Selva / Val Gardena
© TVB Kronplatz - Photo Hermann Gasser
Hotels in the area
Bruneck is a small city that offers plenty of free time activities being at the same time reposeful and calm. The magic variety of spare time possibilities, the inviting hospitality, the pleasant atmosphere, the excellent sports facilities and restaurants invite guests to stay in the 'pearl of South Tyrol'. But not only the spectacular landscape and the modern infrastructures entice to visit the wonderful town Bruneck, also the main shopping street of the town, with its old buildings and the various gable constructions are noteworthy to see. The rich offer of different shops, where friendly face-to-face contact is hold to clients, makes a purchase to a great experience.
The natural environment enables 365 days a year every kind of activities during the summer as well as in the winter time. When the days get colder the Kronplatz, with its 90 km long ski trails and modern ascension facilities, offers several possibilities to practice winter sports. Furthermore it is said that the ski arena Kronplatz is one of the most progressive and complete Ski arenas of the entire region of South Tyrol. During the summer time the fascinating Dolomites with its lush meadows, calm forests and crystal-clear mountain lakes invite people to climb high peaks or to do endless other outdoor activities. Besides that local events of the city of Bruneck, like the old town celebration, provide that there's never a dull moment. In addition Bruneck has, with all its Hotels and accommodation possibilities, all premises for a tourist attractive place.
The places to visit are: the Town Museum, the Ethnographic Museum in Dietenheim, Castle Bruneck, the War Cemetery and the Ursuline church.At the foot of one of the best ski areas in Europe, the Kronplatz, lays the only town of the green Puster Valley.
- The medieval atmosphere of the old town
- Bruneck Castle with the Messner Mountain Museum
- Modern ski area: Kronplatz
- Near to the Dolomites, ideal for active holidaymakers and mountaineers