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Experiences for everyone

Where memories were born and families can live a wonderful time

Staying overnight in a mountain refuge for the first time, proudly writing one's name in the summit book or looking behind the castle walls in the footsteps of knights and ladies-in-waiting. South Tyrol holds these unforgettable experiences in store for you. Here children grow beyond themselves and immerse in an enchanting nature. Some parents too, recall when they ventured through the Alpine meadows with their new friends. Are you all set for a new adventure?

Where cheerful children and parents roam

Feel like a damsel of the castle for one day, ride your bike through the apple orchards faster than daddy, or walk on the mossy forest floor in the Nature Park as a Dolomiti Ranger. These leisure tips will make every South Tyrol’s fan smile, both children and adults.

Trauttmansdorff Castle

Stroll through the “Most Beautiful Gardens in the World”

Holiday in the family hotels South Tyrol

Supervised children's programs, organized excursions in nature and child-friendly hotel services - parents enjoy wellness and beautiful ambience, refined South Tyrolean cuisine and sports activities. The 25 specialized family hotels South Tyrol know what children and adults wish.

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Adventure is calling

At the foot of mighty peaks, on sunny hills or in the middle of the forest - amusement parks for families are designed through South Tyrolean landscape. Certified facilities, trained guides and age-appropriate programs promise an adventurous time for all.

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Family tips for every season

With a southern-like climate, families already experience mild temperatures in spring and are invited to stay in the countryside: cycling along the South Tyrolean rivers, hiking in a Nature Park with snow-covered peaks in view. In the summer, the family program is divided into refreshing moments at high altitudes or underwater. It has a wide range of options: from a family hike to the waterfall or along ancient "Waale", the traditional canal trails, to swimming in Kalterer See lake.

Outdoor days will be warm in autumn until November - it all seems made for spending your time in a magnificent colorful landscape. With the "Törggelen", for instance, you come one step closer to farm life. Even rainy weather doesn't dampen the mood: many castles, palaces and museums keep their doors open until All Saints' Day

And in winter? The snow, ice and crisp winter air don't lock you at home. Whether on the ice rink or skiing and tobogganing in the ski resorts, the South Tyrolean winter unleashes its colors!

Dolomiti Ranger: for adventurists and explorers

How do plants survive at cold temperature altitudes? How are mountains formed? What animal has left traces behind? Answers to such questions can be found by young and old explorers during guided programs in the South Tyrolean nature reserves.

Educational activities for children in the mountains
Dolomiti Ranger
Dolomiti Ranger

Anything else?

For some kids, the greatest thing is to go fishing with dad. On the other hand, beating mommy at miniature golf or archery is also really fun. No matter how your offspring are wired, you're sure to hit the mark with these tips.

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What else for know-it-alls?

Where is the nearest swimming lake? Who lives in this castle? What does Speck Alto Adige taste like? Prepare now for attainable wishes or questions from your family. We have gathered the most relevant answers for you here.

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