The sights in South Tyrol and beyond its borders

The most beautiful towns nearby

The region’s medieval towns, including the spa town of Merano/Meran, the small town of Glorenza/Glurns with its completely intact city wall, the regional capital of Bolzano/Bozen, the Fugger dynasty town of Vitipeno/Sterzing, the Episcopal town of Bressanone/Brixen and the main town in Val Pusteria/Pustertal, Brunico/Bruneck are among the most beautiful sights in South Tyrol.

You can reach Merano/Meran from Hotel Stroblhof in just under 20 minutes by car. The town offers some of the most famous sights in South Tyrol:

  • The Old Town with its well-known arcades
  • The Merano/Meran promenade along the Passirio/Passer with Kurhaus
  • The winter and summer promenade
  • The Gilf promenade with Gilf gorge
  • The parish church of St. Nikolaus
  • The Tappeinerweg with gunpowder tower
  • The Stadttheater, which was built in Art Nouveau style in 1899
  • Terme Merano/Therme Meran

is the largest town in South Tyrol where the provincial government and administrative offices are based. Besides flourishing city life Bolzano/Bozen offers several of the most beautiful sights in South Tyrol:

  • The charming Old Town
  • The traditional fruit market with numerous cafés and wine bars
  • The South Tyrolean Archaeology Museum with the sensational find, Ötzi, the Ice Man
  • The Museion – Museum for Modern Art
  • The nearby South Tyrolean wine route with several wine and sparkling wine cellars invite you to chill out and indulge
  • The Talferwiesen with large lawns and children’s playground
  • The Waltherplatz with Bolzano/Bozen cathedral
  • The “Kohlern” cable car, the oldest passenger cable car in the world
  • Castel Firmiano/Schloss Sigmundskron with the Messner Mountain Museum Firmian
  • The BoBus: a specially developed shuttle service offers a leisurely sightseeing tour through the town past the most important sights in South Tyrol’s regional capital (from April to October)

Sights beyond South Tyrol’s borders

Innsbruck is the capital of Tyrol and can be reached from Hotel Stroblhof in about 90 minutes (over the Passo di Monte Giovo/Jaufenpass). The sights are:

  • The old Federal State Parliament
  • The old town
  • Anna Pillar
  • The liberation monument
  • Bergisel ski jump
  • Ambras Castle
  • Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof)
  • Helblinghaus
  • Hofburg (Imperial Palace)
  • Maria-Theresien-Straße
  • Tyrolean State Theatre Innsbruck
  • Triumphal Arch

, the floating city, can be reached in just over 3 hours and is definitely worth a trip! The sights include:

  • St. Mark’s Square with St. Mark’s Campanile
  • The Rialto bridge
  • The gondolas on the Grand Canal
  • The numerous ostentatious palaces
  • Venice carnival
  • The islands of Murano and Burano

, the city of romance, is situated just 200 kilometres from the Stroblhof and is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. The town’s sights include:

  • Verona Arena, one of the most famous opera stages in the world
  • Juliet’s balcony
  • Piazza Brà with its imposing building façades and winding cobbled lanes
  • Castelvecchio and Ponte Scaligero
  • The Arco dei Gavi triumphal arch
  • San Lorenzo church
  • Piazza delle Erbe, Piazza dei Signori
  • San Zeno Maggiore Basilica

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