South Tyrol has many traditions and offers numerous cultural attractions. Whether you book a stay at Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Antholz in summer or winter, you’ll find educational programmes and exhibitions in the regional museums, which make for a great alternative on rainy days. All-year-round you will find traditional folk festivals and cultural events that for the most part take place in the outdoors.
Looking for Antholz and Anterselva attractions and activities? Let yourself be inspired by the alpine beauty the Antholz See and the idyllic nature that surrounds it.
Schneeberg is the oldest silver, lead and zinc mine operating in the Alpine region and is almost entirely preserved.
The MMM Ripa at Bruneck Castle is dedicated to mountain peoples all around the world and their culture, their religion and tourism.
Rodenegg Castle is one of the country's largest and strongest fortresses. You will be certainly impressed not only because of it’s lofty
Visit South Tyrol’s highest museum at 2,275 m.a.s.l. on the Kronplatz, the no. 1 ski area in South Tyrol.
The pine oil distillery and the Bergila herbal garden specialise in the production of essential oils and herbal products.
The Neustift Monastery is a monastery of the Congregation of the Austrian Augustinian Canons in Neustift, near Brixen.
Three floors of the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology are dedicated to the original finds and story of Ötzi, the Iceman
One of the most beautiful and massive fortress of Tyrol is located in the Taufer Valley and is a real fairy-tale fortress
The mine railway takes you into the Mining Museum of South Tyrol where you will learn a lot about the work of the miners in this copper mine.
The museum shows the path taken by wool, from the sheep to the finished product as well as the production of wool in early and modern times.
At the end of the Antholzer Valley, past Lake Antholz, you reach the Staller Sattel at 2,050m via the pass road.