For guests wondering what to do in South Tyrol, our region offers numerous activities and leisure pursuits for families in the outdoors. On the cultural side South Tyrol has a wide range of attractions and excursion opportunities to offer. The three languages spoken in the region have left their marks on the culture as well as on the history of the region. Thanks to the AlmencardPLUS, entrance to the region’s many museums is free of charge during the summer months.
Looking for activities and attractions near Valles? Let yourself be inspired by natural beauty and the picturesque villages.
The Fane Alpine village is considered the most beautiful Alpine hamlet of South Tyrol. This genuine Alpine village is located in the upper Val di Valles, surrounded by a backdrop without equals.
One of the top attractions in South Tyrol, this is the highest museum in the area at 2275 m above sea level on the Kronplatz.
The monastery of Neustift (or abbey of Neustift) is an abbey of the Congregation of the Austrian Augustinian canons in Neustift, near Brixen.
The provincial museum for folklore in Dietenheim/Teodone belongs to the ADAC and is considered as one of the most beautiful open-air museums of Europe.
The castle of Taufers/Tures, one of the most beautiful and impressive castles of Tyrol, located in Ahrntal/Val Aurina, remained as it used to be.
Through the hollow you arrive at the Museum of Mines and you'll discover how the copper was engraved.
The museum shows the history and process of wool. From the sheep to the usable product in ancient times and today.
Schneeberg is the oldest silver, lead and zinc mine operating in the Alpine region and is almost entirely preserved.
Three floors of the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology are dedicated to the original finds and story of Ötzi, the Iceman.
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
Bruneck, for example, can be reached within 30 minutes. In the town centre at the foot of the Schlossberg lies the Old Town, with its beautiful historic buildings and many shops.
To Brixen it’s a 25-minute drive by car. This diocesan town is one of the oldest towns in all of South Tyrol. Next to the many shopping possibilities under the Brixner Lauben, the historical old town is the location of the Brixen Cathedral with adjacent cathedral cloister, the Church of Our Lady and the St John’s Chapel, the Hofburg, as well as numerous churches and monasteries.
Sterzing, the most northerly town in South Tyrol, has a small but exclusive shopping street with great cafés and a pleasant ambiance under the Zwölferturm, the landmark of the city.
The Spa town and former capital of Tyrol, Meran, with the gardens of the Trautmannsdorff Castle, the Tyrol Castle, and the Meran 2000 hiking region is the ideal destination for a day trip.
Bozen is 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 a lot of theatres, music, and films to offer.