Where does the way lie? How to actively discover South Tyrol.
Over hill and dale, through medieval towns, past blossoming orchards, up to mountain pastures or down on ski slopes with snow guaranteed! Don't know where to start to discover South Tyrol in active fashion? Don't worry – whether on foot, in the (bike) saddle, on a snowboard for with a thirst for knowledge – we'll show you how and when you can, must and should experience South Tyrol close up. And first of all, read here about what not to miss!
The taste of South Tyrol South Tyrol active The culture of South Tyrol Bed&Breakfast in South Tyrol A longing for the Dolomites
“Anyone who has ever seen the Dolomites always wants to come back!” enthuses private landlord Peter Schatzer about this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sabine decides to share this longing and sets out with him for a hike around the peaks of the Geisler ...
Green, greener: South Tyrol!
Holidays by bus and train Our private hosts have truly chosen the most beautiful places for you to spend a wonderful holiday in South Tyrol. And the best thing is: you can get to them by using public transport! Busses, trains and cable cars will ...
There are plenty of other ways to enjoy summer in South Tyrol than going for a dip in an outdoor pool or a hike in the mountains! And, as the heat can sometimes be too much for us too, Sabine has picked out her ten favourite summer tips and ...
At the end of the Burgstrasse - A typical summer’s day in Reischach near Bruneck
Reischach is a winter wonderland! But it’s more than that – even in summer, this village at the foot of the Kronplatz in the Pustertal Valley has plenty to offer! Our correspondent Sabine paid a summer visit to private host Andreas Oberpertinger at ...
Setting out with the eyes of a child
Motivating children to go walking is not always easy – unless there is plenty for them to discover and experience along the way! Sabine tells us all about her top five adventure trails for kids in South Tyrol! Setting out with the eyes of a child As ...
Recipe: “Schlutzer” (filled pasta dumplings) with herbs
The most typical of all South Tyrolean pasta dishes: Schlutzkrapfen! These here come with lots of aromatic herbs for extra delicious Mediterranean taste. Try our recipe and enjoy!
Meran and its environs provide the perfect location not only for enthusiastic walkers but also for the E-bike generation. Sabine visited the guesthouse at Ortswies 37 and talked to Irmgard Schnitzer about the many different tours for cyclists in and ...
When the mountain croons – Schlager songs in the snow
Schlager-hating Sabine mixed with the fans enjoying the music at over 2,400 metres, with magnificent views in the midst of the beautiful Sarntal Valley! When the mountain croons – Schlager songs in the snow I have to make one thing clear from the ...
Winter in the mountains – in close-up
For an adventure without skis, a snowshoe excursion is a wonderful way to experience the beauty of winter in the mountains, with a snowshoe excursion the ideal way to combine sport, mountains and nature in the cold months of the year. So, ...
Cultural stronghold South Tyrol
The small country of South Tyrol boasts an impressive number of 800 fortresses and castles: an excellent motivation for having a closer look at the witnesses of long gone times. The museums inside, the splendid gardens outside and the hikes around ...
A short break at the Kronplatz
A wonderful winter weekend at the Haus Hedonè
If you are looking both for quiet and adventure in a winter holiday, and if you’d like to combine relaxation with action, the Haus Hedonè in Reischach is your perfect match: located directly at the foot of the Kronplatz skiing area and in the very ...