The diversified Alta Badia offers gourmet restaurants with exclusive menus as well as traditional Ladin peasants’ cuisine.
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The Ladin cuisine has got its origins in the traditional local peasants’ cuisine, as in the past lifes were mainly characterised by agriculture. Due to the fact that the Alta Badia was quite isolated and could only be reached on foot, its inhabitants were mainly self supporters.
You can still taste these simple meals in numerous restaurant in the valley. In the last years, however, gastronomy has undoubtedly deserved credits on an international level. You can enjoy a wide range of offers, from mountain huts and taverns to pizzerias and the three Michelin-starred restaurants of the Alta Badia…