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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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    Forts & Castles
    "De Campi" estate
    The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    The “De Campi” estate dates back to the 16th century and is connected to the Wohlgemuth manor by a stone portal on which the coat of arms and three pinnacles can be seen. The street-side façade is symmetrically divided into three storeys. The windows and doors are also stone-framed. The upper floor has two polygonal corner oriels. In the middle of the two is an elegant double-arched window and above it is a wide French door with a wrought-iron balcony. The year 1563 is written on the cellar door.
    Churches & Monasteries
    San Silvestro Chapel
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The location of the chapel on the highest point of the San Silvestro Valley, has been identified as a prehistoric hillfort. Pre-christian sanctuaries were mostly build in such high located spots. It is therefore possible that also the San Silvestro Chapel was one of the pre-german shepherd's sacred places with a sacrificial altar.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Mausoleum
    Meran/Merano and environs

    The mausoleum was built between 1860 and 1869 according to the plans of the Vienna architect professor Moritz Wappler, as a burial place for Archduke Johann of Austria and his family. The church is situated on an artificial terrace at the western edge of the church hill and is one of the earliest and without doubt the most successful sacred building in the Neo-Gothic style. The building was constructed of red sandstone and granite from the Ifinger region. In the underground crypt chapel with its heavy ribbed vaults, there is the marble sarcophagus of Archduke Johann and his wife.

    Lakes, cascades
    Stilfser Goldseen lakes
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    A circuit trail near the Obere Stilfser Alm Alpine refuge leads to the Goldseen Lakes above Stilfs/Stelvio (not to be confused with the Goldsee Lake on the Stelvio Pass). In the high mountain grasslands around these small Alpine lakes, one enjoys an unobstructed view of the Ortler area.
    Climbing
    Climbing garden Langenstein/Orso
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The climbing garden is located just below the top station of the Langenstein chairlift at 2,300 m. It can be reached via path no. 3 from Sulden (1,900 m) in about 1 hour's walking time. The difficulty levels of the 11 routes are between 3b and 7a.

    Forts & Castles
    The commendam of Longomoso
    Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The History of Commandery Longomoso - a rural branch of the Teutonic Order - is closely related to the hospice, which was built in the year 1200, when the road to cross the Alps led across the Renon. The hospice was used as accommodation for travelers, for changing horses, to care for the sick. The present form of the building as a mighty wall cube with a pyramid roof was built c.1650. The magnificent "Reiteröfen" (fireplaces) in the state rooms are witnesses of domestic potter art. Worth seeing are the stucco ceiling and wallpaper with biblical scenes and episodes from the history of the Teutonic Order. Today the Commandery is the beaming cultural center for the whole Renon. The Board of Trustees of the Commandery Longomoso operates a varied program of events.

    Local traditional products
    Cheese dairy Waldsamerhof
    Gsies/Valle di Casies

    Alto Adige’s smallest “teaching dairy”.  Come and see how butter, cheese dairy products,... are made from milk: you’ll be amazed and learn many interesting things. There is also a store where the Huber family sells their products.

    At the moment it is not possible to visit the cheese dairy. The farm shop is open.

    Meat and sausages
    Butcher shop Mair
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    For three generations we have been producing meat and bacon products of the highest quality: South Tyrolean branded bacon, fine hams, salami, Kaminwurzen, beef smoked meats, knuckles of pork, traditional black pudding as well as fresh meat specialities from lamb, pork, beef, poultry and game.
    Depending on the season there are grilled dishes and local specialities, fresh salads, bacon, cheese and liver dumplings. All freshly prepared!

    Sports and leisure
    Cross Woods Landscape Slides
    Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    In 2023, a brand new adrenaline rush is coming to the Speikboden. We can’t wait to welcome you to CROSS WOODS, Italy’s first forest slide park.

    Works will begin beneath Pirate’s Rock, the magical via ferrata for children, in early summer. In July 2023, things will really get off to a flying start when the first visitors go speeding down the four landscape slides. Meanwhile, newbies to the world of sliding can find their feet in the small slide field under the trees.

    And it goes without saying that CROSS WOODS is a zero-emissions attraction; visitors walk to the top on foot and are whisked away by the force of gravity and their own body weight.

    Slide riders can rent a slide mat from one of our staff members at a cost of 5 euros per day. This enables riders to go down the slides as many times as they wish and spend as long on them as their adrenaline rush lasts! For each paying adult, one child under the age of 12 can use a slide mat free of charge.

     

     

    July 1st 2023 – October 15th 2023 during the operating times of cablecar Speikboden

    Fees: Carpet daily: 5 Euro

    For each paying adult, one child under the age of 12 can use a slide mat free of charge.

