Located in the Dolomites in the South Tyrol region of Italy, Bolzano is a picturesque, quiet and historic town surrounded by mountains and vineyards. Part of the population speaks German, so the signs of the town are bilingual. For those who love markets filled with Christmas decorations, local food and artisan products, December is absolutely perfect in Bolzano. Don’t miss our guided tour of this charming town and enjoy the typical castles and Alpine scenery!

top attractions

Bolzano Cathedral

Dedicated to Maria Assunta, the Cathedral combines the Romanesque and Gothic styles. With its 65 metres high bell tower, it is Bolzano’s landmark. It is really worth a visit as it houses many masterpieces.

Erbe Square

Situated in the historical part of Bolzano, the square hosts a multicoloured food market and the fountain of Neptun, one of the 100 most beautiful Italian fountains. It was built in 1725 and called “the landlord with a fork” because of its trident.

Museo Archeologico dell’Alto Adige

If you are in Bolzano, plan a visit to the Museum of Archeology to see Ötzi, the astonishing and oldest preserved human being ever found, together with his leather dresses, tools and personal effects.

Mareccio Castle

Bolzano is famous for its suggestive castles. One of the most famous is Mareccio, a picturesque 13th century castle just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of the town. Take the time to get there and enjoy the view of the castle from the river walk!

Currency

Euro

Winter Lowest/Highest

-5/6° C

Summer Lowest/Highest

15/29° C

Language

Italian/German

Good Morning

Buongiorno

Good Evening

Buonasera

Drink

Gewürztraminer

Eat

Strudel

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