The most beautiful sights around Tratterhof
Themed hikes, castles, museums – situated at the transition of Val Pusteria/Pustertal into Valle Isarco/Eisacktal, Tratterhof is the perfect starting point for visiting a variety of sights that you can marvel at during your holiday.
Rodenegg Castle (Rodenegg)
This fortified castle above the Rienz Gorge captivates with its beauty and the famous Ywein frescoes.
Neustift monastery (Vahrn near Brixen)
Convention centre, wine estate, centre of art, and residence of the Augustinian Canons
Fane Alpine village (Mühlbach)
40 rustic huts nestle together to create a storybook village.
Franzensfeste fortress (Franzensfeste)
South Tyrol’s largest historical site can be visited on a guided tour and is home to various exhibits.
"Keschtnweg": Valle Isarco/Eisacktal Chestnut Trail (Brixen to Bolzano)
The chestnut trail stretches over 60 kilometres from Vahrn in Valle Isarco/Eisacktal to Roncolo/Runkelstein castle near Bolzano.
A mountain hut on the Pfunderer high mountain trail. Easily accessible via Fane Alm.
Brixen Christmas market
Pfunderer high-altitude trail
Lonely Alpine trail to crossing the Funders/Pfunderer mountains. Multi-day hike from Sterzing to Pfalzen. Closest access point from Tratterhof: Brixner Hütte
Brixen Cathedral and monastery (Brixen)
Brixen Cathedral is just as impressive from the outside as it is from the inside. The monastery invites visitors in for a quiet moment.
Hofburg Brixen (Brixen)
In Hofburg Brixen, visitors will find an inner courtyard and the diocesan museum including cathedral treasures and a collection of nativity scenes.
Perfect for hiking and skiing!
Distance: 28 km
Sonnenburg (St. Lorenzen)
Sonnenburg Castle is a former Benedictine convent near St. Lorenzen and dates back to the 11th century.
Mineral Museum of Teis (Teis)
The museum is charming and of great educational value, especially for young visitors.
Säben monastery (Klausen)
Absolutely worth a visit for its archaeological, historical, and artistic importance, high up on Sabiona/Säben mountain.
Bruneck Christmas market
Archeoparc Villanders (Villanders)
Here, you’ll find remains of buildings from Roman times and the Middle Ages in a roofed area.
Sterzing Christmas market
Percha earth pyramids (Percha)
These clay pillars were shaped by the forces of nature over the course of millennia.
Concordia 2000 Peace Bell at the summit of Plan de Corones/Kronplatz (Bruneck)
The Peace Bell, one of the largest bells in the Alpine region, hangs on the summit of Plan de Corones/Kronplatz.
Trostburg Castle (Sand in Taufers)
Whether with or without a guided tour, visitors here gain an exciting insight into the world of the Middle Ages.
Messner Mountain Museum Corones on the top of Plan de Corones/Kronplatz (Bruneck)
Visitors can discover all about the Alps in this unique museum building designed by Zaha Hadid.
Riva/Reinbach Waterfalls (Sand in Taufers)
A pleasant hike to the roaring waterfalls of Riva/Reinbach is a treat, especially in summer.
Tre Cime/Drei Zinnen show dairy in Toblach (Toblach)
The show dairy in Toblach reveals how fresh milk is turned into delicious cheese.
Bolzano Christmas market
Lago di Braies/Pragser Wildsee (Prags)
The largest natural lake in the Dolomites is South Tyrol’s number one Instagram spot.
South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
Permanent exhibition of the famous mummified remains of the Neolithic Ötzi in a 3-storey building.
Tre Cime/3 Zinnen of Lavaredo (Sexten)
Mountain range in the Sexten Dolomites on the border between the Italian provinces of Belluno in the south and South Tyrol in the north.