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.