Bolzano and South Tyrol in general have amazing landscapes, besides characteristics villages and towns to visit. See http://www.suedtirol.info/en. Examples follow.
Museion is the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Bolzano and exhibits, preserves and communicates works of modern and contemporary art.
The South Tyrol Museum of Natural History in Bolzano engages with the landscape and natural history of South Tyrol. The stroll through the exhibition is like a walk through time and offers visitors active engagement with the museum.
Castles and Fortresses
In Bolzano there are numerous castles and manors, some open to the public.
Runkelstein Castle, built in 1237 and located to the north of the city, is easily accessible on foot via the greenbelt footpath along the Talvera River, or by bicycle along the cycle path.
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Bathing Lakes are distributed throughout the region and are characterised by outstanding water quality and easy accessibility.
Resia lake, located in the western part of South Tyrol, with its church tower is the symbol of Venosta Valley and well-known beyond borders.
Trekking and Hiking
Here you can find already existing hiking routes:
In addition to trekking and hiking, there are a number of other activities that you can try.