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In the heart of it all

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In the historic heart of Bozen/Bolzano – a hub for the German and Italian-speaking cultural and economic area – lies the Parkhotel Mondschein. Accessible via one of the city’s oldest arcade-lined streets and surrounded by a large park, this urban oasis is just a few minutes’ walk from Bozen/Bolzano railway station and the perfect starting point for a wide range of experiences and encounters with South Tyrol.

In the historic heart of Bozen/Bolzano – a hub for the German and Italian-speaking cultural and economic area – lies the Parkhotel Mondschein. Accessible via one of the city’s oldest arcade-lined streets and surrounded by a large park, this urban oasis is just a few minutes’ walk from Bozen/Bolzano railway station and the perfect starting point for a wide range of experiences and encounters with South Tyrol.

Bozen/Bolzano

A cultural meeting point and South Tyrol’s provincial capital – that’s Bozen/Bolzano. And that’s just the beginning. Here, the Alps meet the Mediterranean, Italian hospitality meets Tyrolean traditions, mountains and hills grace the periphery, architecture and culinary delights unfold in a variety of ways. Museums and shops exhibit as much diversity as the events that transpire.

A cultural meeting point and South Tyrol’s provincial capital – that’s Bozen/Bolzano. And that’s just the beginning. Here, the Alps meet the Mediterranean, Italian hospitality meets Tyrolean traditions, mountains and hills grace the periphery, architecture and culinary delights unfold in a variety of ways. Museums and shops exhibit as much diversity as the events that transpire.

Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site

In just a short journey by public transport or car, you’ll find yourself amidst the mighty Dolomites of South Tyrol. The mountain group boasts distinct rock formations with hues ranging from radiant white and shimmering silver-grey to a captivating reddish tone. This world-famous spectacle is a sight to behold.

In just a short journey by public transport or car, you’ll find yourself amidst the mighty Dolomites of South Tyrol. The mountain group boasts distinct rock formations with hues ranging from radiant white and shimmering silver-grey to a captivating reddish tone. This world-famous spectacle is a sight to behold.

Ritten/Renon

One of the three cable cars in Bozen/Bolzano leads up to the Ritten/Renon plateau – Bozen/Bolzano’s treasured summer resort mountain. The 950-metre ascent from the valley station to the mountain station in Oberbozen/Sopra Bolzano takes precisely twelve minutes. Once at the top, the view of the Dolomite peaks, which seem quite close, is magnificent, and the hike to the Earth Pyramids or the Rittner Horn/Corno del Renon at 2,260 metres above sea level is undeniably unforgettable.

One of the three cable cars in Bozen/Bolzano leads up to the Ritten/Renon plateau – Bozen/Bolzano’s treasured summer resort mountain. The 950-metre ascent from the valley station to the mountain station in Oberbozen/Sopra Bolzano takes precisely twelve minutes. Once at the top, the view of the Dolomite peaks, which seem quite close, is magnificent, and the hike to the Earth Pyramids or the Rittner Horn/Corno del Renon at 2,260 metres above sea level is undeniably unforgettable.

Cycling

From Bozen/Bolzano, a gateway to the most beautiful cycling adventures in South Tyrol, numerous routes unfold to explore the surrounding area. The provincial capital is a crossroads of valleys, making it a stellar starting point for captivating journeys. Whether on a road bike or a mountain bike, you can venture to Eppan/Appiano, Kaltern/Caldaro lake, Montiggl/Monticolo lakes or follow the winding wine routes to the north or south. Head to Meran/Merano, the Ritten/Renon plateau, or conquer several mountain passes, all within a single day’s ride. Both traditional bikes and e-bikes are available for rent at the Parkhotel Mondschein.

From Bozen/Bolzano, a gateway to the most beautiful cycling adventures in South Tyrol, numerous routes unfold to explore the surrounding area. The provincial capital is a crossroads of valleys, making it a stellar starting point for captivating journeys. Whether on a road bike or a mountain bike, you can venture to Eppan/Appiano, Kaltern/Caldaro lake, Montiggl/Monticolo lakes or follow the winding wine routes to the north or south. Head to Meran/Merano, the Ritten/Renon plateau, or conquer several mountain passes, all within a single day’s ride. Both traditional bikes and e-bikes are available for rent at the Parkhotel Mondschein.

Hiking

Varied and versatile, paths and trails wind along promenades past palm trees through shady forests high up to meadows and Alpine pastures, mountains and peaks. Bozen/Bolzano and its surroundings delight hikers at all altitudes with South Tyrol’s natural and cultural landscape, views and insights.

Varied and versatile, paths and trails wind along promenades past palm trees through shady forests high up to meadows and Alpine pastures, mountains and peaks. Bozen/Bolzano and its surroundings delight hikers at all altitudes with South Tyrol’s natural and cultural landscape, views and insights.

Golf

Six golf courses near Bozen/Bolzano offer enthusiasts of all skill levels challenges and fun: Golf Club Petersberg, Golf Club Schloss Freudenstein, Dolomiti Golf Club, Golf Club Lana, Golf Club Eppan and Golf Club Carezza.

Six golf courses near Bozen/Bolzano offer enthusiasts of all skill levels challenges and fun: Golf Club Petersberg, Golf Club Schloss Freudenstein, Dolomiti Golf Club, Golf Club Lana, Golf Club Eppan and Golf Club Carezza.

Skiing

Approximately 26 ski areas throughout South Tyrol are ideal for all kinds of winter action. Those in the Dolomites are especially popular and are easily accessible by car from Bozen/Bolzano – including the Rittner Horn/Corno del Renon, Carezza, Obereggen/Nova Ponente, Jochgrimm/Passo Oclini, Gröden/Val Gardena and Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi.

Approximately 26 ski areas throughout South Tyrol are ideal for all kinds of winter action. Those in the Dolomites are especially popular and are easily accessible by car from Bozen/Bolzano – including the Rittner Horn/Corno del Renon, Carezza, Obereggen/Nova Ponente, Jochgrimm/Passo Oclini, Gröden/Val Gardena and Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi.

Lakes

In summer, a number of beautifully situated South Tyrolean bathing lakes tempt you to dive in. The water quality is excellent, and the surrounding nature is charming, inviting you to linger. Close to the Parkhotel Mondschein, you’ll find the serene Kaltern/Caldaro lake, the Monticolo/Montiggler lakes near Appiano/Eppan, and the Costalovara/Wolfsgruben lake.

In summer, a number of beautifully situated South Tyrolean bathing lakes tempt you to dive in. The water quality is excellent, and the surrounding nature is charming, inviting you to linger. Close to the Parkhotel Mondschein, you’ll find the serene Kaltern/Caldaro lake, the Monticolo/Montiggler lakes near Appiano/Eppan, and the Costalovara/Wolfsgruben lake.

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