The small town of Bruneck is the geographical, cultural and economic centre of the Puster Valley. With its large number of sights, festivals and top events, Bruneck is a magnet for visitors of all ages.

Bruneck sits at 835m above sea level and is in the middle of a wide valley basin, framed by high mountains: to the north, the Ahrn Valley, with its glaciers from the Zillertaler Alps, borders the mediaeval town, while to the south sits the Gader Valley with its Dolomite peaks.

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For a full view of Bruneck try the Plan de Corones, a little further up, where the Concordia 2000 rings for peace every day at 12 noon.

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