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    Architektura historyczna

    Poczuć się choć raz jak cesarzowa Sissi? Mnich w klasztorze? A może rolnikiem w przyziemnym domu mieszkalnym? Budynki z przeszłości są fundamentalną częścią historii kultury danego kraju. W Południowym Tyrolu istnieją budynki dostosowane do górskiego środowiska, a także budynki o bardziej południowym wpływie - w zależności od tego, gdzie zostały zbudowane. Stare mury są starannie konserwowane i zabezpieczane na przyszłość. Na przykład zamek Sigmundskron w pobliżu Bolzano, gdzie znajduje się jedno z muzeów Reinholda Messnera, świadczy o delikatnym połączeniu starego i nowego. Lub klasztor Marienberg w Vinschgau, gdzie stulecia historii można doświadczyć do dziś. Odkryj historyczne miejsca i poznaj różnorodną historię kultury architektonicznej Południowego Tyrolu.
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    Weinhaus Punkt
    Kaltern an der Weinstraße/Caldaro sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    All of Caldaro’s best wines in one sweep! Enjoy top quality wines in a refined ambience which has been carefully furnished. For lunch and dinner they serve fine specialties as well as tasty appetizers to be combined to different, excellent wines.
    Culture & Attractions
    Vinzenz zum feinen Wein
    Sterzing/Vipiteno, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    This wine bar is located on the ground floor of the Wipptaler Hof bed-and-breakfast, directly at the entrance to Sterzing’s New Town, just behind the Zwölferturm Tower. Here a spatial trisection can be found: The wine bar occupies the largest space, just behind the front door. It is characterized by an enormous table made of solid copper oak and seemingly endless shelves of the same material, which are filled with countless bottles of wine from a wide array of different places. Opposite there is a black steel fireplace, surrounded by cozy booths. All of the furniture is made of copper oak. A smaller room follows, with an old Stube parlor paneled in pine; then there is the kitchen, into which the guest can see. Snacks are prepared here to accompany the wine, which can be enjoyed at the outdoor tables in summer. A somewhat different, modern version of a traditional Weinstube.

    Culture & Attractions
    Plaza of Neustift Abbey
    Vahrn/Varna, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The space in front of the Augustinian Monastery was used as a car park for a long time. Surrounded by buildings of historical value, the potential of the space was finally filled in with a new design. The complex is made of three parts: the entrance from outside, the square and the entrance to the abbey gate. The square was lowered by 1.5 meters in order to recreate the original proportions of the facades of the surrounding buildings. A steel plate for a fountain was installed in the middle of the space. Wooden steps arranged above the water cascade, surround the square, which can be used as seats for open-air events. In bad weather a large tarpaulin with steel supports and rope guy lines can be set up. All new aspects such as paving, parapets, steps etc. were made from granite to stay in keeping with the buildings of the abbey.

    Restaurants & Taverns
    Gasthaus 1477 Reichhalter
    Lana, Meran/Merano and environs
    Pure - simple - Emotion. A small breakfast, lunch, dinner, refreshing home-made lemonades and after-work drinks. Everything is local and seasonal. The restaurant has a charming outdoor area under a pergola and two traditional Stuben. Ambiente Award 2021 & Monocle Award 2019.
    Culture & Attractions
    Marienberg Abbey, Ora et Labora Exhibition Rooms
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Even from far away, the bright white abbey perched on a hill above Burgeis catches the eye. Founded in 1000, it has been one of South Tyrol’s most important spiritual centers since the twelfth century. “Ora et labora” is the Benedictine motto and also the name of the museum housed within the former farm buildings. The old walls were cleaned and stabilized to this end, left largely in their original state and expanded by a second level of modern interior design. While the walls remained rough and  unplastered, new mountings of glass and dark steel were placed in front of them and at a distance − so that the changes between the late thirteenth century and today are easy to deduce. The artworks and exhibits shed light on the monastery’s development. Upstairs, guest areas and seminar spaces have been created as well.

