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Relaxing holidays in Bruneck

Bruneck is a little, but very lively city in Pustertal with about 15,000 inhabitants and history that is longer than 750 years.

Town hall of Bruneck
Town hall of Bruneck

In front of the town hall, there is a wonderful square with inviting benches and a little stage for (summer) concerts and other events.

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The picturesque city of Bruneck is the heart and soul of the green Pustertal valley, not only thanks to its central position, the medieval central street, Bruneck castle, the magic forest around it and many events

In 1256, Bruneck was mentioned in document for the first time. Over the centuries, the town has become an economic centre in Pustertal.

Today, the city at Rienz river is a beautiful tourist destination fulfilling all conditions in order to spend varied and relaxing holidays with unlimited recreational activities.

Tourist Office Bruneck Kronplatz Tourism
Rathausplatz 7 - I-39031 - Bruneck
+39 0474 555722
info@bruneck.com
www.bruneck.it
Upper city of Bruneck
Upper city of Bruneck

The upper city centre of Bruneck is a colourful district, with different colours on the walls.

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Bruneck city centre
Bruneck city centre

Here you can find many shops, restaurants and bars.

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Central road in Bruneck
Central road in Bruneck

The charming historical centre of Bruneck offers wonderful houses and countless shops.

© Internet Consulting - Gerardina Troisi
View of the Castle of Brunico / Bruneck
View of the Castle of Brunico / Bruneck

The Castle dominates the Val Pusteria/Pustertal and the town of Brunico/Bruneck.

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A holiday destination for every season

Bruneck offers numerous, leisure and outdoor activities as well as cultural and sports events 365 days a year.

The absolute highlight is the central street called “Stadtgasse” and “Graben”, which rank among the most beautiful shopping areas throughout South Tyrol. There are many nice shops and noble boutiques, but also lots of cosy and classy bars, cafes and restaurants, where families and friends meet, stay together, drink a good coffee and chat about everyday life.

The upper city or “Oberstadt” and the historical Bruneck Castle complete the cityscape.

The municipal area of Bruneck also includes the neighbouring localities Reischach, St. Georgen, Stegen, Aufhofen, Dietenheim, Percha, Luns and Amaten. If you are still looking for other adventures and place to see, just visit Gadertal valley branching off southwards towards the Dolomites or Tauferer Ahrntal in the north with the fantastic glacier world of the Zillertal Alps. In winter the Kronplatz skiing area offers unlimited ski fun, snow parks and many other highlights for winter sports fans.

Nightlife in Bruneck

A special tip for night owls: The nightlife of Bruneck is well-known in the whole region, many pubs, clubs and bars with DJ’s and live bands are entertaining every weekend a big number of party makers.

Holiday offers

Our tips:

harpf Drink Shop
Stadtgasse Nr. 53 a - 39031 - Bruneck
+39 0474 537131
getraenkeladen@harpf.it
www.harpf.it
Auto Herbert
Taxi with driver - Kiens - Kronplatz
+39 347 3858042
info@auto-herbert.com
www.auto-herbert.com

Recommended accommodation:

Hotel B&B Feldmessner
Prack-zu-Asch-Str. 1 - 39031 - Bruneck
+39 0474 548469
info@feldmessner.com
www.feldmessner.com
Parish church in Bruneck
Parish church in Bruneck

View from the tower of Bruneck Castle towards the parish church and the upper city.

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Pustertal cycle path
Pustertal cycle path

In Bruneck, the Pustertal cycle path leads along Rienz river through the city centre and along historical buildings.

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Oberstadt Bruneck
Oberstadt Bruneck

The upper city of Bruneck is located beyond the historical city walls and is also called Oberragen. Here, you can find many cafés and restaurants.

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Upper city of Bruneck
Upper city of Bruneck

The picturesque upper city of Bruneck offers many cafés and restaurants.

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Seeböck house in Bruneck
Seeböck house in Bruneck

The path to Bruneck Castle leads along the historical Seeböck house.

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City museum Bruneck
City museum Bruneck

The city museum of Bruneck offers a varied programme.

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Upper city of Bruneck
Upper city of Bruneck

The upper city centre of Bruneck is a colourful district, with different colours on the walls.

© Internet Consulting - Sabine Oberheinricher
Moessmer fabric factory
Moessmer fabric factory

The fabric factory has been existing since 1894 and it is one of the oldest companies in Pustertal. Still today, the factory is a successful business and has shops in Bruneck, Bozen and Cortina.

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Gänseliesl fountain in Bruneck
Gänseliesl fountain in Bruneck

The Gänseliesl fountain is located in front of the Rain church at the castle hill of Bruneck.

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Bruneck
Bruneck

At this crossroads, there are four sights: one of them is the historical Gasthaus Lamm, behind there is the historical hospital and the city museum of Bruneck and Heilig Geist church is located on the left.

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Walking path in Bruneck
Walking path in Bruneck

In Bruneck, there are several paths for comfortable walks.

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Loden Factory Moessmer
Loden Factory Moessmer

Near the factory there is a large store.

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Bruneck city centre
Bruneck city centre

Here you can find many shops, restaurants and bars.

© Internet Consulting - Gerardina Troisi
Tschurtschenthaler Parc
Tschurtschenthaler Parc

The venue of the main festivals and concerts of the city!

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Town hall of Bruneck
Town hall of Bruneck

In front of the town hall, there is a wonderful square with inviting benches and a little stage for (summer) concerts and other events.

© Internet Consulting - Gerardina Troisi
Main Street
Main Street

Many shops are located on the left and right of the central street of the city: greengrocers, fashion stores, butcher shops and much more!

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Central road in Bruneck
Central road in Bruneck

The charming historical centre of Bruneck offers wonderful houses and countless shops.

© Internet Consulting - Gerardina Troisi
Messner Mountain Museum
Messner Mountain Museum

At the entrance of Messner Mountain Museum, you can find this Buddha.

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Castle Bruneck
Castle Bruneck

Castle Bruneck is the most important landmark of Bruneck and offers one of South Tyrol's Messner Mountain Museums.

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Church in Dietenheim
Church in Dietenheim

You can find this cross inside the church of Dietenheim.

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Folklore Museum in Dietenheim
Folklore Museum in Dietenheim

The folklore and open-air museum is the oldest museum of the province of South Tyrol.

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Cycle path Pustertal
Cycle path Pustertal

The bike path along the river in Bruneck.

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Fying in summer
Fying in summer

View at Bruneck

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The nice city of Bruneck
The nice city of Bruneck

An old and nice house in Bruneck

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Rainkirche in Bruneck
Rainkirche in Bruneck

Brunico is the landmark of Rain Church of St. Catherine.

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Skiing Area Kronplatz
Skiing Area Kronplatz

The biggest skiing area of South Tyrol

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Bruneck Castle
Bruneck Castle

On a prominent hill in Bruneck, there is Bruneck Castle that was mentioned in documents for the first time in the 13th century.

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Bruneck Castle
Bruneck Castle

The castle in Bruneck in Pustertal houses the Messner Mountain Museum Ripa today, which is about the various mountain peoples.

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Potato festival in Bruneck
Potato festival in Bruneck

The visitors are looking forward to tasty potato specialities, prepared by the local associations, professional chefs and many more.

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Potato festival in Bruneck
Potato festival in Bruneck

During the annual potato festival in September, the potatoes from Pustertal are celebrated adequately.

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"Ursulinentor" gate in Bruneck
"Ursulinentor" gate in Bruneck

The gate of the Ursulines of Bruneck is located near the Monastery of the Ursulines.

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View of the Castle of Brunico / Bruneck
View of the Castle of Brunico / Bruneck

The Castle dominates the Val Pusteria/Pustertal and the town of Brunico/Bruneck.

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Tandemflights Kronplatz
Tandemflights Kronplatz

View at the beautiful mountains

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