The high altitude holiday resort Folgarida is situated in between forests on an altitude of approx. 1,300 m. Ever since the 1960s, it has grown to be one of the most important holiday resorts in Trentino. The lift systems right in Folgarida offer quick access to the ski area and other winter sports resorts such as e.g. Marilleva and Madonna di Campiglio. Like this, all pistes on the various mountains can be used easily. The ice stadion with its ice rink are a good way to spend your leisure time. In the evening, a floodlight piste is available, or you can participate in sportive or cultural events in the congress centre "Alla Sosta dell'Imperatore".
Moena Mountain Resort is & quot; gateway & quot; in Val di Fassa, being at the point of its proximity to Val di Fiemme. Moena is also the main town of the valley offering various opportunities for shopping and leisure: restaurants, bars, ice rink, fitness center.
San Martin de Tor is a sunny village at the entrance of Val Badia. The municipality is similar to Corvara, Wengen or Enneberg, being characterised by the Ladin language and culture. Visitors can learn more about the centuries-old culture when visiting the Ladin Ciastel Museum, located on a hill in the upper half of the resort in the Thurn Palace. San Martin de Tor itself is embedded amongst the fascinating landscape of the jagged Dolomite peaks. Not too far away, the mighty Peitlerkofel mountain range stands tall, with the main peak, Peitlerkofel (2,875 m) being the local mountain of San Martin de Tor.
Winter sports fans can step right into the action when staying in San Martino: Plan de Corones is one of the top ski areas in Southern Tyrol and is located nearby. Access to the world-famous is also possible in the nearby Alta Badia. The free ski bus can take you to the valley station every 20 minutes.
In San Martin de Tor, you'll be able to experience the connection between nature, culture and winter sports in order enjoy a truly unique holiday experience.
Cunoscut și sub numele de Riva, aparține provinciei Trento. Se află în nord- vestul lacului Garda, la aproximativ 70 m față de nivelul mării, la marginea de sud a Alpilor Italieni, în apropiere de Munții Dolomiți. Aici turiștii vor găsi o cetate medievală, plasată pe lac (Museo Civico).
Art and architecture, nature and museums have made Trento a cultural hotspot.
Provincial and (autonomous) regional capital, this city in the Trentino Alto Adige has a long, rich tradition and some of the most important monuments of Italian history.
The friendly resort Merano combines the amenities of a 35,000 people city with the idyll of the surrounding South Tyrolean mountains. In this small Alpine metropolis there is much on offer, even away from the pistes, e.g.: various shopping facilities, a quaint evening programme, winter hiking trails and a natural toboggan run. The "Therma Meran", designed by the star architect Matteo Thun, pampered its visitors with various indoor pools, a spacious sauna complex and various vitality areas. Empress Sissi had even selected Merano as one of her favourites. Today there is a statue in the ever-green gardens behind the summer promenade to remind one of the many visits of the Empress. In winter of course the main focus is "Off to the mountains!". The pistes are great and especially suited for families.
Urtijëi (Ladin, pronounced [uʁtiʒɜi̯] About this sound Listen (help · info); German: St. Ulrich in Gröden; Italian: Ortisei [ortizɛi]) is a town of 4637 inhabitants in South Tyrol in northern Italy.
It occupies the Val GARDENA Dolomites, a mountain chain that is part of the Alps.
Wolkenstein is situated at 1,563 m, surrounded by the unique Dolomite mountain backdrop. The resort, dominated by the winter sports, is one of the leading tourism resorts in the alpine region and is the last resort in the popular Val Gardena ski region. Skiers and snowboarders will love the nearby famous ski safari, "Sella Ronda". Cross-country fans will get their money's worth on the trail from Wolkenstein through the secluded Langental. Wolkenstein's unique location allows guests to ski directly to the hotel, in some cases, and let the evening cosily come to an end.
Excellent restaurants ensure complete enjoyment! Those who haven't had enough after a day on the mountains can party in various après ski bars and discos until late at night.