    Restaurants & Taverns
    Decantei - Wirtshaus · Locanda
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    In the middle of the old town of Brixen, a little hidden, you can find what you’re looking for: conviviality, down-to-earth folks, high passion. No frills. Just a simple restaurant. The secret of our Chefs? A bit of nostalgia for grandma's kitchen, a good dose of creativity and, above all, a lot of love for food. That's all. We rely on newly discovered recipes, well-tried traditions, always fresh and regional ingredients. And beer...we love it! The pale, the cloudy, the red, the dark ones. And because we love it so much, you can also find it in our aperitif and cocktails. You love it too? We have to meet! Grab a seat at the bar, in the beer garden or the courtyard and enjoy the time with your loved ones. The little ones are happy too: A playground, a children's menu and family atmosphere make children's eyes light up and the restaurant a location for the whole family. Cheers!
    Countryside Fare
    Wassererhof
    Völs am Schlern/Fiè allo Sciliar, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
    The mansion called ‚Wassererhof‘ is located on the foot of the Schlern close to a nearby wellspring. The homestead dates back to the year 1366. In 1996, the father of the twins Andreas and Christoph Mock bought the run-down homestead. After a renovation, the homestead has become an amazing ensemble of buildings emitting a sense of gentleness supported by an expressive architecture. Now the Wassererhof is a winery and a ‘Buschenschank’ (a traditional seasonal farm inn) with familiar management. The two brothers cooperate, helping each other with solidarity and this is the guarantee of their success. Andreas is the cook. The traditional cuisine is his top priority: fresh, homemade and surprisingly refined. The twin Christoph is the farmer and the winemaker of the Wassererhof. For generations they have broadened their knowledge in wine culture both in the vineyards and in the winery with the objective to press a wine of outstanding quality and taste.
    Countryside Fare
    Ostaria al castello Castel Ringberg
    Kaltern an der Weinstraße/Caldaro sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    The estate tavern with the panoramic view from its large terrace is worth a trip. Enjoy the wide range of Elena Walch wines while gazing at the scenic view of Lake Caldaro. The wines can be accompanied by cold regional delicacies – chosen specialties from Alto Adige to pair with your wine choice. After a guided vineyard tour, it is the ideal place to experience, in a glass, the vineyards you just visited. Open from April to November, 11.00 am – 6.30 pm, closed Tuesday.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Gasthof zur Krone
    Aldein/Aldino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Today "The Krone" is a favouriste adress for gourmets who know how to appreciate natural regional cuisine based on products from its won farm.
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    Restaurant Forsterbräu Meran
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs
    Located in Corso Libertà right in front of the main entrance of the Kurhaus, the restaurant ale-house Forsterbräu is a recognised landmark both for residents and tourists, thanks to its traditional cuisine, which can be enjoyed from lunchtime until late in the evening and above all for its eight different sorts of draught beer. There is one main dining room, several charming typical Stube and - during the warm season - the refreshing indoor garden with its chestnut trees. Up to 500 people can eat and drink at the same time and during the month of December you may taste the special Christmas beer. The unmissable Beer Feast has become a tradition and takes place every year during the third weekend of September, with good live music, outstanding meals and pints and pints of fresh Forst beer!
    Culture & Attractions
    Tublà da Nives Culture Center
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The old Nives barn, in the middle of a sprawling tourist village structure, was to be preserved as a reminder of the farming past and used for exhibiting purposes. Through the renovation, surfaces were created in the section made of stone and in the solid wood construction of the barn. The interior spaces below were plastered, and those above were paneled with larch. In order to enlarge the exhibition space the barn was connected through a short passageway to a new structure, forming an elegant architectural contrast. A visually light pavilion, the structural steelwork, was surrounded on all sides by a glass facade. As a result, the building allows insight into what is happening inside and develops a dialogue with passers-by, who are encouraged by its transparency to visit.

