Things To Do In Bolzano Italy Including The Best Tours
September 23rd, 2019, Posted by travelwith2ofus
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Where is Bolzano? The capital city of the Alto Adige/South Tyrol, Bolzano is located in the mountainous region of South Tyrol in northern Italy.
According to statistics from online encyclopedia Wikipedia, in 2017 over 32 million tourists visited Bolzano. Twenty-two million of those visitors were foreigners.
Where is South Tyrol? South Tyrol is an autonomous Italian province located in the northernmost region in Italy, and is bordered by Switzerland and Austria. It's also known as Alto Adige.
The languages spoken in South Tyrol, especially in Bolzano, which is also known as Bozen, are German, Italian and Ladin. Why German? Well, because, South Tyrol was a part of Austria, but became part of Italy after World War I. German of course is the native language of Austria.
What are the best private tours from Bolzano
If you've planned your trip to Bolzano already or you're thinking about planning one because you're intrigued about this Italian town, then you will definitely want to check out these private tours from and in Bolzano to fully experience the best the region has to offer.
Bolzano (town province of Alto Adige, South Tyrol), once city of merchants, is today also city of art, show, culture, exchange and vacation.
For its location the city is also called 'the Gateway to the Dolomites'.
An expert guide will lead you through the charming narrow streets, past architectural gems and the landmarks of the historical center of the city.
Roncolo (Runkelstein) ...
You get to see some of the UNESCO-listed Dolomites’ most beautiful and distinctive vistas when you embark on this full-day, private tour.
Meet your guide at your Bolzano hotel, pickup and drop-off are included for your convenience—and set off on the Great Dolomites Road.
You’ll ascend to the Pordoi and the Sella Passes, will linger in the scenic Gardena Valley, and you can go on an optional cable car ride to Sass ...
With this private tour you get to experience the thrill of sledding and riding a snowmobile in the Alps.
Skip the hassle of driving and take in the scenery while your driver cruises from Bolzano to the eastern Dolomites.
After a sledding and snowmobile adventure, return to Bolzano via the famous Great Dolomites Road.
A private guide ensures a personalized tour ...
What are the popular Food tours In Bolzano
You will definitely want to try the cuisine and wines from the South Tyrol region including Bolzano of course. Check out these Bolzano food tours.
Discover Bolzano, the getaway to the Dolomites on this 2.5-hour food and small-group tour.
Your local guide will lead you through the historical center on a gastronomical, cultural, and historical journey of this remarkable alpine town.
During this walking tour you will have the chance to savor and taste samples from Bolzano's unique street food eateries and stalls that are known and appreciated by locals, the true ambassadors of authentic tradition and ...
During this tasty street food tour of Bolzano, you’ll get behind-the-scenes access to the quaint alpine town’s most delectable treats.
Capped in a small group for personalized attention, you’ll discover local traditions and munch on food samples you won’t find anywhere else.
You will get to visit the town’s oldest bakery and discover hidden landmarks along the way, like the Franciscan church, savoring seasonal tastings while you stroll between stops ...
With this tour you learn and experience the traditions and history of South Tyrolean wines while walking through the wine town of Bolzano, where vineyards extend to the historical center.
During the walk your sommelier will tell you stories related to the wine trade and how monasteries played and important role in the wine growing tradition.
Discover the history and tradition of Bolzano as a wine town, the cradle of the ...
Popular Hotels in Bolzano
These are three of the popular hotels with great reviews in Bolzano.
Popular Ski, Sledge and Snowshoe Tours in Bolzano
If you're traveling to Bolzano during the winter and you want to take part in a few activities in the snow, then check out these three tours.
Gateway to the mighty Dolomites mountain range, Bolzano is surrounded on all sides by the steep hills and dense forests of the Funes Valley.
On this winter snowshoeing tour, stomp through the high snow drifts with ease, and embrace outdoor adventure in the Puez-Odle Nature Park with your guide ...
Experience Italy’s Dolemite Mountains on this custom ski adventure.
Meet up with your knowledgeable guide/instructor and craft an itinerary that suits your interests and skill level: explore Falcade and San Pellegrino, Alleghe and Zoldo, Passo Fedaia and Marmolada, Cortina d'Ampezzo, and Val Gardena.
Enjoy tips on the best ...
You will get to experience the most famous sledge slope in the Dolomites and then discover the western Dolomites on the legendary "The Great Dolomites Road".
Once in the ski resort we will use a modern gondola lift to climb to the starting point of the toboggan run at an altitude of 1830 meters above sea level. The toboggan ...
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