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A small province with great diversity

The Alps to the north, the sea to the south. German, Italian and Ladin South Tyrol's regions typify the region's contrasts. Which would you like to discover first?

South Tyrol is a place where contrasts meld together and your journey of discovery leads you through both Alpine and Mediterranean terrain. Here, the "pale mountains", i.e.  UNESCO World Natural Heritage Dolomites, are accented by the green forests and meadows to the east. Similarly, in the west,  the Ortler mountain  is contrasted by the shielding of the main chain of the Alps to the north. In between, valleys formed by  glaciers and water  shape the province whilst rivers meander past  orchards and vineyards as well as picturesque towns and wine villages to  the foundations of castles and  fortresses further south. 

Towns and cities worth seeing and the origins of our wine culture

Ideal for a day trip or longer. Roam through our towns and cities and discover the home of our noble vintages.

Experience history by visiting medieval arcades, magnificent churches and stately Art Nouveau villas. Admire contemporary architecture and celebrate the hospitality of Alpine-Mediterranean food culture. Where else can such a concentrated blend be found? The South Tyrolean cities and towns of Bolzano/Bozen, Meran/Merano, Brixen/Bressanone,┬áBruneck/Brunico, Sterzing/Vipiteno,┬áGlurns/Glorenza and Laives/Leifers pulsate with urban flair. During your visit, stroll through flower-lined squares and quiet alleys. While stopping in for a street coffee, note the mix of languages, while window-shopping for Italian designer fashion, sporting goods and handmade loden-felt coats. Stop by one of the many delicatessens, wine shops and gourmet markets or head straight for the birthplace of our award-winning white and red wines. Around Kalterer See lake on the Alto Adige Wine Road, discover the provinceÔÇÖs Mediterranean side while visiting picturesque vineyards and excellent wineries, the homes of skilled winegrowers.

Nature lovers gather from the Vinschgau valley to the Dolomites

Every season has its own special charm. The best part: our regions is always a great place to visit no matter the time of year.

Spring, summer, autumn or winter. Whether you prefer to explore┬áSouth TyrolÔÇÖs ski areas or admire the mountain panoramas during your hiking holiday, in South Tyrol's regions nature is in its element. With its many colours, textures and shapes, there is something to discover at every elevation. From the delicate pastel shades of apple blossom to natural monuments of limestone and from the golden autumn glow to the glittering white of snow.

Discover it all on the valley cycle paths, at Pragser Wildsee lake, during hikes on the Rosengarten massif or the Seiser Alm Alpine Pasture, or on a glacier tour on the mighty Ortler mountain. To stand beneath the warming sun in close proximity to mountains, meadows, waterfalls, you need only go out your front door. Enjoy the pure joy of nature in all its facets in the Dolomite mountains and the Vinschgau, Ahrntal and Gsiesertal valleys.

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