Hiking holiday in South Tyrol

Culture & Italian Cuisine
Traditional inn for hikers along the route from Merano to lake Garda

South Tyrol is famous for many things: first-class wine, extensive mountain panorama and culinary delights such as smoked ham, chestnuts and bread. Experience South Tyrol on foot during a hiking holiday through this fascinating region. In the most northern part of Italy the Austrian influence is clearly visible. The alps are managed and worked by friendly people who are happy to welcome hikers. A harmony between two countries united by their regional features: Italian joy for life and Austrian hospitality. A lot is still produced here by hand up in the mountains. Experience it all at first hand: hiking through South Tyrol is a journey which appeals to all senses!

Mountain hiking through green wineyards near Merano

Discover the most stunning hiking tours in the North of Italy

It is hard to believe how the scenery presents itself in the northern part of this ‚boot-shaped’ country. Sometimes rugged in the mountains, sometimes lush and green up on the alps. Not to forget the colourful splendour of leaves in the autumn, which is also the time for the ‚Törggele’-festival. During each season Eurohike hiking holidays reveal South Tyrol’s best and most beautiful. Comfortably and without any luggage it is nothing to fully take in nature. This transforms a hiking holiday in South Tyrol into a truly relaxing experience.

Colourful market in the streets of Bolzano

South Tyrolean city gems

As much as we love scenery – sometimes a break in the bustling Italian towns works wonders for fatigued hiking feet. The cappuccino tastes just as delicious as the countless other South Tyrolean specialities. No surprise, since you are in Italy – where coffee can just be the best! Also sample towns like Bolzano, Brixen, Merano or the little towns situated in the vineyards.

No matter where you are on your hiking holiday, there is always time for a break. After all you determine the pace! It would be such a shame not to allow yourself to enjoy South Tyrol’s enchanting scenery to the fullest.

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We are happy to answer your questions regarding hiking tours in South Tyrol as well as our services and service packages! This also includes other Eurohike hiking regions such as Austria or Germany!

 

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Hiking tours in South Tyrol

2019
Stunning mountain views from the Knottn cinema of Mölten
Hiking break with view to the Steinernen Mandln of Mölten
Relaxing stroll through the lively alleys of Bolzano
Colourful market in the streets of Bolzano
Enjoyment and culture of Meran unite at the Kurhaus at river Passer
Relaxed hikers along the vineyards to the city of Nals
Old castles and green vineyards on the South Tyrol Wine Trail
Pure hiking joy through the blooming orchards of Southern Tyrol
Panoramic views down to Merano
Hiking without luggage through the vineyards of southern Tyrol
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Italy

South Tyrolean Wine & Alpine Pasture Trail

7 Days | Self-guided tour
What more could you want: romantic villages, views of historic castles and palaces and a landscape bordered by flowering vines and fragrant apple trees. The icing on the cake is that you can also enjoy excellent South Tyrolean culinary specialities with fine wines. Stroll through the winding alleyways, and taste the city air on the light-flooded high plateau of Mölten. This is South Tyrol, as you always wanted to experience it. Details of the South Tyrolean wine & alpine trail Begin your hiking trip in the spa town of Merano, where beloved Austrian Empress Sisi fell in love. Before you come to the provincial capital of Bolzano and the fairytale Piazza Walther, visit Lana. The charming market town is also known as the Apple Metropolis. A cable car ride to Jenesien is also part of this tour. From a bird’s eye view you can see the castles, palaces, Lake Caldaro and the mountain massifs of the Dolomites. You’ll feel totally relaxed in Mölten at 1,100 metres. Because the feelings as you gaze upon the magnificent views of the Adige Valley are difficult to put into words. You hike up the Stone Mandln, from where you can see the alpine Rosengarten. Highlights of the South Tyrolean wine & alpine trail: Spa Merano: The spa town and the idyllic old town of Bolzano let you enjoy typical Italian flair. South Tyrolean wine route: Take time to enjoy! Because you don’t get to taste wine like this every day. Cin cin! Romantic views: The Rossengarten (a mountain group), the Adige Valley and Lake Caldaro will melt any mountaineer’s heart. Because the Italians and their landscapes have a lot of charm. Knottnkino: A unique vantage point of the Adige Valley and the Meraner Becken on your way from Mölten to Merano. Enjoy the breathtaking panorama of the mountains from your cinema seat! Useful information about the South Tyrolean wine & alpine trail All routes on this tour take place on good hiking trails. These are mostly forest roads or paved roads. The distance is between 11 and 19 kilometres daily. If you have good basic fitness, this hiking trip is guaranteed to be pleasurable. You will be rewarded with panoramic views, culinary temptations and fresh alpine air. Book a luggage-free seven-day trip in South Tyrol with Eurohike now – then you can start looking forward to it!
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