South Tyrol’s main town, Bolzano, awaits you with three cinemas, furthermore there are other halls in other towns of the region
- Cineplexx Bolzano:
The largest cinema of South Tyrol is located in Piani di Bolzano and offers 7 cinema halls with 1,500 seats (each hall is equipped with 2 wheelchair spaces). The programme foresees movies in two languages (German and Italian), digital cinema and SRD Sound sound system in all cinema halls. This is where you won't miss any of the blockbusters! Parking possibilities in the nearby covered car park in the Via Mayr Nusser road. The cinema programme
- Filmclub South Tyrol:
In the Via Dr. Streiter road in the historic town of Bolzano, there are thee cinema halls of the Filmclub (former Capitol cinema), showing European movies. This cinema has also got outposts in Bressanone, Brunico, Merano, Silandro, Vipiteno, Egna. The cinema programme.
- UCI Cinemas Bolzano:
The new cinema on the 3rd floor of the Twenty shopping centre in Bolzano offers 6 fully digitalised halls, some of them in 3-D, with more than 800 seats. On tap are movies in Italian and German language and films in original version. The cinema programme.
- Cineplexx Lagundo:
The Cineplexx cinemas can be found now also at the ALGO Shopping Center in Lagundo. They offer four cinema halls, and around the possibility to enjoy burger, piadine, sushi, steaks, tacos and pizza. Parking possibilities at the shopping centre. The cinema programme.
- Stella Cinema Bressanone:
In the Via Mercato Vecchio road in Bressanone there's the Stella Cinema which offers a hall for German and Italian movies. A popular meeting point! The cinema programme.
- Odeon Cinecenter Brunico:
The cinema in Brunico in the Val Pusteria valley is located in the Via Villa del Bosco road, slightly outside the medieval town walls. For decades, the Odeon Cinecenter has featured a rich programme of new movies and Hollywood blockbusters, the tickets can be purchased online. The cinema programme.
- "Cinema at the Station" in Caldaro:
The tradition of the cinema in Caldaro can look back on a long history which dates back to the year 1911, when the village had its own "Cinematographic Theatre", only 16 years after cities like Paris and Berlin. It is located in the former station building of the Oltradige Railway and offers 118 seats, a 35 mm projector and a digital projector with 3D equipment. The programme includes current movies for both adults and children, mainly in German language. The cinema programme.