Hunting for stars - real ones!
The best places to look at the stars in the bright summer skies
Watching the stars on a clear and transparent summer night, in the dark, lying on a meadow and covered in a warm blanket, with your nose pointing upwards, towards the stars, is one of those experiences that will stay in your heart forever. In the mountains there are so many isolated places, where your can observe and immerse yourself in the starry sky: a clearing in the woods, an Alpine peak, or a pasture far from lights and glare.
There, surrounded by silence, you can watch the Big Dipper rise, easily recognise Orion's belt, Cassiopeia, the unmistakeable cross shape of the Cygnus constellation, and an infinite number of other stars. If you look carefully, you can also make out, in all its splendour, the Milky Way, which will lead you to the land of dreams.
And, if you're lucky, on a warm summer night, when a shooting star leaves its sparkling wake, you can even express your greatest wish!