The average South Tyrolean is a connoisseur and actually eats five times a day. After breakfast, there is a little snack to bridge the gap until lunchtime, then lunch itself and in the afternoon you can finally sit down for the long-awaited “Marende”. All that's left after that is dinner. This tradition dates back to peasant farming days where the day began at dawn and was labour-intensive and long. This afternoon snack or Marende is a tradition that is particularly close to our hearts. This is why we have chosen to incorporate it as a special highlight into our luxury ¾ board. After you return to the hotel from your afternoon activities, you can expect tasty refreshments including typical sweet and savoury snacks: good South Tyrolean speck, Kaminwurz (a type of smoked sausage), farmer's ham, “Kas” or cheese and Schüttelbrot (hard, crispy flatbread) as well as Italian snacks such as mini pizzas, focaccia and a selection of sandwiches. A good buckwheat cake or apple strudel to follow together with some fruit and yoghurt and your energy levels are soon restored. We serve our Marende from 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm.