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    Experience South Tyrol - it's unforgettable!

    Don't miss the diverse range of experiences of South Tyrol! Enjoy sporting activities, discover the rich culture and visit diverse events in Alpine and Mediterranean locations. Whether young or old, everyone will find something suitable. To help you decide, we present our suggestions for an unforgettable holiday in South Tyrol. Experience the diversity!

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    Places to See
    Bunker Malles / Mals
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    As a place of passage over the Alps, the Upper Vinschgau has always been of military interest. Not only the Romans, the Habsburgs and Napoleon passed through here, but also the Second World War left its traces. Most of these traces, however, are not visible to the naked eye, as they are monumental underground bunkers that were planned as defensive installations and places of refuge. The hidden fortresses were part of the Alpine Wall, but were never used for military purposes.
    Today, the architectural relics from the interwar period are embedded in the orchards and pastures of the surrounding area.

    Refill points for drinking water
    Respect the mountains - Fountain Music pavilon San Candido
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    This fountain is located directly in the center of San Candido in the front of the music pavilon with free an barrier-free access.

    In the course of the project "Respect the Mountains", the certified fountains of the municipality of San Candido were collected and published. This fountain is one of the ten fountains in San Candido, which reflects this project. The fountains invete you to fill up reusable bottles with fresh and high-quality drinking water.
    Sports and leisure
    Bowling on natural alleys
    Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    •Bowling on natural alleys: Gasthaus Schönblick – Aldein Tel. +39 0471 886 806  / Schönrastalm – Aldein Tel. +39 0471 886 731 / Lahneralm – Aldein Tel. +39 0471 886 056 / Gurndinalm – Jochgrimm Tel. +39 0471 886 745 / Gasthaus Nigglhof – Radein Tel. +39 0471 887 165 /

    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Kuhalm
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Restaurant Rinneralm
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

    Places to See
    Source of the river Drava
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    During its 750 km long journey to the Danube the Drava flows through 5 European countries. It has its beginning in Dobbiaco. sily reached on foot or by bike. Starting point, especially for families is the forest WoodWonderland.

    Further information to the water treasures of Dobbiaco: http://www.drei-zinnen.info/en/dobbiaco/dobbiaco/experiencing-dobbiaco/lago-di-dobbiaco-lago-di-landro-and-dobbiaco-water-treasures.html?_ga=1.243384837.1489106145.1483110301

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church Maria Schnee
    Meran/Merano and environs

    The Rio di Lagundo (Aschbach) district is separated from the rest of the city. It is located on Mount Tramontana (Nörderberg) in Val Venosta (Vinschgau) valley, forming a small enclave between the towns of Parcines (Partschins) and Plaus. Rio Lagundo can be reached by cable car and of course also by car. Particularly worth visiting is the Maria della Neve Church (Our Lady of Snow) and the Santissimo Cuore di Gesù (Sacred Heart of Jesus). The small Maria della Neve Church was built in 1695 and stands on top of a hill. In 1889, a larger church was built and dedicated to the Santissimo Cuore di Gesù (Sacred Heart of Jesus).

    Bathing Lakes & Outdoor Pools
    swimming pool Andriano
    Meran/Merano and environs

    In Andrianos swimming pool you can have fun and relaxe. There is a pool for children, a water slide, shaded places and a bar where you can eat well - There is something for every taste!

    Parks
    The Texel Group Nature Park
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Nature Park

    On the road again …in South Tyrol’s largest nature park! Discover breath-taking flora and fauna!

    The Texel Group Nature Park stretches over an area of around 33,430 hectares and is South Tyrol’s largest nature park. It reaches from the Schnals Valley and Passeier Valley to the main Alpine ridge. During your discovery trips in the nature park, you will be able to see many examples of breath-taking flora and fauna. South Tyrol’s largest nature park is home to numerous warm-loving animals such as the cliff swallow (this is the most northerly place where they can be found), mantis, squirrels and ravens. The difference of altitude inside the nature park can be as much as 3,000 metres, which opens the spectrum of animals you might be able to see. You can even find the emerald lizard here, as well as the asp viper. The Texel Group Nature Park contains a lot of water, which is partly due to the holding capacity of loose rocks, but also because of the glaciers’ melting waters. In addition, it gives us the largest high-Alpine lake collection, the Sprons Lakes, which consist of 10 individual lakes. Another attraction is the 97 metre high Partschins waterfall. At the Nature Park House in Naturns, you can find extensive information about the nature park. It is highly recommended that you check out the circular hiking trail of the Meran High Mountain Road, one of the most beautiful, high-Alpine hiking trails in Europe, with fantastic panoramic views.

    Churches & Monasteries
    The Franciscan Monastery
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The Franciscan Church was consecrated by the archbishop of Bressanone in 1697. The church is characterised by being back to basics, as the friar churches built during the Counter-Reformation clearly differ from traditional Collegiate Churches dedicated to belongings and culture through their simple and clear method of construction (planning: Franciscan friar Vitus Rastbichler from the Ötztal Valley). The Order's ideal of simplicity and poverty is reflected in the absence of a high bell tower and complex vaults and frescoes. After the entrance there's the small Chapel of Saint Anthony annexed to the nave destined for private meditation. The Fathers originally recited the choral prayers from the gallery. Not much of what distinguished the initial version of the church remains to be seen today, with the exception of the large oil paintings behind the side altars and the Franciscan saints on the southern wall. Today's altars are nice examples of Rococo art. The careful restoration works performed between 1992 and 1994 provided the Convent with its original appearance. The restoration project was awarded the Europa Nostra Prize in June, 1994. Visiting hours: daily (except Monday morning) 8 am - 6.30 pm

    Ski Rental
    Rent and go Baranci
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    You can find the rental inside the valley station of the chairlift Baranci. Here you can get sledges, helmets and headlights as well.

