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Set out on cultural adventures during your holiday in the Dolomites


Set out to experience culture and nature during your holiday in the Dolomites in Alta Pusteria, which is also called the Land of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo. The holiday region, which comprises the five communities Villabassa, Braies, Dobbiaco, and Candido und Sesto, offers numerous cultural gems in the heart of breathtaking scenery just waiting to be explored by you. The natural sundial is one of the highlights of the South Tyrolean Dolomites. It is formed by the prominent peaks of the so-called Nine o'clock Peak, the Ten o'clock Peak, the Eleven o'clock Peak, the Twelve o'clock Peak and the One o'clock Peak. At noon for example, the sun reaches its highest level right above the Twelve o'clock Peak. Moreover, a visit to the beautiful Dolomiti di Sesto Nature Park is definitely worth a visit during your family holiday in South Tyrol. As the Dolomiti di Sesto region was the site of a fierce battle between Italian and Austrian forces in World War I, you might come across bullet-holes in the rocks or shell splinters on the grounds

Cultural holidays in South Tyrol


The stunning scenery of the South Tyrolean Dolomites in Alta Pusteria has always been an irresistible attraction for all different kinds of artists. Today you will still come across numerous monuments and the rich culture is all around. During your holiday in South Tyrol in the Land of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo you will enter the world of famous musicians, architects, painters and sculptors of the turn of the century, such as Gustav Mahler, Clemens Holzmeister, Rudolf Stolz or Veit Königer The summer residence of Gustav Mahler in Dobbiaco or the Rudolf Stolz Museum in Sesto are just waiting to be explored by you during your holiday in the Dolomites. The wide choice of destinations for your family holiday in South Tyrol includes the visitors' centre of the Dolomiti di Sesto Nature Park and the Cultural Centre Grand Hotel in Dobbiaco, where the young and old can gain hands-on insights into the nature reserve, as well as the Dolomythis museum in San Candido that tells the story of the South Tyrolean Dolomites as a habitat. While you can learn more about milk processing in the Alpine Dairy Tre Cime di Lavaredo in Dobbiaco, the bio mass study path will show you how to turn wood waste into energy. Your holiday in South Tyrol offers almost infinite possibilities of exploring the South Tyrolean culture.


Vacations in Alta Pusteria
 
 


Holidays South Tyrol