Brunico - Bruneck
Colourful like the seasons - its central location is not the only reason for the picturesque town of Brunico-Bruneck
being the heart and soul of the verdant Pustertal Valley
The Val Badia-Gadertal Valley
extends towards the mountain world of the Dolomites
in the south, the Ahrntal Valley
meets the glacier world of the Zillertaler Alps
in the north. A small big world as colourful as the seasons and whose range of recreational activities is practically inexhaustible. Numerous natural recreational and sports activities 365 days a year are just as alluring as the many equally popular successful sports and cultural events.
Brunico-Bruneck was first mentioned in a document in 1256. Shortly afterwards Brunico-Bruneck became the economical centre of the Pustertal Valley. Today, our town is geared towards the tourism trade and offers all of the prerequisites necessary for an interesting, varied, relaxing vacation.
Brunico was recently elected Italy’s most pleasant and citizenfriendly small city. A clear winner in many categories, Brunico is not only ahead in the race with many other Italian towns, it is also a true champion of safety, progress and well-being.
includes the fractions Riscone-Reischach
, Stegona-Stegen, Teodone-Dietenheim, Villa S. Caterina-Aufhofen, S. Giorgio-St. Georgen, Ameto-Amaten and Lunes-Luns as well as the localities Gais/Villa Ottone-Uttenheim
(with Rio Molino-Mühlbach and Montassilone-Tesselberg), Perca-Percha
, San Lorenzo di Sebato-St. Lorenzen
(with Santo Stefano-Stefansdorf, Mantana-Montal, Castelbadia-Sonnenburg, Sares-Saalen, Elle-Ellen, Onies-Onach, Palù-Moos, S. Martino-St. Martin, Floronzo-Pfaurenz and Ronchi-Runggen) and Falzes-Pfalzen
(with Issengo-Issing, Plata-Platten and Grimaldo-Greinwalden).
Brunico-Bruneck Kronplatz Tourism
Piazza municipio-Rathausplatz 7
Ttel. +39 0474 555722
Fax +39 0474 555544