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Go shopping within old walls

Historic cities with medieval origins, defensive walls partly still intact, finely restored townhouses and historic-cultural landmarks. They are all places where cobbled alleys and lively shopping streets are branching off. Not far from the shops, you'll find tranquil promenades and buzzing pubs. Pay a visit to the cities of Bolzano/Bozen, Meran/Merano, Brixen/Bressanone, Klausen/Chiusa, Bruneck/Brunico, Sterzing/Vipiteno, Glurns/Glorenza and Laives/Laifers to discover the culture, history and architecture of this land. Make your holiday in South Tyrol an authentic shopping experience. 

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Book your room in a modern hotel, intimate Bed & Breakfast or in a holiday apartment...whichever you prefer, you can live a holiday that you'll remember in the 8 South Tyrolean cities.

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What's special about shopping in South Tyrol?

Shopping the way you like it! The day begins slowly and conveniently, if you reach South Tyrol's cities by bus or train. Old cities and shopping streets are just few yards away from the main stops. Shop windows showcase the finest objects and clothes and the atmosphere is warm and harmonious. Stroll beneath the arcades of Meran, Bolzano or Brixen, along the picturesque alleyways of Sterzing and Bruneck, in the historic centers of the finest Country's villages of Italy - Klausen and Glurns -  and in Laives, the southernmost city in South Tyrol. Look around you and bring home what you like.

Italian clothing brands meet the incredible craftsmanship of South Tyrol. The neighbours of international brands are boutiques, sporting goods stores, bookstores, jewelry  and shoe stores. You can find great deals at outlets and fill your stomach with South Tyrol's treats at a café or bakery. Everywhere you turn, you'll hear German, Italian or English speakers. Would you like to make your day even more memorable? Walk in a wine shop or a tavern. The welcoming shopping atmosphere in South Tyrol's cities is truly amazing.



Shopping in Meran

Meran's historic city centre, its medieval porticoes from the 13th century, the old neighourhood Steinach, Corso della Libertà avenue, the square turned into a beach and the Bolzano gate are the cradle of lively shopping days. Here you can purchase natural alpine cosmetics, handcrafted items and local specialties.  

Shopping in Bolzano

In the pronvincial capital of Bolzano, you can plunge into the Alpine lifestyle and the Mediterrean lightheartedness. The historic city centre, its medieval porticoes, Walther square, the colorful greencrocer's stalls and the tiny alleys, are the setting of your shopping experience. In Bolzano, you can go on a journey through haute couture and traditional clothing. At the end of your shopping day, stop at one of the many restaurants or cafés.

Shopping in Brixen

Overlooking the city of Brixen and the baroque cathedral, the Plose mountain is the backdrop for your next shopping experience. Shoes and leather goods, gastronomy, men's and children's fashion and art galleries beneath the city's arcades. Go wild shopping and take a culinary break at one of the many restaurants: some of the best Valle Isarco whites are produced in the surroundings of Brixen.

Shopping in klausen

Narrow alleys and boutiques. Klausen is one of the finest Couyntry's villages of Italy and it goes without saying that its historic heritage invites you to roam the city centre, walk in the shops and stop for a traditional meal at one of the many restaurants. Also painter Albrecht Dürer spent the night in Klausen, near the Sabiona Monastery, and fell in love with its charm. Follow in his footsteps and discover hidden gems like Loreto's treasure kept in the city's museum.

Shopping in Bruneck

Located at the heart of the Pustertal/Val Pusteria, Bruneck is the valley's largest city. It merges modernity and tradition, ongoing trends and craftmanship. Bruneck's shops are only few meters away: that's how you can enjoy your shopping experience to the fullest. Stroll down the main street and marvel at the view of Plan de Corones mountain.

Shopping in Sterzing

The nearby Ridnaun shaped the urban landscape and brought wealth in the Middle Ages and still today the traces left by history can be admired up close. Sterzing's magnificent shopping street is flanked by colorful buildings, many shops, boutiques, restaurants and cafés where you can live moments of pleasure. The cable car shuttles you to Rosskopf mountain, the ski resort above the rooftops of old Sterzing.

Shopping in Glurns

Glurns is South Tyrol's smallest city and has one of Italy's most beautiful city centres. It boasts a long past as fortress city and trading centre of Vinschgau/Val Venosta. Still completely preserved, the city walls are impressive: they enclose the past and a state of the art architecture together. Don't miss the local craftmanship and taste the local specialties, like the Pala pear.

Shopping in Laives

South to the provincial capital of Bolzano and along the Alto Adige Wine Road, Laives it's also very close to the cities of Bronzoll/Bronzolo and Pfatten/Vadena. The city enjoys many sunny days which make your shopping experience even more exciting. Come and enjoy our local specialties and get away from the hustle and bustle.

South Tyrol's shops

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Made in South Tyrol

A piece of award-winning Alpine cheese, an hand-carved wooden pieces, a fragrant body care box with essential oils. South Tyrolean products combine traditional knowledge, care and innovative technology to bring high-quality keepsakes home.

City markets

Fresh vegetables and fruit bought directly from farmers. But that's not all: traditional breads and other typical baked products. Markets offer a rich selection of local goods, like clothing and everyday items. Call at a city market in South Tyrol and meet local and national vendors to encourage an activity with many advantages.

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