Brunico-Bruneck combines wonderful characteristics of the region. The Tauferer Ahrntal Valley and the Gadertal Valley meet in the green Pustertal Valley, where the Ahr flows into the Rienz. This is where fashionable flair meets true South Tyrolean characteristics reflected in architecture, cultural and leisure activities as well as in the mentality of the locals. Easy to spot are Bruneck Castle (located on a wooded hill) and Rainkirche Church. If you go through one of the impressive town gates you will find yourself in the midst of a lively town. Small shops next to exclusive boutiques, cafés and enotecas line the long Stadtgasse alley. Brunico-Bruneck, is the beating heart of the Pustertal Valley and a vibrant town with vibrant people. In 2009 it was named the best small town in Italy to live in.
Activities in Brunico-Bruneck
Snowy peaks, dense forests, 116km of pistes, 31 lifts and unlimited skiing - that is what Kronplatz, South Tyrol's most famous skiing area, has to offer. The resort overlooks the town of Brunico-Bruneck, which is an excellent starting point to explore the Pustertal Valley with its extensive network of hiking, mountain bike and cycle trails. Its favourable location, abundant nature, excellent infrastructure and wide selection of accommodation, from cosy B&Bs to stylish four-star hotels, make Brunico-Bruneck an appealing holiday destination all year round.
Let’s train, as Mikaela Shiffrin and Manuela Moelgg did, for the Ski World Cup race on the Erta slope.
The official Videogame gives you a preview of what the World Cup Ladies will experience on the 24th of January 2017.