Explore South Tyrol's cities
South Tyrol's Culture & Italian Charm in South Tyrol's Cities
South Tyrol's towns, where Italian charm and South Tyrolean culture meet, are rich in history and cultural attractions.
Klausen - Eisacktal:
Below the mighty Säben monastery is the medieval town of Klausen. The narrow streets and narrow houses make the town a sight to behold.
Brixen - Eisack Valley:
The 1000-year-old former bishop's town of Brixen with its 70,000 m² shopping mile makes the town a popular destination.
Bolzano - South Tyrol:
Bolzano is the capital of sightseeing and museums (Ötzimuseum), historical buildings and shopping streets.
Merano - Meraner Land:
The wonderful promenades and perfect shopping opportunities in a distinctive landscape attract many to Merano every year.
Bruneck - Pustertal:
A town nestled in the mountain world of the Dolomites and the peaks of the main Alpine ridge, where the town streets are filled with many great shops.
Sterzing - Wipptal:
The "Fugger town" of Sterzing near the Brenner Pass, the first town in South Tyrol to be called the gateway to the south.
Laives - South Tyrol
Between huge apple fields is the youngest town in South Tyrol, Leifers, with many leisure activities.
Glurns - Vinschga
Glurns a town with only 800 inhabitants, a visit is like a journey back in time.