Val Pusteria, one of the best known and most loved Alpine Italian valleys, extended between Bressanone and Lienz, between South Tyrol and the Austrian East Tyrol. Like every summer and winter, from the Dolomites to the Grossglockner, from Lake Braies to Lake Dobbiaco, from Plan de Corones to the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, the fascinating alpine environment opens its doors to mountain lovers. With a 100km extension it is one of the longest double language (Italian/German) Italian valley, During your holiday here, it's a pity not to stop in its particular villages. Starting from the biggest center of Brunico to important touristic places like Dobbiaco and S. Candido, you can't miss a visit to the little villages of Sesto Pusteria, Außervillgraten, Chienes, Falzes, Gais, Innervillgraten, Lienz, Monguelfo, Perca, San Lorenzo di Sebato, Sillian, Terento, Valdaora, Vandoies and Villabassa for a complete immersion in culture and food of this valley. Using public transport to move from a spot to another, will help this valley to be environmentally sustainable.
Posted by Alessandro Castelnuovo
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