Slopes Folgaria - Lavarone are located just 18 km from the exit "Rovereto Nord" of the motorway A 22 - Brenner, Adige Valley, or in neighboring regions, Veneto.
San Martino di Castrozza (1487 m) is a tourist resort (winter and summer), located in the upper valley of Primiero, in eastern Trentino. The west, which has 428 inhabitants, is part of the municipality of Siror, while east of 135 inhabitants, is a hamlet of Tonadico. Since 2016, the resort will be entirely within the new municipality Primiero San Martino di Castrozza.
Brixen lies at 567 m altitude and is the oldest and also third largest town in Tyrol. The ancient bishop's town at the river Eisack offers, besides its winter sports, also a number of cultural sights. Lovely churches, monasteries and chapels are awaiting your visit, as well as the quaint alleys with their cosy shops and restaurants. The pistes and the impressive peaks of the Dolomites are always within sight. The local mountain "Plose" takes you up to 2,505 m. Due to its soft slopes it is especially suitable for skiing and it is also perfectly connected to the lift system.
Alba (Elbe Laden) is a fraction of the town of Canazei, in the heart of Fassa Valley, at 1517 m above sea level.
Trentino-South Tyrol (Italian: Trentino Alto Adige, German: Trentino-Südtirol) is one of the five autonomous regions of Italy. It does capital city of Trento. The name reflects the two provinces composed of its components.
Situated at 864 m is Molveno on the shore of Lake Molveno. Picturesquely nestled between the Paganella Massif and the Brenta Massiv, the resort offers both nature lovers and sports enthusiasts countless opportunities. The majority of the community is located in the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park and is an ideal starting point for snow shoe hikes or horse sleigh rides. Molveno does not have its own pistes, but those looking for action will be right at home 5 km away in the Paganella ski area. Even the US ski team has established its European training centre here. After a lovely winter day, numerous restaurants and bars invite you in for a relaxing end to your day.
Situat în nord estul Italiei, în provincia Trento, orașul este înconjurat pe o parte de stânci de calcar (care protejează castelul vechi al orașului) iar pe alta de lacul Garda. Este o stațiune bine cunoscută în virtutea climei blânde, a aerului curat și sănătos și a poziționării față de lac.
In Passo Tonale winter sports freaks and fans will get their money's worth - the location of this quickly developed resort is nearly perfect. Upon reaching the valley, winter sports fans' hearts will beat faster at the sight of the Adamello-Brenta Park's huge mountains. This is the right spot for those not really concerned with the romantic and rustic, but prefer a more functional holiday in order to fully concentrate on winter sports. Passo del Tonale is surrounded by many winter sports centres offering numerous activities. Horseback riding, dog-sledding or carriage rides through the wintry white grandeur are only a few possibilities. A further attraction of the Adamello ski area is the year-round ski area on the Presena Glacier at 3,000 m. Thanks to its location, Passo del Tonale is a great starting point for all hiking fans. The 50 total km of winter hiking trails provide a great view of the valley.
Tesero is situated on a mountain terrace at 1,000 m. The resort is very centrally located and is known as the artistic and cultural centre of Val di Fiemme, offering guests numerous leisure time opportunities. Starting from Tesero you can best access the Ski Center Lantemar or enjoy yourself on the pistes of Alpe Cermis. Cross-country enthusiasts are also familiar with Tesero, as the 1991, 2003 and 2013 Nordic ski world championship took place here. The other resorts in Val di Fiemme also invite guests to visit for a day. Cavalese, for instance, is only approx. 5 km away.
Bruneck, the fourth-largest city in South Tyrol, is situated at 834 m in Val Pusteria. The location directly at the famous Plan de Corones offers boarders, carvers and leisurely skiers a first-rate experience! Modern lift systems, well-prepared pistes and beautiful views make the Plan de Corones ski area one of the loveliest in the Dolomites. Bruneck is distinguished, above all, by the towering bishop castle Schloss Bruneck. Lively goings-on in the cafes and bars in Bruneck's centre, and the alleys lined with picturesque houses, invite visitors to stroll through the many shops and boutiques.
