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Sunny holidays in Vöran

Sun worshippers watch out: come to Vöran! The small village is located on a mountain called “Tschögglberg” between Bozen and Meran, directly in the heart of the Burggrafenamt.

Hiking in Vöran
Hiking in Vöran

The high plateau surrounding Vöran has many signposted hiking paths.

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The fastest way to Vöran
The fastest way to Vöran

Vöran cableway was once one of the most modern cableways in Europe. Today, it is still the fastest way to reach Vöran from Burgstall.

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Due to its position at 1,200 m above sea level on the south-western hillside, its inhabitants and its guests enjoy a mild climate and above all many pleasant sunshine hours from early in the morning to far into the evening.

In addition to the main village Vöran also Aschl, Hinterkofl, Unterdorf and Leadner Alm are parts of the municipality, spread over a relatively large area. The high plateau with view of Etschtal Valley is characterised by woods and meadows.

If you would like to spend some days in complete tranquillity, untouched nature and bright sunshine, Vöran is exactly the right place for you.

Coming from Bozen, Vöran is reachable by car via Mölten, from Meran via Hafling. Moreover, you can use the modern cableway to Vöran, starting in Burgstall.

Cinema Knottn
Cinema Knottn

The cinema Knottn is an outdoor cinema with chairs, where you enjoy the dreamlike panorama over the surrounding mountains.

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St. Anna church in Aschl near Vöran
St. Anna church in Aschl near Vöran

The church was financed by a merchant from Mölten.

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Leisure time in Vöran & surroundings

Mt. Tschögglberg is a popular hiking, biking and recreational area with many well-marked walking and hiking trails. The hike to Cinema Knottn is particularly popular – a fantastic view point where you can enjoy a wonderful panorama sitting on wooden chairs.

Another highlight in Vöran are the old mountain farms; many of them still have old thatched roofs. The enchanting St. Anna chapel is worth a visit too.

From Vöran, you can perfectly reach Meran 2000 hiking and skiing area. Here, you are offered modern cableways both in summer and in winter, countless leisure activities and inviting mountain huts.

Further information:

Tourist office Hafling - Vöran - Meran 2000
St. Kathrein Str. 2B - 39010 - Hafling
+39 0473 279 457
info@hafling.com
www.hafling.com

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Hiking in Vöran
Hiking in Vöran

The high plateau surrounding Vöran has many signposted hiking paths.

© Internet Consulting - Isabel Gräber
Bandstand in Vöran
Bandstand in Vöran

Right next to the town hall, there are concerts of local music bands time and time again during the warm months.

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Cinema Knottn
Cinema Knottn

The cinema Knottn is an outdoor cinema with chairs, where you enjoy the dreamlike panorama over the surrounding mountains.

© Internet Consulting - Isabel Gräber
St. Anna church in Aschl near Vöran
St. Anna church in Aschl near Vöran

The church was financed by a merchant from Mölten.

© Internet Consulting - Isabel Gräber
Vöran in winter
Vöran in winter

The wonderful village of Vöran is located only a few minutes from the family-friendly ski area Meran 2000.

© Stephan Matzoll - Tourismusverein Hafling - Vöran - Meran 2000
Cinema Knottn in Vöran
Cinema Knottn in Vöran

The special viewpoint with the name Cinema Knottn is also worth a visit in winter.

© Stephan Matzoll - Tourismusverein Hafling - Vöran - Meran 2000
On the way to Knottn Cinema
On the way to Knottn Cinema

From Vöran, you can reach Knottnkino within 40 minutes.

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