    Museums
    MuseumHinterPasseier – Stiëber Mooseum in Moos/Moso
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    A museum structure at the old hydroelectric power station situated at the foot of the Stieber Waterfall at Moos. The topics: hydropower, the history of technic and electricity of the Hinterpasseier.

    Free admission

    Places to See
    Art Nouveau - the Kurhaus in Merano
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Built on the Passer Promenade, the old Kurhaus wellness center is the symbol of the city of Merano as a spa town and one of the finest multi-purpose buildings on the southern side of the Alps. Its rooms regularly house cultural and social events, conferences, exhibitions, celebrations and galas. The Kurhaus was built in the second half of the nineteenth century. The original part, the Pavillon des Fleurs, was inaugurated in 1874 and has existed practically unchanged to this day. The new wing, which included the Kursaal, a huge hall designed by Vienna Successionist architect Friedrich Ohmann, was inaugurated on 31 December 1914. The access at the Kurhaus is allowed only during events.

    Wellness Treatments
    Acquafun
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The bathing culture that developed in Innichen / San Candido as a result of the therapeutic springs that rise here was very popular as early as the 19th century. Today you can enjoy this special bathing experience in the Acquafun feel-good oasis and adventure pool. The mountain view is all part of the experience! Acquafun San Candido is no ordinary swimming pool in South Tyrol, but a unique alpine world of adventure for the whole family. Lying beside a cheerfully bubbling mountain brook, listening to the twittering of birds and admiring South Tyrol's mountain scenery, here you will feel closer than ever to nature. There's a children's pool, water fountains, a slide, aqua massage, a delightful meadow to lie upon during the warm summer months and much more - as much variety as our wonderful natural landscape. In our adventure pool you can experience a refreshing change and recuperate from the stresses of everyday life.

    Guides, schools
    Alpine school Ortler
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Experienced and professional mountain guides of the Mountaineering School "Ortler" are happy to take you touring or to realize your dreams with you.

    Local traditional products
    Hintnerhof
    Gsies/Valle di Casies
    One egg is the same as another. Or not?
    Our organic chickens live in the mobile stable in the middle of our meadows, so our chickens get fresh grass, air and sun. We also keep dual-purpose chickens. With “dual use” we mean eggs & meat, which means that the meat of our organic chickens is also used as soup chicken after their active time as laying hens and the male chicks are also raised. Unfortunately not a matter of course these days …But for us an affair of the heart! ♥
    Even if ethical and sustainable use of our earth’s resources is important to you, eggs from dual-purpose chickens are a matter of course! Why do organic meadow eggs cost more than normal free-range eggs? The workload with a mobile stable is greater because it gets a new place in our meadows around every 2 weeks and additional feed and water have to be brought to the stable.
    In addition to the higher costs for the purchase and rearing of organic laying hens themselves and the larger land requirement per animal provided for by the guidelines for organic agriculture, it is above all the costs for the feed that have an impact on the books. Grains and pulses in organic quality are much more expensive than corresponding products from conventional cultivation.

    Our chickens only get certified GMO-free organic feed. Due to the good feeding, the fresh grass and the great freedom of movement in our meadows and fields, our organic meadow eggs simply taste better and contain a particularly large number of vitamins (A, D, E), healthy omega 3 fatty acids and carotenoids. That is what is special about our organic meadow eggs!
    Local traditional products
    Houfahof farm
    Gsies/Valle di Casies
    The Houfabox...the self-service box with farm products from the farm Houfahof.

    Products for sale:
    * Salami and Kaminwurzen: the salami and Kaminwurzen are made from meat from our animals.
    * Quail eggs: We attach great importance to the fact that our quails live in species-appropriate floor husbandry, which means sufficient space, the best feed and beneficial sand baths. All this is the basis for our high-quality quail eggs. And you can taste it! The vitamin bombs in miniature can have positive effects on allergies, positively influence health and increase well-being.
    Sports and leisure
    Dolomiti Ranger
    Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The Dolomiti Rangers, within the nature park of Fanes Senes and Braies, are playful characters enacted by children from 7 to 12 years of age who sign up at the visitor center in the San Vigilio nature park. Accompanied by their parents and with the help of an expert guide, they go into the nature park to explore themes about nature with a training module of their choice (morning, afternoon or evening) and to learn the rules of behavior to protect a nature park.

    Diligent participation in at least two modules awards them the “Dolomiti Ranger” diploma.

    The experience, that takes place 2 days at week with a set time for each module, is useful and enjoyable for all the family and can be repeated in other South Tyrolean nature parks.

    Forts & Castles
    "Branzoll" fortress
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    This fortress was built around 1250. After the fire in the year 1671 the lock remained a ruin, until it was bought and rebuilt in the year 1895 by the well-known castle friend Dr. Otto Piper. An inspection is not possible, since the lock is inhabited by a family from Klausen.

