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Spring awakening in South Tyrol

The days are getting longer, nature is awakening and the landscape is becoming richer in colour. In spring, we enjoy being out and about in nature because the mild temperatures are ideal for taking an initial walk or cycle tour. The season of bloom in South Tyrol is a true experience for all the senses: experience our province and its traditions. Read here just how beautiful and relaxing a spring holiday in South Tyrol can be!

Your spring highlights

Can’t wait to lace up your hiking boots again? We understand that. Nearby you can explore the lauben and fortresses, stroll through blossoming gardens or - why not - ski some more.

Our accommodation tips

Are planning your next holiday in South Tyrol? Do you prefer an active holiday or a relaxing break with your family? In South Tyrol, you will always find the right accommodation to suit your requirements. Choose your favourites!

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All accommodations in South Tyrol

Apple blossom in South Tyrol

The apple trees are in bloom and there is a pleasant scent in the air: this awakens the soul after winter. Take a walk past the apple meadows in Meran/Merano and environs, in the Vinschgau valley or along the South Tyrolean Wine Road and keep your eyes peeled because the many farmers offer regional produce at their farms. A few kilometres further on, Lana celebrates the blossom festival days and at the blossom days in Eppan/Appiano, you can get in the mood for the warm season with a flower walk or wine tasting. Pick up some useful tips or simply enjoy delicious regional produce along the farming Gourmet Mile.

Discover the events

Each year in South Tyrol, we look forward to the warmer days, lush greenery and first outdoor festivals: chapels strike up for the Easter concert and farmers sell their produce at farmers’ markets. In short: we celebrate spring!

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Easter in South Tyrol

The Easter festival is celebrated to the full with ancient customs and church rituals: painting eggs, egg tapping, palm broom or baking sweet “Fochaz” bread.

Easter basket
Easter eggs

Asparagus time in South Tyrol

White asparagus is harvested in April and May in South Tyrol. These refined vegetables with a delicate flavour are farmed with great care. The cultivation area is very limited: sandy soil and a mild climate are required.

Experience all the seasons

What can you do in spring? Mild temperatures, crocuses in the Alpine pastures and welcoming temperatures in the valley bottom are ideal for those first walks and give you renewed energy after a long winter.