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Holiday in the Dolomites Region Kronplatz

Where a wide range of activities are combined harmoniously with culture

Adventure and relaxation, city whispers and natural beauty: when you're on holiday in South Tyrol  you can change perspective easily. Around the Kronplatz mountain, standing between Bruneck/Brunico - Pustertal's lively main town - you can stroll down cobbled alleyways and explore mountain-lined hiking trails, along glistening mountain lakes and on wide network of cycle paths through the valley. The Ladin-influenced, culturally rich Val Badia is part of this. 

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A museum with an exceptional location and extraordinary architecture. The sheltered home of quiet forest dwellers. Legendary landscapes at the foot of the Dolomites. Or enchanted mountain lakes in idyllic locations.

 

Variety, relaxation & Adventures between the main Alpine ridge and the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site

Find your accommodation

How about a charming room in a historic residence? A wellness hotel with exceptional architecture? A suite in a chic city hotel? Or a cosy place to sleep in a mountain refuge?

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The villages and valleys in the region

Every place is unique, every side valley different. What they all have in common is their location in the middle of the mountains. Its inhabitants appreciate nature and have a penchant for adventure. Choose your favourite.

Shopping in Bruneck

Those who love beautiful things should not miss out on the shopping experience in South Tyrol's towns. Bruneck in the Puster Valley fascinates with its historic old town, which stretches from Oberragen to the Ursuline Church and the Tschurtschenthaler Park at the foot of the Schlossberg. The river Rienz flows right through it. Stroll through the picturesque town alley, marvel at the colourful medieval town houses, in which beautiful shops and shops, as well as cosy restaurants and cafés invite you to linger. 

LUMEN – Mountain Photography Exhibition

In addition to its historic snaps, the museum also shows the diversity of the theme of the mountains, captured in photography. From the mountain as a holy symbol to the political power of the mountains and marketing in advertising and tourism.

Inside the Lumen Museum
The particolar architecture of the LUMEN Museum with a panoramic view over the mountains in the background

The Kronplatz

No. 1 ski mountain in winter in South Tyrol, popular excursion in summer. The cable car takes you to the summit of the action in just a few minutes.

It gives the holiday region its name: the gentle giant which towers over the town of Bruneck/Brunico. It measures 2,275m at its highest point and from its peak, you can look out from one mountain chain to the next - the Kronplatz on the edge of the Dolomites. To conquer the peak on skis, there are 120 km of pistes and 32 modern lift facilities to choose from. There are also many sunny mountain hut terraces to choose from. Families can go watching the owls and other birds in the Owl Park San Vigilio, while cyclists can ride on the trails on the Kronplatz Bike Park. Speaking of cyclists: it's also highly recommended to take a sporty detour to the Furkelpass, on the mountain ridge between Kronplatz and Piz da Peres.  

Experience something new every day

You can explore three nature parks in the region, on two wheels, on foot or vertically. Cultural attractions such as the Folklore Museum in Dietenheim or the Museum of Ladin Culture in San Martin de Tor/San Martino in Badia bring you closer to our roots.

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What is going on in the Kronplatz region?

From sporting events to traditional events and guided tours, the calendar of events in the Puster Valley offers a range of occasions that will familiarise you with the local way of life.

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The Ladin cuisine

There is one sure thing: in the Ladin valleys, you'll never stay on an empty stomach. In the kitchens of Gröden/Val Gardena, Alta Badia and Kronplatz, there's always a pot on the stove and mouth-watering smells that remind you of your grandmothers. A traditional dish called "Panicia" is a barley soup with vegetables and meat served with slight variants across South Tyrol. But the Ladin cuisine offers far more delicacies: the local dumplings "Bales" , potato dumplings "Gnoch" and fritters filled with spinach and ricotta cheese "Turtres". You can also try a popular dish known as "Grestl", roasted potatoes and veal cut into pieces or "Fortaies", spiral fried pancakes. Besides tasting delicious, the "Jufa", a kind of milk pudding that is traditionally eaten in a pot and with a spoon, is likewise an authentic experience.

What we're proud of

Can it be a pure Swiss stone pine oil from high alpine wild growth? Freshly stirred jam made from local strawberries? Or a hand-turned bowl made from local wood? In the Kronplatz region, as in the rest of Sud-Tyrol, you will find a large selection of handcrafted everyday objects and local, high-quality food. With a bit of luck, you can take a stroll through the town or village and watch the craftsmen and women  at work making jewellery, wooden sculptures or baskets. 

Many products are available directly from the farm, where you can sample the delicacies and get to know the producers. This not only gives you unique flavours, but also exciting insider knowledge about cultivation and processing. Many of the regional specialities are served up on site during your culinary experience.

Weather in Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

Check out our weather forecast in Kronplatz/Plan de Corones and planning your vacation in South Tyrol will be easier. And if you want to go up in the mountains, our weather forecast informs you about visibility, sunrise, sunset and zero-degree isotherm.

Your car-free summer holiday in Kronplatz

For a relaxed and environmentally friendly journey to the Kronplatz region in the Dolomites, it is best to switch from road to rail. On site, bus, train or cable car will take you to your accommodation or excursion destination.

  • Travelling by train

    You can reach the villages in the Kronplatz Dolomites region from Franzensfeste or Lienz by taking the regional railway in the direction of Bruneck. At the railway station, you can change to a bus, taxi or the "Sud-Tyrol Transfer" shuttle.

  • Mobility on site

    Once you arrive at your accommodation in the Kronplatz Dolomites region, the Sud-Tyrol Guest Pass "Holidaypass" gives you unlimited use of all public transport throughout Sud-Tyrol. In the Antholzertal/Valle Anterselva, the 2-lake shuttle ensures local mobility.

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