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    Tarscherwirt
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    The food is great, the pizza is excellent, the relaxed atmosphere caters for any occasion. The Tarscher Wirt knows how to do what a typical village inn needs to be doing. 
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    CERVO RESTAURANT
    U.L.Frau i.W.-St. Felix/Senale-S.Felice, Meran/Merano and environs
    Restaurant and bistrot with summer garden. Refined typical dishes with mountain herbs and local products following the slow-food philosophy. Culinary weeks in spring and in autumn.
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    Weinschenke Vineria Paradeis
    Margreid an der Weinstraße/Magrè sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Tasting and sale of wines from Tenutae Lageder, grow using biodynamic methods, and from Alois Lageder, as well as from selected native wineries of Italy, France and other countries. Also: spirits, oils and culinary specialities.
    Culture & Attractions
    Semirurali Residential Complex
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Under Mussolini in the 1930s, Italian factory workers were settled in a garden city called the Semirurali. These very simple houses with gardens for self-sufficiency were demolished in the postwar period, and replaced by modern residential buildings. The new complex tried not to distribute and make freely accessible the individual residential buildings around the property but rather to plan squares and streets in accordance with the existing “rules of urban design.” In the spaces between, contiguous rows of buildings were built. They border the streets and squares, as was common in the cities before the relaxed construction of modern times gave up these norms. In spite of the row construction, the buildings stand out as individual homes because of the arrangement of loggias and glass coverings as the color scheme, and thereby convey a feeling of identity.

     

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    Restaurant Laurin in the Parkhotel Laurin
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The Restaurant Laurin every day invites to taste local and Mediterranean specialties in its elegant Liberty room. The creativity of our chef de cuisine Manuel Astuto serve local and seasonal products together with seafood typicalties. Our restaurant supports the “Fair Cooking” movement, that’s the reason why you can find some fair trade ingredients. Our maître Christian Jungl and our sommelier Davide Ungaro suggest a great selection of the best Italian and international vineries, pointing out the best wines of South Tyrol.
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    Alter Schlachthof
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    As the way to someone’s heart is through his stomach, we at the “Alter Schlachthof” select our products almost exclusively from local farmers and selected suppliers from the immediate vicinity. Because only using fresh, natural and high-quality ingredients, we are able to create dishes for you which are delicious and healthy at the same time. This applies to South Tyrolean classics as well as forays into the international cuisine, vegetarian and vegan variations and titbits which are suitable for guests with food intolerances.
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    Merano Civic Theater
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    Magnificent buildings were created long the Passer Promenade, intended for the noble audiences of the Hapsburg Monarchy. The architect Martin Dulfer, who was 40 years old at the time, was able to build his first theater here, which became one of the most important representatives of the Baroque-style Art Nouveau; he followed this theater with three others. The theater in Merano was built in just fourteen months, under the supervision of Wilhelm Kürschner, who would later become Bolzano’s city architect. The iron construction of the stage area came from Munich, the stage equipment from Vienna and the seats from Berlin. Important details of the original structure have been changed, but the building remains one of South Tyrol’s few preserved Art Nouveau buildings. The theater’s clear plan is functionally divided into the stage area, auditorium, and foyer; it seats 500 spectators.

    Culture & Attractions
    Sigmundskron Castle
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Sigmundskron is a symbol found in South Tyrol's early history. It was first mentioned in 945 and was built into a fortress in 1473 by Duke Sigmund. In 1996 the ruins were taken over by the Autonomous Province of Bolzano-Bozen and in 2003 they were handed over to Reinhold Messner to be transformed into the Messner Mountain Museum. The preservation of the character and protection of the ruins was the main concern during the conversion building works. The steel constructions which were developed for this purpose were positioned at a distance with as few contact points as possible with the outer stone walls and the interior of the towers and rooms, so that these seemingly light architectural elements can be removed at any time. The design of these sections of the building has been kept as simple as possible, and they are clearly set apart from the historical parts of the building. This allows for a distinct demarcation of the old and the new.

