South Tyrol is the land of mountains – but not only! It’s also the land of relaxation and exercise… holidaying here is a real treat!

Explore South Tyrol from the Hotel Hohenwart

There is so much to see in this small northern Italian region! Natural and cultural monuments around every corner, breathtaking, fascinating and informative treasures wherever you look. From the wine museum to weekly markets and farmers’ markets, from Reinhold Messner’s Mountain Museum in Firmian to the Ötzi glacier mummy in Bolzano. Deciding where to go is not always easy! That’s why we have summarised the most attractive places to visit throughout South Tyrol right here. Take a look!

South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology

The South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology is located in the historical center of the city of Bolzano. Within the overall historical framework, the Iceman ("Ötzi"), and his accompanying artifacts occupy a central position in the exhibition area.

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Messner Mountain Museum Firmian

As the centerpiece of the Messner Mountain Museum, MMM Firmian in Sigmundskron Castle near Bozen addresses the subject of man's encounter with the mountains. In a setting dominated by the various peaks between the Schlern and the Texel range, the museum is spacious enough to be organized as an itinerary between the various works of art, installations, and relics that it houses. The paths, stairs, and towers lead visitors from the depths of the mountain, where their origins and exploitation are brought to life, and the religious significance of the peaks as an aid to orientation and a bridge to the beyond, to the history of mountaineering and the alpine tourist industry that we know today. Annual exhibitions are also held.

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A Nice Spa Retreat in Merano.

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