Our sightseeing tips

The Trauttmansdorff Castle

The botanic gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle are irrefutably some of the most beautiful gardens in Europe. More than 12 hectares accommodate 80 landscaped gardens, which are split into four garden worlds: The Sun Gardens, Forests of the World, Water and Terraced Gardens and Landscapes of South Tyrol.
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The Tyrol Castle

The venerable masonry of the picturesque Tyrol Castle has witnessed hundreds of years of history. With apple orchards and vineyards on all sides, the castle is surrounded by idyllic landscape. This former home of the Counts of Tyrol was used as a political headquarters until the 15th century.
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The Therme Merano

A visit to Therme Merano is a journey into a real wellness oasis. Relax in the 50,000 m² park, unwind in the terrace cafe or enjoy sauna, spa and fitness in the wellbeing worlds. Of course, all treatments given in the spa area use local natural products from South Tyrol and you will be astounded by the designer architecture.
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The Lana Golf Club

Nestled amongst idyllic vineyards and orchards, Lana Golf Club, which lies at the foot of Brandis Castle, promises unforgettable golfing pleasure. The Mediterranean climate and the picturesque surroundings unite here to give you a very special golfing experience.
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The labyrinth garden and the Kränzelhof vineyard

What is probably the most creative maze in South Tyrol covers an area of 1.7 ha and is part of the well-known vineyard and restaurant Kränzelhof in Cermes. Surrounded by idyllic countryside, mystical sculptures and works of art by local and international artists accompany you on your way through the labyrinth.
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The Messner Mountain Museum Firmian

Besides Ötzi, Reinhold Messner is probably the most famous South Tyrolean. The likeable mountaineer has devoted his life to mountains and mountain climbing and is always keen to get involved with anything that concerns the conservation of Alpine culture.
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The Ötzi Museum in Bolzano

Bolzano is the metropolis of the Dolomites and now also the home of the most famous South Tyrolean. No not Reinhold Messner! This is where Ötzi the Iceman has found his final resting place. If you are on holiday in South Tyrol you must take a trip to Bolzano to meet Özti in person.
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The Tappeinerweg Trail in Merano

The Tappeinerweg Trail in Merano (Meran) is one of Europe’s most beautiful elevated promenades. The trail is nestled amidst Mediterranean and Alpine plants, and offers a unique view across the rooftops of the spa town and the fertile slopes of the Adige (Etsch) River Valley.
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