina red train
The Bernina red train, officially Bernina Express, is a train of the Rhaetian Railway company, which connects Tirano to St. Moritz, proceeding to Davos, Landquart and Chur. It is one of the most beautiful railway lines in the world, so much so that UNESCO included it in the list of World Heritage Sites in 2008. It crosses 55 tunnels and travels 196 viaducts, passing through fairytale scenarios between Switzerland and Italy reaching a maximum altitude of over 2200 meters at the Bernina Pass, from which it takes its name.
- Thermal baths of Bormio
A few kilometers away, in the nearby city of Bormio, guests of the Rezia hotel can spend a pleasant moment of relaxation in the well-known Bormio Thermal Baths, where they can indulge in services such as: sauna, Turkish bath and relaxing massages ... Partner hotel.
- Gavia Pass
The Gavia Pass is, after the Stelvio, the highest Alpine pass in Italy (2,652 m asl) and connects the Valtellina with Ponte di Legno, in the province of Brescia. Several times "Cima Coppi" of the Giro d'Italia. The Gavia Pass entered the history of cycling by right with the famous stage of 5 June 1988 when, under a heavy snowfall and temperatures below zero, the Dutch Johan Van der Velde, who was fleeing towards the finish in Bormio, he faced Gavia dressed only in a cotton t-shirt, risking frostbite.
- Mortirolo Pass
The Mortirolo is a large basin with meadows and woods at an altitude of 1800 m, with peaks that reach 3000 m. Mortirolo has become a captivating summer destination with its small lake and its splendid mountains. Routes and walks. It can be reached from Monno, a sunny and quiet village located about 1000 m, among vast meadows and fir forests, on a hill overlooking the Oglio Valley, about 7 km from Edolo.
- Val di Rezzalo
Val di Rèzzalo is, from a naturalistic and landscape point of view, one of the most interesting, although not one of the most popular, in the Alta Valtellina. From the simple walk in an open, bright, and typically alpine scenery, to the more demanding excursion to the Alpe Pass, from the mountain-bike route, made possible by an almost entirely cycle path due to the presence of a military road, to the ski one. mountaineering, which offers a long and unforgettable opportunity to slide from the arrival point of the Valfurva ski lifts to Fumero, in the lower Val di Rezzalo. All in a symphony of colors and lights reminiscent of much more famous valleys, but not for this more beautiful.
- Stelvio Pass
Among the most famous mythical roads among cycling, motorcycling and car enthusiasts, one can enter the Statale 38 of the Stelvio Pass. This road, which offers a spectacular mountain landscape to the eye, connects the Valtellina (Lombardy) to the Val Venosta (Trentino Alto Adige) crossing the Stelvio Pass at 2758 meters above sea level. after the pass, the Statale 38 continues in Trentino, in Val d'Adige, up to Bolzano.