You can spot Castel Welsperg-Schloss Welsperg-Welsperg Castle from a distance as it is located on top of a hill above the village of Welsberg. It is the only castle in the Pustertal Valley accessible to visitors and the gardens, embedded in splendid scenery, host concerts and art exhibitions in summer. This historical building is one of the main attractions in the region.
Those wishing to learn more about history and tradition should explore the Paul Troger Hiking Trail named after a famous artist Paul Troger known for his paintings on church altars.
In this small side valley of the Pustertal Valley people celebrate and live culture and tradition. The ceremonial cattle drive is the annual highlight in Val Casies-Gsieser Tal. This procession at the end of summer sees decorated cows driven down from the high mountain pastures accompanied by local brass bands.
Treat yourself to tasty regional products at the Gsieser Bauernhof farm, such as the traditional Gsieser beef. A perfect little present purchased during your holiday in Val Casies-Gsieser Tal, Monguelfo-Welsberg and Tesido-Taisten is a hand-made wooden bowl to give to family and friends back home.
Castel-Welsperg with various events, such as art exhibitions and concerts in the garden
Gsieser Bauernhof selling homemade farm products
Ceremonial cattle drive and festivals with brass bands