to the historical centre of the village with restaurants,
shops and bars.
Location & arrival
Location & arrival
These vital lifts open up a sporting playground on your doorstep: a ski resort with 75 km of slopes, the hiking & biking paradise of Nauders and the Bergkastel adventure mountain.
Looking for pristine nature and picturesque hamlets and farmsteads? Then look no further than the secluded Langtauferer Valley with its steep larch slopes.
One of South Tyrol's best-preserved castles boasts an extensive private armoury and a fairytale arcade with Renaissance vaults.
Situated between the Dolomite mountains and vineyards, South Tyrol’s capital attracts visitors with culture and shopping. The Archaeological Museum houses the Ötzi glacier mummy.
Located high above the Inn valley, this model village of Romanesque culture and tradition exudes a keen sense of authenticity and passionate craftsmanship.
Rosengartenschlucht gorge in Imst
A natural jewel with a thundering stream at the foot of steep rock walls. Hikers pass through several geological eras on the 1.5 km to Hoch-Imst.
The popular Lombardy ski resort is also known for its duty-free shopping mile. Head bargain hunting in the midst of idyllic nature!
6543 Nauders in Tyrol
This popular vantage point lies between Italy, Austria and Switzerland. Mountain hikers can reach the border triangle north of the summit at 2,180 m.
This Benedictine monastery features a beautiful monastery church from the 12th century. Visitors can check out an exciting museum and look around in the monastery shop.
Laas marble is South Tyrol's finest natural stone. A competently guided tour showcases the history and many facets of the "white gold."
Top brands available at duty-free prices make the Swiss village in the border triangle a shopping paradise all year round.
The museum vividly showcases how books once came into being. From 1689 to 1881, a well-known printing house (in Roman"Stamparia") was located in the same building.
This charming Tyrolean capital invites you to go shopping and sightseeing. Main attraction: the famous Golden Roof in the medieval town centre.
A dream destination for cyclists and motorcyclists: The mountain road to Stilfser Joch (2,758 m) with its 48 hairpin bends on the South Tyrolean side is considered an attractive challenge.
The smallest town in South Tyrol enchants visitors with its authentic medieval flair, completely preserved ring walls, and three picturesque gate towers.
At the Visitor Centre, guests are immersed in the world of whiskey. After a guided tour through Italy’s first whiskey distillery, visitors will of course be treated to a taste.
The historic spa town on the Passer River pampers visitors with its mild climate, Mediterranean lifestyle, rich cultural offerings and Alpine Mediterranean cuisine.
Show cheese dairy
This speciality cheese dairy in the mountain village of Tschlin processes cow, sheep, goat and buffalo milk. In summer, guided tours including cheese tasting are offered.
The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ski resort has 68 lifts and 162 km of slopes. Fiss also offers plenty of action for young and old in summer, e.g. in the Funpark.
The imaginatively glittering Crystal Worlds in Wattens are a perfect destination for outings in all seasons and all weathers. It’s magic for the whole family!