Sightseeing and Shopping in South Tyrol's cities
In the town centre at the foot of the Schlossberg lies the Old Town, with its beautiful old buildings and many shops.
This diocesan town is one of the oldest towns in South Tyrol. Besides its many shopping possibilities under the Brixner Lauben, the historical old town is the site of the Brixen cathedral with an adjacent cathedral cloister, the Church of Our Lady and the St John’s Chapel, the Hofburg, as well as numerous other churches and monasteries.
South Tyrol’s most northerly town has a small but exclusive shopping street with great cafés and a pleasant ambiance under the Zwölferturm, the landmark of the city.
It’s the capital and largest city in South Tyrol, and offers anything your heart desires with respect to shopping. On the cultural side the city has many theatres, music, and films to offer.
A spa town and former capital of Tyrol, Meran offers the gardens of the Trautmannsdorff castle, the Tyrol Castle, and the hiking region Meran 2000 and is an ideal destination for a day trip.
Klausen & Glurns
Take the time to also visit those smaller towns because they also have beautiful buildings, wonderful façades, and a pleasant atmosphere to offer.