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Editorial holiday planner

All needful information, the best tips and helpful recommendations for your holidays in South Tyrol – collected and presented by our editorial team!

Here you will find editorially organized holiday planners with all main information about the holiday regions in South Tyrol, as well as serviceable tips and recommendations about the topics culture, shopping and pleasure. 


 

Alta Badia

The holiday region with the communities Corvara, Abtei and Wengen is known as venue for top-class ski races. But Alta Badia offers not only challenging downhill slopes, noble spa resorts and premium gourmet restaurants. More details in our holiday planner of the region.


 

Gröden

Whether winter sportsmen or summer holidaymakers, motorcyclists, venturous alpinists or lovers of traditional handcraft – the valley Gröden in the heart of the Dolomites has a suitable offer for everyone. Find it out for yourself.


 

Hochpustertal

This holiday destination in the eastern part of the country owes its popularity among hikers and climbers to its geographical peculiarities – especially the famous Three Peaks (“Drei Zinnen”). But also guests looking for tranquility and relaxation, gourmets and families will surely be satisfied.


 

Kronplatz

In winter the region around the mountain with the renowned name is always well attended. No wonder: Kronplatz is South Tyrol’s skiing region number 1. But the many nice villages all around are worthy of a visit the whole year round.


 

Meran and environs

On the one hand it is a seemingly Mediterranean holiday resort with blooming fruit orchards, mild summer nights and a vast range of cultural activities – on the other hand a modern spa town including elegant thermal baths and special culinary delights.


 

Seiser Alm-Schlern

It is located in the unique mountain scenery of the Dolomites, it is the largest high mountain pasture in Europe, homeland of the world-famous “Kastelruther Spatzen”, offers endless biking and hiking trails… How many superlatives do you need for your holiday?


 

Tauferer Ahrntal

The Tauferer Ahrntal gladly characterizes itself as South Tyrol’s most beautiful side valley. For mountaineers this is surely the case, because more then 80 3,000 meter peaks tower all around. But also culture lovers, passionate skiers and families with children will get their money’s worth.


 

Vinschgau

What renders the holiday region in the western part of the country so special? For example the popular walking paths called “Waalwege” that lead along old irrigation channels; or king Ortler, South Tyrol’s highest mountain that watches over the valley; or the delicious fruits or…


 

Food & Drink

Apple strudel, dumplings and bacon are not the only culinary delicacies offered by South Tyrolean chefs. Here you read more about the specialties waiting for gourmets in the pots, pans and ovens of the region.


 

Culture

From Trauttmansdorff Castle to Ötzi, from folk music to jazz, from the mountain museum to the dome… In addition to sporting activities in the mountains South Tyrol has also a cultural side full of sights and varied events.


 

The Antholzertal valley

Experience covered landscapes in winter, flowering meadows in spring, deep green forests in summer and bright colors games in the fall. Whether you are sports enthusiastic or just want to let your mind wander and to relax, in the Antholzertal valley you are at the right destination.

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