The location of South Tyrol's capital city rarely goes unnoticed. Nestled between the Dolomites, the landscape also covers wine-growing areas: it goes without saying that the city's alpine-mediterrean features make the atmosphere pleasant and charming. Bolzano's history can be traced back to Roman times and the city was ruled by different populations. Its history is rich it can be put together while looking closely at the architecture, cultures and traditions.
The favourable conditions of the Mediterranean climate are perfect for staying in the sun while roaming on Piazza Walther square, having an aperitivo or shopping. The lively streets of Bolzano's downtown and the sun-drenched promenades are ideal to collect some lasting memories of the most popular spots. And if you are eager to admire Bolzano and surrounding area from above, take the Ritten/Renon cable car to the Ritten high plateau and the Kohlerer Berg mountain. It's a sustainable travel that reaches the altitude of 1,000 m above sea level in the blik of an eye.