Hotel in Rablà/Parcines

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Rablà is located near the famous spa town Meran. In the summer the whole commune Parcines-Rablà is framed by a sea of fruit orchards and flowers.

In spring and summer the flowers around are giving of fine fragrances and set a very special, romantic mood.
For all those who want to have active holidays there are about 200 km’s of biking and hiking trails. Hikers, Bikers, mountaineers and Nordic walkers couldn’t imagine more beautiful regions. The Val Venosta with its direct connection to the famous Tessa Group Natural Park offers a unique choice of natural beauty and dreamy landscape. There are no limits around Rablà for incredible hikes in the mountains and fantastic bike tours.
Naturally it tells its own tale for the region that the proximate Merano is a spa town. Due to the low volume of traffic and the landscape’s naturalness Rablà is an ideal destination for relaxed holidays. The heavenly silence, the clean air and the first-class supply by the hospital South Tyrolians have a share in your total relaxation. Also people searching for a high class range of SPA will feel in best hands here. The local hotel business is famous for its excellent beauty treatments and SPA.
The commune of Parcines-Rablà has also lot of cultural things to offer. Peter Mitterhofer, the originator of the typewriter came from Parcines. In his honour the Commune opened the Peter Mitterhofer Typewriter-Museum. Furthermore there are many historic findings which prove that this place has a rich history even if it seems a bit nondescript at the first view. You could see the corpus of finds in the whole village.


  • Train World Rabland with the largest digitalized model train exhibition of Italy
  • Typewriter Museum Partschins
  • 200 Km of biking trails and hiking paths nearby the Texel Group

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