Thanks to its two entities, Bolzano is able to amaze tourists from all over the world. The two faces, one North-European and the other more Mediterranean, form a perfect combination that can be found in the historical and artistic beauties of the city. For centuries it was the privileged trading center between Italy and Germany. Today the South Tyrolean capital is a cosmopolitan city that knows how to be lively, cheerful, modern and refined at the same time. Dishes with an authentic flavor inebriate the air in every season. Unmissable is certainly the appointment with the Törggelen. In the autumn season, the South Tyrolean farms open their doors to offer typical seasonal products, such as chestnuts, speck, honey and wine. The city has multiple routes for those who prefer to take a walk without going too far from the center. At the same time, the most demanding hikers can use one of the three cable cars to reach the plateaus surrounding the capital. What a better way to appreciate culture than through many events organized by the city. Just think of the Christmas markets, the flower festival in spring, the Summer Bolzano, the Jazz Festival and many other events. Bolzano's particular double language attitude, will make you feel certainly in Italy and abroad at the same time. An experience to feel.
Posted by Alessandro Castelnuovo
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