traditions, art and culture of a Mitteleuropean city
Bolzano, the capital of South Tyrol region, is a city split between two cultures and this is where its charm comes from. It’s a city with a thousand different shades: culture, languages, traditions, gastronomical heritage, wine culture and a Mitteleuropean charm. Bolzano’s appeal allures exude from its residents’ lifestyle.
Visiting the city means falling into its rhythm, taking a stroll under its porticos, shopping for local produce, or simply having an aperitivo in one of its many squares. For those looking for a cultural angle the Archeological Museum featuring the man from the ice age or the Contemporary Art Museum
A short ride on the cable car will take visitors to the mountain behind the city (1220 mts). The plateau above Bolzano is the perfect destination for hikers, for outdoor lovers and for families. The breathtaking landscape offers amazing views over the Dolomites.
Bolzano is also a place for wine lovers, it’s the starting point of the South Tyrol wine route, a winding road through ancient towns, unspoilt hamlets, blue lakes and castles.
Venturing further south of Bolzano, Lake Garda, Italy’s largest lake with olive groves and citruses, the Roman city of Verona and its opera season in summer and Milan with its shopping tours. Endless things to do and see within Bolzano and outside the city. There’s something for everyone.
Via Monte Tondo 4,
39100 Bolzano – Bozen (BZ) Italy