Section B1 - From Glurns/Glorenza to Meran/Merano
Option B of the South Tyrol Cycle Path starts with the varied section from Glurns/Glorenza to Meran/Merano. Leaving the old town of Glurns/Glorenza in the direction of Lasa, the cycle path leads out of the Venosta Valley, past Lagundo and straight to the spa town and former capital of Tirol: Meran/Merano.
The small medieval town of Glurns/Glorenza, which feels protected by its fully intact wall, may be found in the middle of the wonderful Venosta Valley at the intersection of several mountain passes keeping watch over this diverse valley.
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 B2 - From Meran-Merano to Bozen-BolzanoPast Lana and Schloss Sigmundskron castle, this idyllic section runs to the wonderful Kalterer See lake. After this short stop in sunny Bassa Atesina, the path continues in a relaxed fashion past Laives and Ora, to the capital of Bozen/Bolzano. more
Section B3 - From Bozen/Bolzano to Brixen/BressanoneIn this wonderful section, we leave the province capital of Bozen/Bolzano under the watchful eye of Burg Karneid fortress to then pass by Trostburg fortress at Waidbruck on the way to Klausen/Chiusa. Under the protection of the secular fortress of... more
Section B4 - From Brixen/Bressanone to Bruneck/BrunicoThe penultimate section of option B of the South Tyrol Cycle Path leaves Brixen/Bressanone to lead in the direction of Franzensfeste fortress, past Vahrner See lake. Shortly before the impressive fortress, the route heads east towards the idyllic... more
Section B5 - From Bruneck/Brunico to Sterzing/VipitenoLeaving the medieval town of Bruneck/Brunico behind in the final section of option B in order to see and feel the idyllic green countryside of the Pustertal Valley. Past the ruined fortress of Mühlbacher Klause and the mighty Franzensfeste... more
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