Autumn tips for South Tyrol
With its many fairs, festivals, wine, apples and a lot of other culinary delights, autumn in South Tyrol is nothing for abstainers. However, gourmets and epicures feel good.
At the end of summer the days become shorter again and mountaineers and hikers have to turn back earlier to the valley. But it pays off, because in this way they can enjoy the pleasure of the traditional harvest evenings.
Those who already know the harvest traditions of South Tyrolean, also know that they are an important part of a funny and rewarding autumn holiday in this region. For instance, during the so called “Törggelen” – the most important harvest tradition – you will taste roasted chestnuts, new wine, hearty soups and mead dishes, grapes and much more.
More tips for autumn in South Tyrol
- Locations for “Törggelen” – read more about this special harvest tradition under our tips for “Törggelen".
- Meran Music Weeks – the biggest festival of classical music in South Tyrol
- Stegener Market – the biggest market throughout Tyrol
- Apple Week – thanksgiving feast with many apples in Natz Schabs
- Chestnut Days in Tisens, Völlan and Feldthurns
- Chestnut trail – discovering the valley Eisacktal and its history on the Chestnut Trail
- Homecoming of the livestock all over South Tyrol