Spring is arriving! While the skiing areas in the mountains are operating until Easter, nature starts to wake up in the valleys. April invites you to bike trips and walking tours through blooming fruit orchards or along the Waalweg paths. The variety of landscapes, natural spectacles, languages and cultures make South Tyrol a very peculiar place in the centre of the Alps.
Up to the mountains! South Tyrol in summer is a paradise for all those who love the southern side of the Alps! The Dolomites and the mountains in the north and west of the country await you with magnificent nature and unique panoramic views. The interaction of Tyrolean and Italian culture turned the South Tyrolean cuisine and gourmet-world into a particularity, due to this synergy also a special lifestyle and hospitality has developed here.
Autumn delights in South Tyrol! The exceptional location on the sunny side of the Alps make the country with all its natural and cultural diversity an ideal destination for autumnal holidays. From the wine-growing areas in the valley to the snowy mountain peaks in the high mountains, from the return of the cattle to the traditional Törggelen, from fruit harvest to vintage…there are many possibilities to discover and experience something new in golden autumn!
Sun and Snow – that’s South Tyrol in winter! The slopes of the areas Dolomiti Superski and Ortles make the country one of the leading winter sports regions worldwide. Together with untouched nature, preserved traditions and the charm of a region at the intersection of Tyrolean and Italian culture your winter holidays in South Tyrol become an unforgettable experience!
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