Riscone / Plan de Corones
Hotel in Riscone
The close proximity to the charming center of Brunico allows a visit, for shopping or cultural interests, at this jewel among South Tyrol cities, the nucleus of the "green valley", which extends from the Riu's Chiusa until Mühlbach in East Tyrol.
Due to the narrow medieval streets, the graceful arches, the corner, the bay windows and frescoes as the one above the Unterrainer door, on which you can see the Archbishop Bruno von Kirchberg (founder of Castle Bruneck), every shopping tour in the old town of Brunico can be transformed into a cultural and relaxingexperience to be concluded with a break in the best cappuccino bar in the town square!
In this small city, modernity and history, tradition and social life merge in a harmonious union.
You perfectly find what just mentioned in the medieval walls of Brunico Castle, which soon will become the fifth Messner Mountain Museum, focused on Brunico and on the uses and customs of its inhabitants.
Riscone is located close the mountain of Brunico, the giant number 1 resort in South Tyrol: Plan de Corones.
Here, brand new skiing plants quickly take skiers and snowboarders in total comfort on top of the mountains.
Plan de Corones: the ideal place to explore the smallest details of perfect prepared tracks, to enjoy a splendid panorama of snowy edges.... or for a hike on the trails of winter snow ...
During the summer Riscone offers a wide range of activities including outdoor sports: Nordic Walking, climbing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, rafting, parachute flights and much more.
The "green valley" has many surprises, just waiting to be discovered!
To be seen: the historic district of Brunico, the Church of St. Catherine, the provincial museum of customs and traditions in Teodone, the clay pyramids in Perca, the Castle at S. Sonnenburg Lorenzo.
- The medieval atmosphere of the old town of Bruneck
- Bruneck Castle with the Messner Mountain Museum
- Modern ski area: Kronplatz
- Near to the Dolomites, ideal for active holidaymakers and mountaineers