    Bike Rental
    Bici Alto Adige
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Rental bike at the railway stazion di Naturno, e-bikes, bikes for children, mountainbikes, citybikes
    Points: Resia (Sport Winkler), Malles (Torre alla stazione), Naturno (stazione ferroviaria), Merano (Palamainardo)

    Sports and leisure
    Lama Trekking Tesido
    Welsberg-Taisten/Monguelfo-Tesido
    Get some feeling of the Andes by making a trekking excursion with the „Pustertal Lama“. The excursions are made with five young lamas. According to an old method of the Inca, lamas can be load with backpacks and other equipment. During a short instruction you will learn about habits and features of lamas. After some training you will start your trip with these quiet, exotic animals. Because of their calm charakter, lamas can be led also by children and elderly people. Only on reservation by phonecall!
    Meat and sausages
    Butchers shop Hell
    Welsberg-Taisten/Monguelfo-Tesido

    The hotel butcher's is a real and proper quality activity. There you can find a lot of specialties like speck, smoked salamini, home-cured ham as well as a large selection of sausages and various types of canederli (bread dumplings with sausages) which are produced according to a traditional home-made recipe.

    Bike Rental
    Südtirol Rad: the bike rental point in Meran/Merano
    Meran/Merano and environs
    Sportservice Erwin Stricker has several bike-rental points under the brand Bici Alto Adige/ Südtirol Rad. The Meran rental point is located on Meinhardstraße/Via Mainardo 172 ("Palamainardo"), close to the main train station, and is open from April to October (Monday-Sunday, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon & 1:00-6:00 p.m.).

    Other rental points: Reschen/Resia (Sport Winkler), Mals/Malles (water tower at the train station), Naturns/Naturno (train station), Lana (Eurocenter), Bozen/Bolzano (Rittnerstraße/via Renon 25A, near the central bus station), Kaltern/Caldaro (Rottenburger Platz). 

    Further information and rental fees:https://www.suedtirol-rad.com/vinschgau-val-venosta-meran-merano
    Local traditional products
    Boarbichl - Farm shop and cheese factory
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Boarbichl: genuine and pure. Experience the mountain farm in the rhythm of nature. Fresh milk is processed daily into high-quality, regional food directly in the farm’s cheese factory and sold among others in the farm shop. Consider the gift basket “Hofkistl” as a very special souvenir to bring back home (upon request). In addition, a delivery service to hotels and private homes is offered.

    Farm Products:

    Raw milk cheese from original South Tyrolean grey cattle, yoghurt, fresh cheese and ripe cheese, quark (curd), Kaminwurzen (smoked Tyrolean sausages), fruit spreads, herbal salt.

    Events:

    Farmers markets:

    Schenner Dorfmarktl: every second Thursday of the month from 9.00 am to 12.30 pm on the Raiffeisenplatz square in Schenna

    Obermaiser Bauernmarkt: every Wednesday from 7.30 am to 1.00 pm on the Brunnenplatz square in Obermais, Merano

    Forts & Castles
    Hausmann-Locherer estate
    The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The Hausmann-Locherer estate dates from the Renaissance period, was built in the second half of the 16th century and is characterised by architectural elements of Nordic and Italian origin that are typical of the Überetsch/Oltradige architectural style. Architrave-shaped windows and an entrance portal with a round arch decorate the façade of the building. Above this round arch is the coat of arms of Andrä Locherer from 1593, consisting of a unicorn standing on its hind legs. The interior rooms with their central hall are arranged symmetrically. Some rooms have stuccoed ceilings, others are covered with 17th century woodcarving decorations. The entire building encloses an inner courtyard.

    Local traditional products
    Farm bar Unterweirachhof
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Anyone who knows Hermann also knows that he stands behind his products with his heart and soul.
    The product range on offer diverse: bacon, pork belly, wine and apple juice.

    Above all, Hermann Schönweger has a special relationship with wine. The approximately 250-year-old vine of the "Versoaln" grape variety thrives here.

    Tradition has it that this vine was destroyed by the French during the pillaging of the courtyard during the Napoleonic Wars in 1809. When the farm was rebuilt in 1810, the vine began to sprout again. The base of the grapevine has a circumference of 106 cm. This formerly widespread grape varietal can now be found almost solely on old stock located on the viticultural fringes.

    The house wine Vernatsch, a dark Cuvée, Rosé and Müller Thurgau are offered for sale. Tasting of farm-fresh produce in the adjoining tavern is possible.

    Every Friday from may - september: Cooking "Muas" with Hermann. Registration: +39 0473 967008

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