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    Cycling
    Wine & bike: The Wine Road
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The circular bike tour leads through some of the most famous and beautiful historical wine villages along the South Tyrolean Wine Road, Cornaiano/Girlan, Appiano/Eppan, and Caldaro/Kaltern, well-known for their Pinot Blanc wine.

    From Bolzano follow the bike trail that leads to Cornaiano, a historical wine village featuring underground cellars that take up more space than the village itself. The next stage is San Michele/St. Michael, the actual centre of the Appiano castle region. A visit to the wineries in this outstanding wine region is really worthwhile. The wine route now leads back to Caldaro by the lake, famous not only for the wine named after the Kalterer See, but also because it is one of the most well-known wine villages in the province. The route then leads to the village Ora/Auer and from here returns to Bolzano following the Adige/Etsch river.
    Moeilijkheidsgraad: gemiddeld
    436 Hoogtemeters
    49.2 Km Route
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Forst Season
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Forst Season is a unique gastronomic novelty in Bolzano. With an area of more than 700 m² and room for up to 250 people, the restaurant is a real culinary meeting place rather than a simple restaurant. Our vision: to create an elegant and pleasant ambience, a meeting point for people from all backgrounds to enjoy culinary delights. The setting invites you to dream and stay a little longer. Far away from frenzy and stress and at the same time a source of inspiration thanks to its proximity to the fair, the Forst Season becomes an ideal place for successful business meetings. Welcome to a new season. Welcome to the Forst Season.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Al Grottino
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Restaurant in the centre of Bolzano with fish and meat dishes and some South Tyrolean specialities.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Franziskanerstuben
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    A Restaurant chergishing traditions in the old City centre of Bolzano. Genuine South Tyrolean atmosphere, original cuisin of Bolzano with Mediterranean influences too.
    Countryside Fare
    Steidlerhof
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The Steidlerhof farm looks down on the city of Bolzano, enjoying wonderful panoramic views from the Rosengarten mountain to the Mendel mountain ridge. Nestling amid the gently sloping St. Magdalena vineyards, the guests will experience real rural hospitality within lovingly restored walls and recharge your batteries on the sunny terrace. Open from mid-March to June on Thursday to Sunday from 11.00. Monday to Wednesday closed. From September to the beginning of December open on Wednesday and Thursday from 17.00 and Friday to Sunday from 11.00. Monday and Tuesday closed.
    Cycling
    From Bolzano to Merano
    Algund/Lagundo, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Da Bolzano è possibile raggiungere Merano grazie alla pista ciclabile che passa attraverso i meleti e segue il percorso del Fiume Adige. Il tour passa vicino a Castel Firmiano, Terlano e Gargazzone. Superato Postal si arriva a Sinigo e subito dopo a Merano.

    You can reach Merano by bike thanks to the wonderful cycle path that runs thourgh the apple plantages and along the river Adige/Etsch. The tour also pass by Castle Firmiano/Sigmundskron, Terlano and Gargazzone. After Postal/Burgstall you will reach sinigo/Sinich and then Merano.

    If you rent your bike at the “Südtirol Rad” rental point in Bolzano, you may give it back at that company’s rental point in Merano so you can return by train to Bolzano. For the latter option, you may want to purchase the Bikemobil Card, which combines two different offers: unlimited travelling on all of South Tyrol’s means of public transport and a day trip on a borrowed bicycle.
     
    If you ride your own bicycle you can bring it with you on the train. The daily ticket for the bike costs € 7.
    Moeilijkheidsgraad: gemakkelijk
    77 Hoogtemeters
    33.4 Km Route
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Alumix
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The Alumix is a historical venue in Bolzano: here the classical is combined with the modern in a mixture of tradition and modernity. Our customers have at their disposal 250 seats, distributed in the main hall and in the hall in front of the technology pole with the most modern and lightest lines. From here you have access to the terrace, ideal for lunch or dinner on hot days or just to enjoy an aperitif under a beautiful centuries-old olive tree. A creative, fresh, seasonal and healthy cuisine that proposes dishes from the South Tyrolean territory, with references to the classic Italian cuisine, especially from the Veneto region.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Wirtshaus Vögele
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Welcome to the traditional VÖGELE RESTAURANT, a gem in the heart of Bolzano. From a cozy morning chat over cappuccino and pastries still warm from the oven to a business lunch or dinner in the tastefully decorated Biedermeier rooms or an evening spent socializing with friends under the night sky – these are just some of the many things that set the Vögele apart!
    Wineries
    Fliederhof Weinmanufaktur
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The Fliederhof ["Lilac Estate"] in Bolzano/Santa Maddalena really ought to be called “Tulpenhof” ["Tulip Estate"]. “Twenty years ago, we planted some tulip bulbs, and now in the springtime, the vineyard below the farmhouse turns into a whole sea of tulips,” recounts Stefan Ramoser. But it doesn’t matter whether it is lilacs or tulips: the Fliederhof in Bolzano/Santa Maddalena does not have any flowers in their product line, but rather produces genuine, natural wines.