Municipal area of Lavarone, a village which is inhabited by 1,100 people, is located 1185 m ASL.
St. Christina lies at 1,428 m and is the geographic centre of Val Gardena. It is located on the sunny side of Val Gardena and is distinguished by the striking Langkofel cliffs. St. Christina is known as the Saslong world cup run destination. In addition to modernly furnished hotels, the resort offers guests traditional farms, retaining its charm. It is especially popular among families with children and offers great connections to the Monte Pana, Ciampinoi, Col de Raiser and Seceda lift systems, as well as direct entry to the Sella Ronda and the Gardena Ronda.
Seis am Schlern is situated at 1,000 m on a high plateau between Kastelruth and Völs, with the jags of the Schlern rise majestically in the background. The tradition-filled tourist resort is a starting point for the newly constructed panorama lift to Seiser Alm. Due to the perfect connection into the ski area, the resort enjoys wide popularity with winter sports fans; in spite of this, Seis has been able to retain its original character. The idyllic mountain village is distinguished by both of the churches and three old castle ruins.
Sporty alternatives to skiing include the ice rink and numerous winter hiking trails in the area, as well as numerous cross-country ski tracks. On a carriage ride, covered in blankets, guests can let themselves be enchanted by the Seiser Alm's winter landscape. You can let the day come to an end in one of the many cosy mountain lodges.
Once there was the largest farm of the region located here at the end of the Val Senales. However that has changed a bit since then. In midst of the huge mountain massif with a number of 3,000 m peaks there is now a modern ski station which easily combines functionality and Tyrolean cosiness. Kurzras maybe small, however that does not mean that is doesn't offer the amenities required for a relaxing holiday.But winter sports fans not only come here due to the good infrastructure. It is rather the ski area that attracts them, which is accessible via chair lift or gondola directly from Kurzras. The ski areas at the Schnalstaler Glacier offers skiing from October until May - which extends the regular season considerably. The leisure time offers away from the pistes however, are also worth mentioning - never mind if it be sporty and active or culturally based.
Völs am Schlern shines at 880 m with its charming and sunny location. Nestled in gentle mountains, the spa resort is especially known for its hay baths and mild climate. The extensive winter landscape around Völs offers numerous leisure time activities. Alternatives to skiing include tobogganing through the winter scenery, or exploring and enjoying the surroundings on the far-reaching cross-country track network and winter hiking trails, or on a snow-shoe hike. Especially dominant is the rock formation of the Santnerspitze (2,414 m) and the famous Schlern (2,564 m).
Olang is situated at 1,048 m in the heart of Val Pusteria and is composed of the Oberolang, Mitterolang, Niederolang and Geiselsberg districts. The picturesque village at the foot of Plan de Corones is nestled between Alps and Dolomites: surrounded by the impressive Prags Dolomites to the south and the Riesenferner Massif in the north, a fascinating panorama awaits. From Geiselsberg you have direct access to the ski area. A free ski bus runs every 20 minutes from all districts to the valley station Gassl at Geiselsberg in winter.
Modern lift systems, short waiting times, very well prepared pistes and gorgeous views make this ski area one of the loveliest in the Dolomites. Tobogganing fans will also know the name, as the tobogganing world championships were held here for the second time in 2000! Moreover, numerous leisure activities are available, the different restaurants and lodges invite you in for refreshment and you will certainly find just the right souvenir in the shops.
Bolzano is the capital of South Tyrol, the German-speaking Italian.
It is the largest city in the region and the archaeological museum is world renowned for the ice man "Otzi". It is also called Italian Christmas capital because of the specific market with Christmas.
Italian city of Bolzano is an Austrian cuisine. In the center you can hear German or local dialect.
From Bolzano you can go to the mountains no matter which direction you go, the most picturesque is the south. Many mountain huts are open until late September, and information can be obtained from CAI and SAT alpine clubs.