The most fantastic attractions can be reached from Auer, Montan, Neumarkt, and Salurn:
: Fun awaits you down in the gorge! An adventure to be enjoyed by adults and children alike, and an educational experience as well. The canyon recounts the history of stones dating back to 280 million years ago and reveals the secrets of geology, and the birth of the earth and of mankind. The educational itinerary through the woods provides insight into the natural habitat, and the geological itinerary is an enthralling journey through prehistory and the middle ages of geology.
Kaltern on the wine route
enchants visitors with the warmest lake in the Alps, and with its many wine cellars and its wine museum. A mere 13 km from Auer, Kaltern invites you to explore its surroundings and stroll through its centre.
In the regional capital Bozen
: visit the Ötzi-Museum
, the Museion
Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the cathedral, the arcades with their narrow streets and shop windows, the colourful fruit and vegetable market; the MMM – Messner Mountain Museum
and Runkelstein Castle
The spa town Meran
awaits you with its thermal baths
, Trauttmansdorff Castle Botanical Gardens
, the Touriseum
the Kurpromenade, the Tappeiner trail, and the Museum of women’s lives
Tour of the Dolomites
– Either by car or on a bus tour, discover the world’s most beautiful mountains, claimed a UNESCO world heritage sight in June 2009. The pale mountains, the Alpine passes, and the stunning views are sure to make your holiday in South Tyrol a memorable one.
The bishop’s seat of Brixen
to the north and medieval Bruneck
to the west enchant visitors with their magical, narrow streets, colourful shops and lively crowds. Worthwhile visiting are Neustift monastery, the collection of nativity scenes in Brixen, and the municipal museum in Bruneck. Coming soon, the Messner Mountain Museum (to be inaugurated in 2010) at Bruneck Castle.
Drive, take a train, or cycle to Trient
and be charmed by its narrow streets and many shops selling the best of Italy’s products.
mountain awaits you with its historical railway, the Rittner Horn, and the museum of apiculture. You can reach the peak of the Ritten from Bozen by funicular then continue on the Ritten Railway. The stunning vistas will overwhelm you!
The Seiser Alm
makes up the largest, uninterrupted plateau in Europe. Enjoy not only views over the Schlern and the Alpine peaks, but also the many mountain trails. Traffic has been limited throughout the Seiser Alm for some years now, making them a true haven for hikers, mountain climbers, cyclists and anyone who simply wishes to take a leisurely walk through nature.
The typical trees of the lovely towns overlooking Lake Garda
are palm trees, cypresses, and lemon trees. Excitement and fun is ensured for the whole family at the zoo and at the two famous amusement parks, Gardaland
! For a relaxing day, leave your car and take one of the bus tours and enjoy a boat trip on the lake.
is a major cultural centre which abounds with remarkable attractions: Romeo and Juliet’s house, Piazza delle Erbe, Piazza Bra, and the famous arena. Opera enthusiasts can catch an opera
in summer at the arena. Tours comprehensive of opera tickets can be booked at the city tourist office!
, the city on the lagoon, is certainly also worth a visit. Whether you opt to go there by car or on a bus tour, we will be delighted to offer you advice!
or your hotel about other places to visit!