The most beautiful cities and sights
South Tyrol and Val Passiria/Passeiertal are a natural treasure chest, an open-air museum filled with unique sights and places steeped in history. To allow you to fully concentrate on exploring and marvelling during your holiday, we have summarised the most beautiful towns and their highlights for you here.
This noble spa town and former summer residence of Empress Sissi is only a 20-minute drive from the Stroblhof.
- The old town, which has the longest arcades in Tyrol
- The Passer promenade and the Kurhaus
- The winter and summer promenades
- The Gilf promenade and the Gilf gorge
- The Parish Church of St. Nicholas
- The Tappeinerweg trail and the “Powder Tower”
- The Art Nouveau Stadttheater, built in 1889
- Terme Merano/Therme Meran, South Tyrol’s largest thermal complex
The lively provincial capital of Bolzano is a one-hour drive away.
- The historic old town with its mediaeval arcades
- The traditional fruit market with its elegant cafés and wine bars
- The South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology, home to the famous Iceman “Ötzi”
- The Museion modern art museum
- The nearby South Tyrolean Wine Route
- The Talvera/Talfer promenade with its sunny recreation area and children’s playground
- The impressive Bolzano Cathedral on Walther Square
- The Colle/Kohlern cable car, the oldest passenger railway in the world
- Firmiano/Sigmundskron Castle and the Messner Mountain Museum Firmian
- The BoBus: for leisurely sightseeing tours to key attractions (from April to October)
The hip Alpine capital of Innsbruck is just 90 minutes away by car.
- The world-famous Golden Roof
- The mediaeval old town with its magnificent baroque buildings
- The elegant Maria-Theresien-Straße street with the Triumphal Arch and St. Anne’s column
- The Imperial Hofburg court castle with its court church and Folklore Museum
- Ambras Castle with its idyllic garden
- The Bergisel Ski Jump by renowned architect Zaha Hadid
- The Tyrolean Regional Theatre
You can reach the city of Romeo and Juliet in 2.5 hours by car.
- The Arena di Verona, one of the most famous opera stages in the world
- Juliet’s balcony
- The Piazza Brà with its impressive facades and winding alleys
- Castelvecchio and Ponte Scaligero
- The Arco dei Gavi triumphal arch
- The Church of San Lorenzo
- The Piazza delle Erbe and the Piazza dei Signori
- The Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore