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Places to visit

Latzfons Cross

The Lazfons Cross is the highest-altitude pilgrimage site in South Tyrol at 2,305 met...

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Castles and fortresses

Rodengo Castle

The castle was built in 1140 by the Lords of Rodank and later in the XVI century, tra...

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Castles and fortresses

Bishop Palace

This building had been for a long period the residence of the Lords of Bressanone/Bri...

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Castles and fortresses

Forte Castle

Forte Castle/Trostburg lies in Val Gardena, above the town of Waidbruck. Its german n...

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Christmas Markets

Bressanone Christmas Market: entertainment and tradition

From November 29, 2019 to January 6, 2020, Bressanone hosts the Christmas Market with...

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Wine and wineries

The cellar of the Novacella Abbey

Besides the rich library and the cultural events, Novacella is well-known for its cel...

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Churches, Abbeys and Sanctuaries

Novacella Abbey

Novacella Abbey, still run by the Augustinians, lies few km away from Bressanone/Brix...

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Nordic walking

Winter Nordic Walking in Val di Funes

Val di Funes, in Valle Isarco, surrounded by the Odle group, is a perfect place to re...

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Sled

Sledding in Valle Isarco

Sledding is very widespread in Valle Isarco valley. In fact, this area boasts many pe...

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Sled

Sled slopes in Maranza

The surroundings of Maranza offer many sled slopes. The first one is located in the u...

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Churches, Abbeys and Sanctuaries

The Library

The main tasks of the Augustinian order were the care of liturgy, the prayer and the...

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Castles and fortresses

Castle Velturno

The castle was built in 1578 under will of the bishop Johann Thomas von Spaur. Bishop...

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Cross Country Skiing

Cross-country skiing in Val d'Isarco

In Val D'Isarco 294 km of perfectly kept cross country tracks develop; all tracks lie...

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