Section A4 - From Bozen/Bolzano to Meran/Merano
This section leaves the province capital of Bozen/Bolzano behind following the Isarco River and then the Adige River towards Kalterer See lake. Then onwards from idyllic Kalterer See lake past Schloss Sigmundskron castle in the direction of Lana. From here it's not much further to the relaxing destination of the spa town of Meran/Meran.
A laid-back splashing of streams and a lively, vivacious mix of the German and Italian languages as well as Tyrolean and Italian culture is what sets the wonderful capital of South Tyrol apart from other places.
Take a deep breath and let the clear, healing air of Meran/Merano enter your lungs. You can feel the spirit of the spa town with every breath. Mediterranean promenades and parks in front of an Alpine backdrop – this contrast is what provides the special something about the popular spa town of Meran/Merano.
Section A1 - From Sterzing/Vipiteno to Bruneck/BrunicoThe 1st section of option A goes from the old merchant town of Sterzing/Vipiteno via the marshland of Sterzinger Moos, winds around Mittewald and goes down through Valle Isarco, before finally turning into the Pustertal Valley near the impressive... more
Section A2 - From Bruneck/Brunico to Brixen/BressanoneIt's time to say goodbye to Pustertal Valley, following the peaceful splashing of the Rienz river, back past Schloss Ehrenburg castle and the ruins of Mühlbacher Klause fortress in order to embark on the route to Brixen/Bressanone,... more
Section A3 - From Brixen/Bressanone to Bozen/BolzanoWe leave the historical town of Brixen/Bressanone on this section in order to approach the artists's town of Klausen/Chiusa following the Eisack River. Under the protection of the secular fortress of Branzoll and the Christian cloister of... more
Section A5 - From Meran/Merano to Glurns/GlorenzaThe final section of the South Tyrol Cycle Path goes from the spa town and former capital of Tirol, Meran-Merano, past Lagundo, steeply upwards to Tell and through the Venosta Valley to Naturno. The cycle path runs along the Adige River, past... more
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