    Forts & Castles
    Schloss Plars - wine tasting
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Lordly towers, historical pinnacles and arcade windows.
    Schloss Plars evokes tradition and combines the charming ambiance of old times with the stylish appeal of modernity, while love for details and a perceptible sense of well-being give an extra touch to the special atmosphere of the place. 

    From april to October there is a wine educational trail - a guided tour with a visit to the wine cellar and a wine tasting session.

    You can book the tour at the winery "Schloss Plars" until the day prior to your visit. Phone: 0039 0473 448 472 or E-Mail: info@schlossplars.com.

    Price: EURO 15 per Person (free for children/youths under the age of 16)

    Culture & Attractions
    Bridge Forst
    Meran/Merano and environs
    The Etsch Bridge in Algund is a covered wooden bridge over the river Adige. 
    It connects the center of Algund with the associated district Forst and can only be used by pedestrians and cyclists.


     

    Churches & Monasteries
    Santissima Tinità Church
    Meran/Merano and environs

    The local parish priest, Anton Martin Schenk, had the Santissima Trinità (Church of the Holy Trinity) built in the Velloi (Vellau) district in 1742. The church soon became too small for the growing population of the village and was extended by local peasants, completed between 1894 and 1895. Only then Velloi could accommodate its priest for the first time. The latest restoration of the small church was in 1975.

    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Bergalm
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

    Churches & Monasteries
    The Sant'Ippolito and Erardo Parish Church
    Meran/Merano and environs

    In the eastern part of the Lagundo "Garden Village", bordering the Merano district of Quarazze (Gratsch), lies the Lagundo district Paese (Dorf). The old Sant'Ippolito and Erardo Parish Church is found here. First documented in 1200, the church features three distinct architectural styles - Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque. The church holds many valuable treasures of art, both internally and externally, all of which testify to the turbulent political and cultural history of Tyrol. Between 1618 and 1628 a new Early Baroque nave designed by the architect Francesco Lucchese was added to the parish church. The church is closed because of restoration work.

    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Obere Gewingesalm
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Joggelealm
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

    Museums
    Kunstraum Cafe Mitterhofer (free Wifi)
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    Your café and art space in the middle of San Candido: the cozy morning coffee, quick after lunch espresso, the convivial after-work drink or an evening vernissage - here you will find your room.

    Chosen wisely ingredients, seasoned with a pinch of art. Kunstraum Café Mitterhofer: your café, your space.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Stilfes / Stilves Parish Church
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    The church is consecrated to St. Petrus and the earliest recorded mention of the building dates back to the start of the 13th century. The ceiling frescoes were painted by Christoph Brandstätter and combine with the interior of the church to produce a remarkable example of a room dating from the late Baroque or Classical period. Open all day long.

    Refill points for drinking water
    Respect the mountains - Fountain Via Atto San Candido
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    This fountain is located directly in the center of San Candido on the northern part of the Collegiate Church with free an barrier-free access.

    In the course of the project "Respect the Mountains", the certified fountains of the municipality of San Candido were collected and published. This fountain is one of the ten fountains in San Candido, which reflects this project. The fountains invete you to fill up reusable bottles with fresh and high-quality drinking water.
    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Wasserfalleralm
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Funeral Chapell
    Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    Gais has recently been enriched with a historical jewel-
     culturally.  After years of preparatory work, the
     mortuary skin, the so-called “ossarium”, has been transformed into
     in a small museum and made available to the public.
     The centrepiece of the museum is a cycle of frescoes from the period
     late-Gothic with a Universal Judgment unique in its
     gender and, next to it, the works on the redemption of
     poor souls, a kind of catechism for believers
     who at the time could not read.  In addition,
     admire the priestly vestments of Castelbadia  (Miscellaneous
     precious casulas) in a glass case and St. Constantine II
     (a complete skeleton) in a reliquary.
    Guided tours on request: +39 348 7961570
    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Kalcheralm
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Saxnerhütte
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Rinneralm
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Kerschbaumeralm
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Sant Ulrico Church
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Located on the left bank of the Adige River in the direction of Val Venosta (Vinschgau) valley, there is an accumulation of rubble from Plars. The villages of Plars di Mezzo (Mitterplars) and Plars di Sopra (Oberplars) are found here, as well as the beautiful Late Gothic Church Sant'Ulrico, surrounded by orchards and vineyards. The church was first documented in 1493, although it was most likely built even earlier. At the time, the church belonged to the Bavarian monastery of St. Mang in Füssen. The external frescoes on the southern side of the church are particularly worth visiting.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Parish Church Algund
    Meran/Merano and environs

    The San Giuseppe Parish Church is one of the most beautiful and modern churches in the Alps and is a fine example of contemporary architecture. The church was built and designed by the famous architect Dr. Willy Gutweniger between 1966 and 1971. It represents a successful attempt to combine ancient and modern architecture and it is important that visitors allow themselves enough time to understand the rich symbolic language of the building. The church opened on March 13, 1977 in the presence of the Bishop of the Diocese at the time, Dr. Josef Gargitter. Further information and images of the church and its furnishings are available at the vicarage and in the Tourist Association. Guided tours are held every Thursday at 5pm (except when funerals are held), from Easter to All Saints Day (November).
    The church is opened daily from 7am to 7pm.

    E-bike charging station
    E-bike charging station Martalm
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    If cyclists run out of juice, they can rest here for a while and recharge not only their own energy, but also that of their bike. Bikers should have their own power supply unit in their luggage.

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