Due to its rich cultural landscape, the Kronplatz holiday region not only offers unforgettable highlights for sports enthusiasts but also for lovers of culture. Start your cultural journey in the historic centre of Bruneck/Brunico and let yourself be inspired by its fancy Alpine-Mediterranean atmosphere. Once you have got a first feeling for our land and our people, you can dive deeper into the world of our customs and traditions and learn more about our culture, our territory and our close connection to the alpine world by visiting museums such as the South Tyrolean Folklore Museum, the Museum Ladin or the MMM Corones. Another significant artistic and historical heritage is represented by our numerous castles, such as the castle called Schloss Bruneck, and churches – one of which is the oldest religious building in the Pustertal valley, the chapel called Kapelle St. Georg in Taisten/Tesido – which take you deeper and deeper into past times with each step you walk inside their walls.
The mountains and valleys surrounding the Kronplatz are of course also home to countless natural treasures of a special kind, providing an ideal opportunity to combine sports activities such as hiking or cycling with excursions to unique cultural and natural monuments. Alongside a visit to the last remaining Venetian saw dating back to the 19th century – the “Lipper Säge” – we also recommend a tour to the impressive, centuries-old earth pyramids of Percha/Perca with your family. What would a holiday in the Pustertal valley be without discovering the world of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage? Let yourself be enchanted by the rich diversity of our three unparalleled nature parks. Looking for more? Find more cultural & natural monuments for an unforgettable journey through the past of our valley.