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All villages

Wherever the road leads. Journey to cities or wine-growing villages, the town of your dreams at the foot of the mountains, or the quiet neighbouring village nearby. Be our guest!

Discover Meran/Merano with its gardens, palm trees and promenades, Bolzano/Bozen to visit the resting place of Ötzi the Iceman, or head to Brixen/Bressanone to sample fine wines from the Eisacktal valley or discover the popular tradition of Törggelen. In addition to South Tyrol’s cities, the countless villages in between will fascinate guests with their eventful history, practised traditions and cheerful way of life. For instance, why not visit the wine villages of Nals/Nalles or Salorno/Salurn along the Alto Adige Wine Road, where apple orchards and grapevines reach right up to the house walls.

Elsewhere, e.g. the villages in the Schlern, Salten or Ritten areas, you can get up close and personal with South Tyrol’s mountains. Discover where the area’s first inhabitants pitched their tents, the locations of noble castles and palaces that have stood the test of time, and where farmers have cultivated the fertile land for generations. Prime examples include the Pustertal, Eisacktal, and Vinschgau  valleys.  In the heart of the Dolomites, Ladin culture has been preserved until today. Meanwhile, in Val Gardena and Alta Badia, discover the fascinating diversity of South Tyrol.

Meran/Merano and environs

Discover spa towns, rustic valleys, palm trees and 3,000 m peaks

How about skiing at the Schnalstaler Gletscher glacier in the morning, then biking through the apple blossoms in the afternoon? It’s all possible in springtime! In no region of South Tyrol are the contrasting climates as prominent as Meran/Merano and environs. Here you can bask in the sun along Meran’s Passer Promenade in short-sleeves, while a thick layer of snow still blankets the surrounding mountain peaks. The Texelgruppe range protects the valley basin so well that even apples, wine grapes and palm trees thrive here. How about a visit to one of the world’s most beautiful green spaces? Check out the Gardens of Schloss Trauttmansdorff castle.

Bolzano/Bozen and environs

From valleys to mountains, urban flair to authentic villages, and lively and secluded locations

In addition to being the beating heart of South Tyrol, the provincial capital of Bolzano is also a colourful showcase of the South Tyrolean way of life. The historically grown mosaic of the German and Italian cultures is evident in the language, architecture and cultural scene. From the valley basin, float up with the cable car to explore magical places like the earth pyramids on the Ritten plateau .  Meanwhile, in the more Alpine Sarntal valley, experience traditional customs and handicrafts. Then, while exploring the South Tyrolean Wine Road including Kalterer See lake with its hilly Mediterranean landscape, discover a paradise for connoisseurs .

Brixen/Bressanone and environs

Discover the origins of Törggelen in charming small towns or picturesque Alpine inns serving award-winning white wines

There is always something fun going on in Brixen and environs. Once upon a time, countless emperors and merchants passed over the Brenner Pass via Sterzing/Vipiteno and the Eisacktal valley. Sterzing was once a Fugger city whilst the artist’s town of Klausen/Chiusa attracted talents like Albrecht Dürer. Meanwhile, Brixen is the oldest city in all of Tyrol. Sport and activity-minded people are drawn to explore the surrounding landscape whether on a tour to a nearby summit or an excursion to the rustic Altfasstal valley. Alternatively, explore the Plose mountain, Ratschings/Racines or the Gitschberg-Jochtal area for winter sports. In autumn, everything revolves around the annual arrival of Törggelen. This gourmet tradition, of which the wines of the Eisacktal valley are the stars, have their origins in Brixen and environs.

Vinschgau valley

A valley of contrasts: from cultural treasures to culinary rarities and a visit to the King, the König Ortler mountain

The sun-drenched valley extends from the bordering three countries at the Reschenpass nearly to the Meran valley basin. This area is many things at once: South Tyrol's wild west, the home of vineyards and fertile orchards for apples and apricots, the site of important treasures of art history  and creative minds, a paradise for hiking and skiing, and a biking El Dorado. Go on a journey of discovery: ascend to the foot of South Tyrol’s highest mountain, the  Ortler (3,905 m), discover the medieval town of Glurns/Glorenza, bear witness to one of the numerous Romanesque gems, or see the impressive Benedictine abbey of Marienberg .

Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

South Tyrol's northernmost city is rich in history and the starting point for high-Alpine adventures

Sterzing and environs are characterised by both location and history. In addition to being close to the mountains and the Brenner Pass, visiting this area will allow you to discover the cultural heritage of the Fugger people. See for yourself during a cable car ride that connects the city with the Rosskopf hiking and skiing area. Or at the many hiking signposts to surrounding destinations, i.e. the Hochfeiler mountain, the Tribulaunhütte mountain hut, or the Becherhaus mountain hut, the highest refuge in the Alps. If you’re looking for history, check out the historical centre of Sterzing with the Zwölferturm tower, or the town houses with their typical bay windows. Not the mention the area’s castles and palaces.  

Alto Adige Wine Road

Located between grape vines, medieval castles and modern vineyard architecture

As early as 2,500 years ago, the Rhaetians cultivated grapes in this hilly landscape between Nals/Nalles and Salorno/Salurn. The area’s southerly location and mild temperatures already in March, are favourable for wine-growing - and Dolce Vita. In the shadow of magnificent castles, palaces and stately residences, rich wine culture developed here, which can be experienced and enjoyed while hiking and biking. Or while strolling through Bolzano or in one of the 16 villages, swimming in Kalterer See lake with a view of the vineyards, or during a winery tour with wine tasting.

The Dolomites

Mountain lovers can reach new heights amidst the Three Peaks, Rosengarten and Latemar massifs 

The Three Peaks and Rosengarten and Schlern massifs are just a few of the spectacular mountain areas in the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites. These three nature parks protect the unique habitat of animals and plants. Being active is the best way to ascend the highest peaks and to get closer to nature. Start in one of the Dolomite villages and head out on foot, by bike or on skis: Travellers are fascinated by Dolomites nature adventures, moments of enjoyment and traditions that are alive and well. In particular, getting to know the Ladin culture is an enriching experience while on holiday in the Dolomites. Get to know the language, its typical rural recipes and exciting events.

Ahrntal valley

Experience the power of nature: 80 peaks of over 3,000 m, crystal-clear water and a superlative nature park

State-of-the-art mountain hut architecture at dizzying heights. Unspoilt nature, ideal for switching off. 3,000 m peaks that can be conquered only by experienced adventurers. Home of South Tyrol’s most glacier and water rich nature park. In the Ahrntal valley, the rustic mountain world shapes the province and its people: Here, between high peaks and rushing waterfalls, discover places of strength that invite you to breathe deeply, like the only climatic gallery in all of Italy. Also discover old handicrafts that have been well preserved, as well as cheeses that are still made traditionally. 

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