Explore South Tyrol
Get to know South Tyrol in all its great diversity. Nowhere else can you do this better than in the south of South Tyrol: in picturesque wine-producing and idyllic mountain villages or in South Tyrol’s capital, Bozen.
A trip to the Seiser Alm and the Dolomites is an experience not only for mountaineers and adventurers. The spacious high alpine pastures and jagged mountain peaks make fascinating natural landscapes.
You should also not forget to spend some time in the spa town of Meran. The art nouveau architecture and the charming promenades bear witness to the style of days gone by.
The historic centres of Klausen, Brixen and Sterzing as well as Glurns, South Tyrol’s smallest town are also well worth seeing.
Lake Garda is only about 100 kilometres away. With its lovely, characteristic villages and idyllic little spots, it is always a beautiful destination for an excursion.
Excursion and adventure tips with distances in kilometres:
- Dolomites – Unesco’s world natural heritage (60km Passo Pordoi-Sella)
- The flower town of Meran (60km)
- South Tyrol’s wine route including Lake Kaltern (20km)
- Seiser Alm (50km)
- Historic centre Bozen (40km) including visit to the Ötzi (The Iceman) museum (South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology)
Messner Mountain Museum Firmian at Sigmundskron Castle (35km)
- Rittner Erdpyramiden (earth pyramids) (50km)
- Lake Garda (110km)
- Nature park Truden and Bletterbach ravine Unesco world natural heritage
- Cittadella del Vino – Italy’s largest sekt winery at Mezzocorona
- Trento (60km)
- Verona (140km)