    In the possession of the Ramoser family since 1930, grape growing areas of three hectares are currently managed, whereby it is nature who sets the tone. “The method of operation and the planning of all production steps both in the vineyard and the winery should not influence the course of things to the greatest degree possible,” says Ramoser.

    The vineyards of the Fliederhof in Santa Maddalena have a slope of up to 40 percent, so as a result of the steepness, they can only be tended with a great amount of work by hand. Ramoser is therefore convinced that precise work in the vineyard contributes to success as much as the natural conditions do – soil, rain, wind, and sun, and his own concept of sustainability. Added to that is greenery management that is adapted to the location for the building up of humus, but also the application of compost from their own production.

    All of this ought to be tasted in the result: “Wines from the Fliederhof ought to enjoy special drinking pleasure,” says the winegrower Ramoser. “Sincere, natural, and with character, without any special styling that could mask these properties.” And in view of the location, the fact that these wines also include Schiava – Santa Maddalena is a given. Or, as Ramoser puts it, “We view ourselves as a genuine champion of this indigenous grape variety.”
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Pizzeria La Veneziana
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The Pizzeria "La Veneziana", just a few steps from the historical centre, offers a tasty pizza and dishes of Italian cuisine. The quality of the raw materials, made in Italy, from Puglia and from South Tyrol, is the first priority. For pizzas baked in the wood-fired oven we use only genuine ingredients, skilfully combined to make them unique.
    Wineries
    Steidlerhof
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Are you a wine connoisseur? Then we have a game for you! We’ll give you the address of an estate winery and you tell us the grape varieties that are planted there. Impossible, you think? Well, then let’s start with the Steidlerhof in Bolzano. It can be found at via Santa Maddalena di Sopra, 1. Now you’ve got it, right?

    We thought so! In Santa Maddalena above Bolzano, it’s easy to pick up two points with the types of grape varieties. After all, the wine which has made the name of the village renowned far beyond the borders of the province consists of around nine tenths Schiava and a small component of Lagrein.

    And in its assortment on offer, it goes without saying that the Steidlerhof – located at via Santa Maddalena di Sopra, 1, you will recall – has a classic Santa Maddalena. But the Gasser family also brings other wines to the market. “We make a typical Sauvignon Blanc, for example, a dry Yellow Muscat, a full-bodied Muscaris, and a velvety Lagrein,” explains Rudi Gasser, who runs the Steidlerhof today.

    The Gasser family has provided the historical farmhouse with a broad foundation. Growing grapes and making wine are not the only activity. Rather, the Gassers also operate a Buschenschank farmhouse inn and rent out vacation apartments. Both are able to take advantage of the location of the Steidlerhof high above Bolzano and from the view that can be enjoyed here: of the Dolomites, of the sea of houses of the provincial capital, and last but not least of the vineyards of Santa Maddalena.

    And you know what’s growing there, right?
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Fujiya
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Asian, sushi and Korean fusion restaurant.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Hotel Ristorante Feichter
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Situated in a central position in Bolzano - Our restaurant offers freshly prepared dishes to suit every taste with selected South Tyrolean wines. Open from Monday to Friday from 11:30 to 14:00; Saturday, Sunday and holidays closed.
    Countryside Fare
    Föhrnerhof
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The Föhrnerhof Farm was first mentioned in records in 1135. The farm enjoys views across towards Bozen and over the Überetsch (Upper Adige) valley as far as the Unterland (Lower Adige) and allows insight into its long history. Yet, it likes to move with the times and the farmer Karin Bracchetti has long been a presence in the male-dominated world of winegrowing. From the start of February to the end of May open from Thursday to Sunday and on public holidays from midday. From the end of September to mid-December open from Thuesday to Saturday from 6.00pm. Bookings made for groups of at least 20 persons for Monday and Saturday and during lunchtime. Prior booking recommended.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Il Corso
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The good old meeting point for locals in Bolzano: Il Corso. A piazza within a piazza, but also a creative and culinary space with a metropolitan flair, where you can experience quality food and bite into the Italian “bel vivere”. Santo’s tasty pizzas and Fabiana’s beautiful desserts, the pleasure of good food with friends, the eclectic and welcoming spaces and the familiar service make Il Corso a place to go, stay and come back to again and again.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    In Viaggio – Claudio Melis Ristorante
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    In Viaggio is a moment, a fragment of a conversation, a detail that is captured from the corner of the eye when the train passes by. In Viaggio is a memory, that the mind has saved in one of his drawers. In Viaggio are nine dishes with ingredients from all over the world that we treat with respect and restraint. With them, I will take you on a journey that leads through my memories and stories – past, present, future – to a vibrant sensory experience. In Viaggio is food culture, it is love for good food; An innocent hymn, a ceaseless movement detached from its context, representing and defending it at the same time. In Viaggio is not the destination,it is all that you take with you when you are off again. Only upon reservation, www.inviaggioristorante.com Open for Dinner only, from 7.00 pm until 8.15 pm Closed on: Sunday, Monday, Wednesday
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    Cibus
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Bar and Restaurant for Breakfast, Lunches and Dinners, with Parking. Also gluten-free and vegetarian food. Wines, Aperitifs and Cocktails at all hours.
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    Hopfen & Co.
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    A visit to the Hopfen & Co. brewery-restaurant is a must for every guest of Bolzano. The former corner tower of the city walls with the old prison, is now a museumlike-building offering culinary hospitality. The medieval cellar houses the fresh and tasty Bozner Bier, which is served directly to the tables in the antique “Stuben” on the three floor's restaurant. A place of culinary pleasures based on appetizing traditional South Tyrolean dishes, with carefully selected products and raw materials from the region. Speck, cold meats and cheese bearing the South Tyrolean brand. Knödel, spätzle, ravioli are made by hand by our kitchen brigade.
    Wineries
    Messnerhof Winery
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Bernhard Pichler wanted to not only produce grapes, he wanted to keep the production of wine in his own hands from the vine to the labeling of the bottle. He has been doing so since 2003 at the Messnerhof in Bolzano and knows, “If the quality is good, then that is to our credit, and if sometimes something goes wrong, then we are just as responsible for it.”

