Great offers of the innkeepers are not rare in the Törggele period. But the sweet chestnut is celebrated also publicly - everywhere in South Tyrol.
Gassltörggelen at Chiusa: Chiusa celebrates the Törggelen with long Saturdays, culinary offers, a procession and the coronation of the Törggele Queen.
Valle Isarco Chestnut Weeks: from mid-October to the beginning of November inns and restaurants along the “Keschtnweg” path show, that the sweet chestnut is also suited for exquisite dishes. A nice alternative to the Törggelen.
Ketschtnigl: this event about the sweet chestnut takes place since 1997 along the “Keschtnweg” path in the Valle Isarco valley. For five days you can enjoy various events such as a story time in the castle and the special Niglmarkt market with rural specialities, handicraft and live music.
Keschtnriggl: in Foiana/Lana and Tesimo/Prissiano from mid to end of October the gastronomy comes up with a lot of ideas about the sweet chestnut. Art from chestnut wood, cooking courses and lectures around the famous fruit, called “Köschtn” in dialect.
Törggele days in Termeno: a weekend in October is dedicated to the Törggelen. At the fairground typical dishes, sweet chestnuts and the new wine (“Nuier”) can be enjoyed.
Törggele Feast at Colsano: also in the lower Val Venosta valley, a weekend is dedicated to celebrate the sweet chestnut at the end of October. Enjoy local delicacies, wine, live music and good entertainment.