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    Outdoor Pool (Lido) in Bolzano
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The contemporary longing for nature and sports in the city influenced the thinking of the Fascist municipal government of Bolzano/Bozen and, as a result, had an outdoor swimming complex built on the banks of the Isarco/Eisack River. From a horticultural viewpoint, the site was designed as a striking landscape architecture within the urban area. The buildings show the influence of the Italian rationalist thought of those years, oriented towards the Bauhaus. Clear functionality and a design that is both reduced and concentrated on the essential, avoided Fascist monumentality of any kind. The plastered entrance building with its sweeping terrace section shows expressive motifs that do not deny the influence of the Gmunden outdoor pool by Franz Gessner, a student of Otto Wagner's. Although this architecture seemed strange to the South Tyroleans of the day, it is nevertheless of lasting quality.

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    Maia Bassa Racecourse
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    The horse racecourse in Maia Bassa/Untermais is one of the largest and most beautiful in Europe. It is very centrally located, but also divides the urban body sharply. In 1886, the first horserace took place for Merano’s aristocratic visitors. But the modern-day period began only in 1936, when the Fascist regime had the new racecourse built by the star architect of the day, Vietti Violi. With stepped staircases, flat roofs and clear design features, its plastered buildings are excellent examples of the Italian rationalist style, which was developed out of the classical modernism of the Bauhaus school. At two stories high, 150 meters long and 20 meters high, the main grandstand seats 15,000 spectators. After its renovation, the building received the 2011 South Tyrolean Architecture Award.

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    EURAC European Academy
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The Fascist Youth GIL Buildings emerged in Merano/Meran, Bressanone/Brixen and Bolzano/Bozen in the 1930s according to designs by the architects Miozzo and Mansutti. Although in need of renovation, only the Bressanone structure has retained its original form. In Bolzano one of the most important buildings of Fascist Italy's rationalism period, a structure that had already been dilapidated, has been successfully repurposed. It was renovated and expanded through a competition. The fact that an Austrian architect achieved this, shows the overlap of cultures in Bolzano. The renovated, heritage-listed old building sections, painted in Tuscany red, were contrasted with a transparent building of glass and steel on a lightweight concrete structure, which also redefined the urban context with a vestibule, garden café and garden courtyard. The design of the interior spaces is just as light as that of the external appearance.

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    Restaurant im Bären / Ristorante all'Orso
    Innichen/San Candido, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    Traditional hospitality, historic ambiance and modern elegance come together to create an exclusive atmosphere, offering our guests a unique sense of well-being. Individual, smart and authentic - these are the traits, with which the 'Graue Bär' has impressed its guests for hundreds of years.
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    Muslhaufen House
    Lüsen/Luson, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    This unusual house is situated amongst a quite standard new village architecture. It consists of two sections: one constructed from parts of a 300-year-old farmhouse in which the farmer's and architect's family have been living for centuries, and another new building that crouches under the large tree trunks. The idea to live under mounted tree trunks came to the architect when he was a child playing in the woods, and he subsequently made it a reality. The stacked, untreated tree trunks do not hide a dingy living space beneath, but rather glass walls and openings that create an artful play of light when inside. In addition many other materials were used, from rough concrete mixed with glass shards to the extremely shiny stainless steel kitchen. A highly imaginative design here from the architect.

