With a merry, bustling clatter on the cobblestones, an Alpine-Mediterranean flair wafts through the narrow streets. Anyone who travels to Brunico-Bruneck comes here to taste the deliciousness in a picturesque setting and to enjoy genuine handicraft.
Culinary hearts will be won over by Pur Südtirol. This is the place to find carefully selected specialties from sustainable cultivation, and thus only the best. Those searching for a suitable wine pairing would do best to stop off at Harpf, which also offers a magnificent selection of beers and spirits. Gourmets will then continue on a few buildings and look in at Horvat on the via Centrale-Stadtgasse, which is particularly renowned for its legendary homemade jams and fruit syrups from purely natural ingredients.
Residents of Brunico have also always had a liking for herbs and essences. There are bewitchingly spicy scents, oils, and much, much more at Bergila in Falzes-Pfalzen, at the Kräuterhof Hauser in Perca-Percha, or from the well-known local brand that is headquartered in Brunico, Vitalis.
Material for memories is woven by the Kunstwebereien Franz and Ulbrich in the form of pillows, tablecloths, and other must haves for the home. And the oldest factory in the Val Pusteria is also located in Brunico: the Tuchfabrik Moessmer, which today is still one of the few that produces fabric with fully integrated production.