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Holidays in Val Pusteria – South Tyrol

Along the river Rienza – Between 700 m and 1600 m of altitude, the Val Pusteria stretches through the eastern part of South Tyrol, where the three peaks of Lavaredo and the Sesto Dolomites reach into the sky. During your holidays in Val Pusteria – South Tyrol you can choose among numerous hiking paths, forest trails and climbing routes, which will take you up to the highest summits. The untouched nature will always accompany you and fascinate you again and again with captivating natural wonders.

All year round you will find a wide range of sports activities: climbing, hiking, mountain biking, paragliding, rafting – and in winter you can enjoy the snow on Plan de Corones, which can be reached via Riscone and Valdaora.  For bicycle fans there is a well-maintained bike path which will take you from Rio di Pusteria all the way to Lienz. A holiday in Val Pusteria – South Tyrol will fulfil all your vacation dreams!

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The picturesque city of Brunico in Val Pusteria

The picturesque city of Brunico in Val Pusteria

Brunico – a lively place and at the same time a small town, perfect for those people who during their  holidays in Val Pusteria / South Tyrol are looking for peace and relaxation. The historic centre is surrounded by a lovely countryside. With extensive leisure facilities, the pristine mountains of the Dolomites, the Zillertal Alps and the pleasant combination of urban culture, history and rural tradition. Brunico – a town with many attractive shops that invite you to experience shopping surrounded by an old town ambiance.

 

Hiking on Plan de Corones

Hiking & Climbing – “A symphony of meadows, forest and gentle mountain slopes, and in the background the loud, clear fanfare of the soaring towers and ridges of the Dolomites on one side and the Zillertal Alps on the other.“

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