    Pichler is not the first one to make wine at the Messnerhof in Bolzano/San Pietro. Rather, they were producing wine themselves there up to the postwar period, after which the Pichlers concentrated upon the production of grapes. That is, until Bernhard came along. With the step to being independent, he realized a childhood dream.

    The foundation of the wine production at the Messnerhof is formed by two vineyards. The first is located in Missiano in the community of Appiano, and at 0.8 hectares, it is only about half as big as the other one, which is found on a sunny slope with a southwestern exposure around the farmhouse in San Pietro. The climate is ideal at both locations. “Warm and then cooler winds provide prominent temperature fluctuations between day and night, which is optimal for the formation of aromas in the grapes,” Pichler says.

    Within that context, the assortment of grapes is a broad one: Sauvignon Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Merlot, Syrah, Tempranillo, Schiava, Lagrein, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Petit Verdot are grown and then made into wine according to a clear guiding principle: “Our goal is to produce expressive wines,” Pichler says, “which preserve their independent characters of variety, location, and vintage.”
    Cycling
    Bolzano's bike routes
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    A bike ride past the main sights of the town and its surroundings

    The beginning of our Bolzano bike-tour is the Talvera/Talfer bridge. We follow the cycle-lane along the left-hand bank of the river, going northwards, passing idyllic Castle Mareccio/Maretsch, nestling in the vineyards, up to Sant'Antonio/St. Anton, where the valley begins to narrow, and on to the fairy-tale Castle Roncolo/Runkelstein with its amazing frescoes. After visiting the castle (leave your bike in the bike-park below, before walking up the short but steep path to the castle), you make your way back to the Talfer bridge. At the Piazza Vittoria/Siegesplatz you could visit the new museum-display entitled "BZ 18-45" in the crypt of the Victory Monument. Then we cycle down the Corso Libertá/Freiheitsstrasse to the square of Gries, formerly a village-municipality in its own right and an internationally-renowned spa. The square is dominated by the massive baroque parish church and Benedictine monastery. Nearby is the old parish church of Gries with its romantic cemetery outside and a gem of Gothic wood-carving inside, the beautiful altar by Michael Pacher. From Gries we take the Vittorio Veneto street westwards. For the first 100 metres you will really need to pay attention to the traffic until you hit the cycle lane again. You then pass farms and vineyards before you come to the hospital.  Here the cycle lane forks and you head for the Via Druso/Drususstraße. At the big roundabout follow the signs for Appiano/Eppan as far as the bridge, then take the cycle lane to Castle Firmiano/Sigmundskron and the Messner Mountain Museum. The way back follows the bank of the Isarco/Eisack river, passing below several bridges. After the swimming pool complex we turn left just before the yellow iron bridge, now following the Talvera river until we come opposite the futuristic glass cube of the Museion modern art gallery. We are now back in the town centre, but we have to watch out: the Via Museo/Museumstraße, the Piazza Erbe/Obstplatz and the Piazza Walther Platz are pedestrianized and closed to cyclists, so that means pushing the bike. If you still have got some energy left, you could visit the Ötzi Museum, the Civic museum or the Natural History Museum.

