Brixen is the oldest city in Tyrol and is known for its versatility: the perfect combination of town and mountain, of culture and sport, of pleasure and adventure. Here is where different cultures and lifestyles meet. Mediterranean in summer and alpine in winter: that's Brixen. Beautiful Brixen has become even more well known over recent years. We love the beautiful mountain lakes, the great views and the cozy squares in the city. Regardless of whether you long for the feeling of freedom at the top of a mountain, or look forward to a moment of pleasure in the city with an espresso, ice cream or glass of white wine – Brixen is happy to accompany you.

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On the east side of Brixen lies the Ploseberg, Brixen's mountain for housing and leisure. The mountainside location promises two things: a wonderful view of Brixen and the low mountains of the Eisack Valley, and a lot of cozy village pleasure.

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