Alta Badia

South Tyrol

Alta Badia, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dolomites, San Cassiano, Alps,  South Tyrol photo by Eberhard Grossgasteiger

Soprabolzano

South Tyrol

Photo by Stephan Seeber, Alto Adige, South Tyrol, Italy

Val Venosta

South Tyrol

South Tyrol, Italy, Vinschgau, Val Venosta, mountains, travel

Alpe di Siusi

South Tyrol

Alpe di Siusi, South Tyrol, Alto Adige, Südtirol

Lana

South Tyrol

Alpe di Siusi, South Tyrol, Alto Adige, Südtirol

Valle Aurina

South Tyrol

Ahrntal, Valle Aurina, South Tyrol, Italy, photo by Eberhard Grossgasteiger

Avelengo

South Tyrol

Avelengo, Hafling, Merano, travel, South Tyrol, Alpine, Haflinger horses

Bolzano/Bozen

South Tyrol

Bolzano, Bozen, South Tyrol, Dolomites in Italy

Brunico

South Tyrol

Brunico/Bruneck in the South Tyrol, Italy

Caldaro al Lago

South Tyrol

Monte San Vigilio

South Tyrol

Vigiljoch, Monte San Vigilio, South Tyrol, Italy

Merano

South Tyrol

Merano, Italy, South Tyrol, travel

South Tyrol

From its perch in northern Italy, South Tyrol, or Alto Adige as it is also known, is a jewel of ancient cultures set in the mighty crown of the Alps. Nestled among the Dolomite mountains (a UNESCO World Heritage site) a marriage of languages and cultures comes together in the area’s healing spa towns, medieval hamlets, fairytale castles, wine trails and foodie destinations.

Known primarily for skiing, South Tyrol is also a year-round home to hiking, mountain biking and strolling through the botanical gardens at the base of its snow-capped mountains. At the end of the day, cap it all off with a signature hay bath or a dip in the healing thermal waters. This hidden Alpine part of Italy is well worth travelling to.

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