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Cultural attractions

South Tyrol is first and foremost known for its mountain world, for its dreamlike peaks, pastures, mountain lakes and green valleys. In addition, there are several attractions that will surprise culture lovers for sure.

For instance, South Tyrol has countless museums, covering the entire spectrum between traditional folk art, historical typewriters and tractors as well as archaeological finds. Also, the region offers a wide range of castles, ruins and manors as it is one of the European regions with the greatest number of castles.

Each locality and city in South Tyrol has its very special places and hidden corners. Just go on a discover tour by yourself and read more about the miraculous histories that the cultural sights will tell you about South Tyrol.

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Velthurns Castle
Velthurns Castle

Velthurns Castle is, without any doubt, one of the most important monuments in Feldthurns.

© Internet Consulting - Benedikt Trojer
Pass Museum Timmelsjoch
Pass Museum Timmelsjoch

The new Pass Museum at Timmelsjoch pass reflects the cross-border nature of Timmelsjoch Experience. Inside the museum, visitors will learn more about the Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road.

© Tourismusvereien Passeiertal - Benjamin Pfitscher
Mineral Museum in Teis
Mineral Museum in Teis

The sparkling and glittering minerals fascinate both kids and adults.

© Lorenz Fischnaller
Runkelstein Castle near Bozen
Runkelstein Castle near Bozen

The medieval castle next to Bozen has many worth-seeing frescoes and is a wonderful location of cultural events in summer.

© Internet Consulting - Fabian Auer
Museum Ladin Ćiastel de Tor
Museum Ladin Ćiastel de Tor

If you are interested in Ladin history and in the unique landscape of the Dolomites, you should absolutely visit the Museum Ladin at Ćiastel de Tor castle.

© IDM Südtirol - Harald Wisthaler

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