• Tower Lake Reschensee
    Tower Lake Reschensee
  • Monastery Marienberg
    Monastery Marienberg


Friendly culture, natural charm

The treasures of South Tyrol

During the last years, South Tyrol has developed into a top tourist destination. A wide circle of guests appreciate the warmth and friendlyness of South Tyrolean people. Not forgetting the unique mountain landscape and the South Tyrolean specialities. The apples and the wine from South Tyrol are known across the borders.

Enumerate all the advantages of the country here, the place would be too small.
But here are some holiday tips:

  • Aquaprad, the visitor’s centre of the National Park Stelvio
  • Glurns, the medieval town
  • Churburg Castle
  • Monastery Marienberg
  • the old Romanesque church tower which rises up from the waters of Reschensee
  • Messner Mountain Museum – Juval Castle
  • the “Lauben” and the old town of Meran
  • the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle
  • South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology with Ötzi, the Iceman
St. Johann Church Prad/Prato

Prato allo Stelvio/Prad am Stilfserjoch

In the heart of the Vinschgau Valley. Prato with around 3000 inhabitants has a bustling village life. Numerous shops and pubs…

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Stelvio pass

Stilfserjoch / Passo Stelvio

The Stelvio Pass with its 2757 m is the highest pass in Italy and the second highest asphalted pass in the Alps…

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Castle Kastelbell

Vinschgau Valley

Sunny and steeped in history. The Vinschgau Valley is South Tyrolean’s holiday region per se. Here hiking lovers will find hiking paths, climbing routes and summits…

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Meran / Merano

Mild climate, Mediterranean flair.
The spa town of Merano is located at 263-632 m and after the capital Bolzano, it is the second biggest city of South Tyrol.

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