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Bozen-Card


Upon arrival, our guests receive the Bolzano Card, your personal card for free use of:

1) Public Transport
all public transport of the South Tyrolean transport network, regional trains from Brenner to Trento, local buses, cable cars: Ritten, Jenesien, Kohlern, Meransen, Möten, Vöran, narrow gauge railway at Ritten and funicular Mendel and hiking buses Tschöggelberg, Jenesien-Hafling / Meran 2000, Postal car Mals-Müstair .

2)Museen
Admission to over 90 museums and exhibitions

3) other services:
Laives: Tuesdays guided tour of the apple orchard, guided bike tour on Thursdays, mountain bike tour on Fridays                          Bolzano: city tour                          Jenesien: entry swimming pool (from June to August)                          Sarntal: cable car St. Martin / Reinswald, swimming pool (from June to September), guided hike and hiking bus (from July to September)

Ato Adige Balance

È primavera (dall'1 maggio al 2 luglio)



Selected experiences with experts and nature's spirit of upheaval for those who want to relax and recharge their batteries. Our tourist association takes part in this great action and organizes the following supporting program for your balance holiday:

Fit for the day: sunrise walk to the Titschenwarte with morning exercises.
Every Wednesday: from 02.05. until 30.05.2018 from approx. 4 to 8 o'clock.
Info and registration: Tel. +39 0471 950420

Kneipp tour: getting to know the healing power of water. Experience various Kneipp treatments in the presence of a trained Kneipp health coach.
Every Friday: from 04.05 to 01.06.2018 from 14 to 16 o'clock.
Info and registration: Tel. +39 0471 950420

Sleep well with Swiss pine scented pillows: Create your own natural pillow.
Every Saturday: from 05.05. until 02.06.2018 from 9.30 to 11 o'clock.
Info and registration: Tel. +39 0471 950420


Swimming:



Lake Kaltern, the largest and warmest of South Tyrolean lakes, and the romantic little Montiggl lakes are both within easy reach. A 20 minute drive will take you there.

Walking or hiking:



The number of routes is almost infinite. Among numerous others places to go, we recommend the Bletterbach canyon near Aldein and the Leuchtenburg ruins.
All routes offer rewarding panoramic views and make for a fun day out. Get leaflets and more tips from our information corner.consigli!

Cycling:



A short off-road track will lead you to a 60 km bicycle route along river Etsch that connects the province’s two main cities, Bozen and Trento. On south Tyrol’s well-kept local network of bicycle routes you can also reach many other places, such as Kaltern or Meran, the former being famous for its lake and wines and the latter for its spa and balmy climate. Take advantage of our free bike rental service.

Fare shopping:


Go for a walk through medieval alleyways, visit the Ötzi archaeological museum or Runkelstein castle – Bozen holds something for everyone. Getting there by train will take you less than 10 minutes from Hirschenhof.