What to do, when, and where? South Tyrol and its incredible offerings
Yes, South Tyrol is and always will be the land of a thousand mountains – and Brixen is the urban heart of the Dolomites. Brixen stands for beauty, history, customs and traditions, and beautiful nature.
No matter if it is climbing, mountain climbing, mountain biking, Nordic walking, hiking, swimming, bathing, coach tours, horseback-riding, rafting, or canyoning… This is where dreams come true.
There is hardly anything that South Tyrol does not invite to, with its very mild and Mediterranean climate, which is typically alpine in winter. Also in terms of sightseeing, guidance, theatre, cinema or nightlife, Brixen – and South Tyrol in general, with its countless free time activities – will cast a spell over you and give you a memorable time.
In winter the region is probably one of the most impressive (cross-country) skiing and winter sports regions ever. Do you fancy a quick side-trip to Venice? It only takes you 3 hours to get to the famous town built on a lagoon, 1.5 hours to get to Lake Garda, 1 hour to get to Innsbruck, and 2.5 hours to get to Munich.
Specialities and culinary art is cared for as well. The South Tyrolean cuisine is enchanting people from all over the world. Full-flavoured beer, savoury bacon, cold-smoked raw sausage, noble wines, and crispy flat bread is only a small amount of appetisers out of an endless range of culinary specialities.
Each one of our holiday flats is provided with a beautifully designed “What to do, when, and where?” brochure. Boredom excluded, we promise!