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Where to stay in Dolomites

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Yes, I know I am trip planning on Christmas Eve. My Christmas present to myself - booking my next trip. Last year on Christmas Eve, I booked a trip to Nepal. This year - it's the Dolomites, hopefully less chaotic than Nepal. I've read several posts to get ideas on where to stay in the Dolomites. I like centrally located small towns that are easy to do day hikes and sightseeing from. For instance, in Switzerland, I base myself in Lauterbrunnen. Can anyone give me suggestions on similar situations in the Dolomites. From my readings, some people suggest Bolzano, others like Castelrotto. I will be relying on trains for transportation - starting my trip in Ljubljana to see the Julian Alps, then heading to the Dolomites before going to Lauterbrunnen for a few days. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Merry Christmas!!!
Martha

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