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    Schlernhaus
    Völs am Schlern/Fiè allo Sciliar, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
    Whether you are having a well-earned stop for refreshments on a day trip or a leisurely evening after a long day’s hiking, the hungry and thirsty alpinist is in the right place here.
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    Hotel Ristorante Ansitz Rungghof
    Eppan an der Weinstaße/Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    A pavilion in the garden. An island of pleasure. Culinary delights, almost as beautiful as they taste. The creations of Manuel Ebner combine traditional flavours with modern and unexpected nuances. Each element looks like a work of art and every bite is an adventure for all senses. Surrounded by colorful vineyards, the green forest, fruit orchads and countless flowers, while tasting our culinary delicacies you will enjoy incomparable views: It’s simply the perfect setting for a perfect meal. The bar offers refreshments and exquisite coffee specialities in a modern feel-good atmosphere even in the afternoon.
    Culture & Attractions
    Gasthaus zur Krone
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The square of Lasa/Laas, a village known for its marble, is fancily paved with white marble. In the same square stands a bust of Emperor Franz Josef, done likewise in white marble – and somewhat deserted, having been unclaimed due to the First World War. The traditional tavern situated here is a popular meeting point, and has developed into a popular event venue. The original character was unequivocally to be retained during conversion: wooden floors, brightly painted wooden paneling on the walls, circular benches, simple furniture of widely varying origin and a bar made of matte stainless steel all yield a mixture that seems random, yet was calculated in a sophisticated way in order to create a relaxed atmosphere. The centerpiece of the expansion is the vaulted medieval wine-storage area, which is now used as a restaurant and meeting facilities.

    Culture & Attractions
    Cusanus Academy
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Situated in the park of the Baroque seminary, Cusanus Academy emerged as a widely acclaimed South Tyrolean pioneer project in postwar architecture. The three-story building closes the courtyard, urbanistically speaking, behind the historical seminary building with the church. It interpreted a theme of Bressanone’s Old Town in a contemporary way: arcades and bays run down the whole length of the eastern facade. The materials, exposed concrete and hard-burnt brick, consistently shape both the outer shell and the interiors with a quality that, even half a century later, shows no structural damage. In the center of the building is a large hall from which all the spaces on the upper floors are accessed via galleries. Because it has good acoustics the hall is often used as a large lecture room. It is vaulted and has a structurally interesting exposed concrete ceiling, the arches of which give the space good illumination.

    Museums
    Traditional costume museum
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The South Tyrolean traditional costumes are renowned for their beauty. It is interesting that almost every village and town has its own costume. These pieces of clothing are worn at every festive occasion, such as religious festivities or at processions. During the time of Charles the Great, it was not permitted for farming folk to wear expensive clothing. People of the lower ranks of society were not allowed to wear more than a Loden jacket. The farmers had to wear clothes made of materials they could produce themselves. Expensive fabrics such as silk and brocade were reserved for the richer people in society. Only when Empress Maria Theresia came to power, was this law amended so that the population could wear traditional costumes of any style. This resulted in a variety of traditional costumes that are still used to this day.
    Kastelruth costumes for men: Men wear a shirt, cardigan and jacket with trousers and costume shoes. Their hat is decorated with a carnation and some leaves. The top button of the cardigan and jacketremain open.

    Kastelruth costumes for women: Women wear a long black skirt and a black velvet corset. During the winter, they also wear a black small cape and during the summer a white jacket. On top of these, there is a silver or coloured shawl with long fringes. With the jacket, they need to wear a blue apron and with the small cape a black, water-silk apron. In addition, they wear fashionable ribbons that look well with their shawl. Married women wear their hair up, with a silver hairpin and a type of stylish comb, which helps to keep their hair in a knot. Unmarried women wear pigtails that are arranged in a type of Gretl hair style and incorporate this with a black velvet ribbon.

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    Ansitz Romani
    Tramin an der Weinstraße/Termeno sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    At the "Ansitz Romani", there is a small atmospheric restaurant, managed by your host Armin Pernstich in person and in which you can select from the delicate dishes of the sophisticated regional cuisine and from refined Italian dishes. Exquisite dishes, a glass of fine wine and the special atmosphere of the historic rooms and the picturesque inner courtyard make an evening in the "Taberna Romani" a wonderfully enjoyable experience.
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