    Moeilijkheidsgraad: gemakkelijk
    153 Hoogtemeters
    18.8 Km Route
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Ichiban
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The restaurant's kitchen offers an extensive menu of Japanese dishes: sushi, sashimi, nigiri, uramaki and much more. Not only raw fish dishes but also cooked for those who do not like raw fish. The traditional cuisine is called nihon-ryori in Japanese.
    Cycling
    Bike Trail Via Claudia Augusta
    Graun im Vinschgau/Curon Venosta, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    After 2000 years of history, Via Claudia Augusta, the ancient Roman road that led from the Po River lowlands and the Adriatic Sea all the way to Bavaria and the Danube, is enjoying a renaissance. With the end of conflict and a united Europe, the Via Claudia Augusta has become a bridge joining and blending cultures, places and emotions. It is a symbolic route that spans three nations, each with its own diverse landscape and traditions, artistic treasures and culinary specialities, marked by a more approachable, youthful and ecologically sustainable tourism.

    The South Tyrolean part of the trail goes through Passo Resia, Val Venosta, Merano, Bolzano and Val d'Adige until Salorno.
    Moeilijkheidsgraad: gemakkelijk
    290 Hoogtemeters
    140.8 Km Route
    Wineries
    Nusserhof
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    An estate winery in the midst of the city? The Nusserhof is precisely that. Its areas of cultivation lie in Piani di Bolzano and in Costa di Sotto. Heinrich Mayr and his daughter Gloria work here under strict procedures, which in plain language means: only with indigenous grape varieties and organically certified since 1994.

    Just the father-daughter team already shows that the Nusserhof is a pure family-run operation. Heinrich and Gloria function as agronomists, oenologists, sales force, and office managers at the same time. That is also possible because with four hectares, the grape growing areas of the Nusserhof are manageable.

    The head boss Heinrich Mayr speaks of “harmonious vineyards” and of “warm, airy soils” on the Isarco River on which he grows exclusively indigenous grape varieties: Blatterle, Lagrein, Schiava, and Teroldego. when asked about his goals for the estate winery, Mayr responds, “Our goal is to completely exhaust their potential and to increase even further the quality of our wines through adapted cultivation and winemaking methods.” So already today, the bar has been set high. Thus the Mayrs place great value upon the highest quality of the grapes, low yields, and a long aging of the wines in barrel and bottle. The result is structured, mineral-rich, elegant, lasting wines that are not heavy with a moderate alcohol content – “very personal wines,” as Mayr says.

    And by the way: the Nusserhof is the home farm of the beatified resistance figure, Josef Mayr-Nusser.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Hotel Ristorante Hanny
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The special city hotel for active adventures and wonderful peace small- family-run - quiet location surrounded by vineyards, castles and promenades with fantastic view over Bolzano Ideal for hikers, (motor-) cyclists and also just connoisseurs who like to stroll through the streets of the old town or relax while drinking an aperitif. In the immediate vicinity You find bike paths in all directions, promenades and cable cars - thus an ideal starting point for all sorts of adventures. Margot, Karl, Anna and Josef will be pleased to give You personal tips on hikes, bicycle tours and what else to discover. Excellent cuisine with local products, fruits, vegetables and eggs from our own farm, home-made marmalade and wine. Underground car park and city bikes free of charge. We look forward to You!
    Wineries
    Franz Gojer - Glögglhof
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Less is more – at least sometimes. For that reason, the Gojer family restrict themselves with their estate winery Glögglhof in Santa Maddalena above Bolzano to doing only what is necessary and otherwise giving their wines peace. Peace and enough time to be able to develop.

    The Glögglhof Estate Winery is a small, family-run operation that is located right in the heart of the Santa Maddalena winegrowing zone which is blessed with a long tradition. Here, just a bit above the provincial capital of Bolzano, every detail counts, Franz Gojer is convinced: “Every single step of the work, be it in the vineyard or in the cellar, makes it possible for us to have an influence upon the results. In the end, the bottled wine is nothing other than the sum of all of these steps.”

    And with all of the steps that the Gojers take, the consideration of nature and care are in the topmost position. “We act according to the principle that quality originates in the vineyard,” says the winegrower of the Glögglhof Estate Winery in Bolzano.

    His minimalistic approach then comes to fruition in the winery. “We restrict ourselves to the most necessary of interventions and give the wine time to develop,” Gojer explains. In that way, authentic wines that are typical to the location are created at the Glögglhof, at the same time elegant and harmonious. “We are constantly trying to safeguard the character of the origin and the differences between the vintages,” Gojer says, “and thus with their unadulterated character, our wines distinguish themselves from industrial wines or wines that are only good at the tasting bar.”
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    Italia & Amore
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    italia&amore stands for natural, authentic, Italian quality food, handcrafted and produced according to old traditions with love and passion by small producers who are proud of their country, their homeland and their culture, for social partnerships, for genuine Italy and above all for great taste experiences.
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