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0.46km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Piazza Walther located in the district center of the South Tyrolean provincial capital Bolzano. It owes its name to the poet Walther von der Vogelweide, to whom the Walther monument in the middle of the square, created by Heinrich Natter from Lasa marble, is dedicated. Waltherplatz is one of the most striking points and the social center of the city.
Via Claudia Augusta
1.85km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Via Claudia Augusta was a Roman road whose construction dates from the first half of the first century AD is traditionally believed to have been built to put the Roman world in touch with the Germanic, starting from the Po Valley and reaching through the Alps , the Danube in Bavaria . The route still exists, and since the 1990s increased interest in long-distance hiking and cycling have made the German and Austrian stretches of the Via Claudia Augusta popular among tourists.
Castel Roncolo - Bolzano
2.1km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
Runkelstein Castle is a castle medieval dell ' Alto Adige. It is known for its extensive cycle of frescoes depicting aspects of courtly life and culture, which earned it the nickname "Illustrated Manor". The castle is located not far from Bolzano on a spur of rock overlooking the Talvera torrent at the mouth of the Val Sarentino, on the edge of the municipal area of Renon. Unlike many other castles in South Tyrol which have been heavily renovated in modern times, Castel Roncolo has essentially
14.72km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Mendola Pass is an Alpine pass in Trentino-Alto Adige on the national road 42 of the Tonale and Mendola. It is a saddle located between Mount Penegal and Mount Roen and located on a mountain range, the Mendola Coast which to the northeast overhangs the Adige valley and to the southwest slopes gently towards the Nonvalley. The Mendola pass can be reached from Caldaro via the funicular of the same name , at the top station of which there is a viewpoint over Oltradige and Bassa Atesina.
14.96km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Lake Caldaro is the largest natural lake of the autonomous province of Bolzano. It is located in the Oltradige at 216 m in the municipality of Caldaro on the wine road, about 20 km from Bolzano. Very popular with tourists, Lake Caldaro has along its shores bathing facilities, campsites, hotels and restaurants, small ports for sailing boats. Due to its ventilation, Lake Caldaro favors the exercise of wind sports such as windsurfing and sailing.
15.37km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Corno del Renon, is a mountain of the Alps 2,261 m high. It is located in Italy on the Sarentine Alps, at the northern limit of the Renon plateau and at the southern limit of the Alpe di Villandro. It is considered one of the most panoramic points of South Tyrol, with a 360 ° view. One of the beautiful locations and also it is a trekkers paradise.
Seis am Schlern
17.03km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
Siusi allo Sciliar is a fraction of the Italian municipality of Castelrotto, in the autonomous province of Bolzano. Located at the foot of the Sciliar, at 1,004 m asl, the village gives its name to the Alpe di Siusi, the largest mountain pasture in Europe. Siusi has a long history as an Alpine tourist resort. In addition to winter sports, practiced from December to March, and obviously hiking sports (trekking and mountaineering). It should be noted that in the nearby hamlet of San Vigilio, ther
20km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Carezza Lake is a small alpine lake located in the upper Val d'Ega to 1,534 m in the municipality of Nova Levante, about 25 km from Bolzano in South Tyrol, nestled among thick fir woods, under the slopes of the Latemar massif, which is reflected in its crystal clear water. The lake is known for its colors and for this reason in the Ladin language it is also called " Lec de Ergobando. The lake has no visible tributaries and is fed by underground springs.
21.74km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Latemar is a Dolomite mountain group that extends between the provinces of Trento and Bolzano, in Trentino-Alto Adige / Südtirol. The Dolomites system " Sciliar - Catinaccio and Latemar" is one of the nine places belonging to the site "The Dolomites" declared in 2009 a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Latemar is one of the most famous Dolomite groups in the world, as its superb north face is reflected in the enchanting Lake Carezza in hundreds of postcards
21.81km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
Trauttmansdorf Castle is a castle located in Merano. It houses the Touriseum , the provincial museum of tourism. In 2001 the botanical garden surrounding the castle was opened: Touriseum and gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle. It is home to the Touriseum, a museum of tourism and since 2001 the surrounding grounds have been open as the Trauttmansdorff Castle Gardens, a botanical garden.
Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle
21.86km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle are located on the eastern outskirts of Merano in South Tyrol. The botanical garden of the spa town of Merano, named after its landmark Trauttmansdorff Castle, covers an area of around twelve hectares. Natural and cultural landscapes from all over the world, botanical rarities, themed gardens as well as local vegetation images of the province of South Tyrol form the focus of the garden design.
22.17km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Karer Pass is the pass between the Rosengarten and the Latemar in the Italian Dolomites. It connects the Eggental with the Fassatal and thus South Tyrol with the Trentino. It is located at an altitude of 1752 m slm. Just below the pass in Eggental lies the Karersee. The Karerpass is one of the old crossings, admittedly it was never of paramount importance and was only used by shepherds and mules.
23.3km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Rosengarten group is a massif in the Dolomites of northern Italy. It is located between the Tierser Tal and Eggental in South Tyrol and the Fassa Valley in Trentino. One peculiarity of the Rosengarten is the pink shade, owing to the presence of the mineral dolomite, which takes in the sunset and "glows", as celebrated in the Bozner Bergsteigerlied. Meaning "Rose garden" in German, the name refers to the legend of King Laurin and his Rose Garden, a traditional story explaining the outer appea
24.29km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
Merano is an Italian town of 41,152 inhabitants in Italy. Considered a health resort since the nineteenth century , Merano was initially oriented towards tourism for the elderly , thanks to the mild climate and the quiet that characterize it. One of the top skiing areas and also you can spend some nice time here.
24.55km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Dolomiti Superski is the largest ski area in Italy, born in 1974 and spread over an area of about 3,000 km² in the Triveneto, including most of the winter ski slopes of the Dolomites, for a total of 1,246 km of slopes divided into 12 different ski areas. Of these 500 km are connected "skis on feet". It offers 450 ski lifts and 1,246 kilometers of slopes, about half of which are directly connected to each other, and all of which can be used with a single ski pass.
26.69km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
Castel Tirolo, located near Tirolo, is the manor from which the counts of Tyrol originated and the cradle of the territory that took their name from them. It was the ancestral seat of the Counts of Tyrol and gave the whole Tyrol region its name. It was this magnificent castle that dominated not only the near-by hamlet of Tirolo but the entire region of Tyrol. The castle has served as the site of a museum since the early 1980s. Since 2003, Tyrol Castle houses the South Tyrolean Museum of Histo
27.32km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Val d'Ultimo is a 40 km long valley in the western area of ' Alto Adige ending Lana. The valley has all the characteristics of the traditional Tyrolean valleys: ancient farms, green meadows, dense forests, and high mountains. In particular, the Ultental Valley is surrounded by the peaks of the south-eastern Ortles Group, one of the highest peaks in the area. The highest part of the valley is part of the Stelvio National Park.
27.82km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Plattkofel is a 2964 m high mountain in the Langkofel group in the Dolomites. The name refers to the flat western flank facing the Alpe di Siusi. The summit ridge, which runs roughly in a north-west-south-east direction, has three summit points. The most important for tourists is the middle summit ( 2958 m ) with a summit cross, which can be reached via marked trails. However, the highest point of the mountain is found.
27.84km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Val di Fassa is a valley in the Dolomites which is located in north-eastern Trentino. Surrounded by some of the most well-known mountain ranges of the Dolomites, the valley is an important tourist destination in both winter and summer. Furthermore, due to its linguistic identity, it is an integral part of Ladinia. The valley is surrounded by some of the most important massifs of the Dolomites.
29.19km from South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Val di Fiemme is one of the main Dolomite valleys, located in Trentino and a small part in Alto Adige / Sudtirol with the municipality of Anterivo / Others. Together with the Val di Fassa and Val di Cembra, it forms the hydrographic basin of the Avisio stream, a left tributary of the Adige river. One of the good skii and trekking point and also you can spend some good time here.
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South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
Via Museo, 43, 39100 Bolzano BZ, Italy
The South Tyrol Archaeological Museum based in Bolzano is the "home" of Ötzi, the "Iceman", in Italy better known as "Similaun's mummy". The museum welcomes numerous visitors in every season and is one of the first of its kind in Italy. The exhibition starts from the Paleolithic, to the end, in chronological order, with the High Middle Ages. Models, reconstructions, stereoscopic images, videos, and interactive multimedia stations allow you to take a look at the past of the southern side of the