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Discover Bolzano

Guide to vacation Bolzano
Discover Bolzano - Guide to vacation Bolzano

is the historic capital of the South Tyrol and from here the great Dolomite road begins.
It touches the Sciliar (Schlern) mountain range then takes the Costalunga pass to arrive in Val di Fassa at Canazei, about twelve kilometres from the Marmolada. The Marmolada is now the only perennial glacier that dominates the valleys. At 3343 metres in height, it is visited both in summer and winter.
Chiusa is located in the Valle Isarco. On one side runs the Isarco river, on the other, the mountainside. Chiusa is famous as the "guard” of the Brenner Pass.
Worth visiting is the historic centre with its Capuchin Church, the church of Sant'Andrea the church of the apostles, the Customs House and the old town hall.
Vistors can follow the approx. two-hour route among history and nature that leads up to the Sabiona rock, the bishop’s seat from the VI to the X century.
At the end of Val Venosta, towards the Resia Pass, is Glorenza (Glurns), the ancient gateway to the markets of Europe.
Castel Coira that dominates Sluderno can also be visited.

Wild game during the autumn, mushrooms in summer and asparagus in the spring are the seasonal dishes that you can sample at Lana, a village in the province of Bolzano with an unusually mild climate. At Lana is the South Tyrol Museum of Fruit located in Larchgut, a XIV century rural complex.
Do not leave the Bolzano area without seeing the Trauttmansdorff Castle gardens, divided into four areas: the Gardens of the Sun, the Woods of the World, the Water Gardens and Terraces, and the Landscapes of Alto Adige.
Canederli (bread and bacon/cheese balls), strudel and chestnut cream are typical dishes of these areas.

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