Visitors interested in culture will be pleased to know that traditions and customs continue to play an important role in Valle Anterselva-Antholzertal. Even small villages in the region, which once struggled to survive, maintain celebrations and practices passed down through the generations over many centuries.
Monuments of historical interest such as the Rasner Brücke, the Altrasen and Neurasen ruins and Bunker Nr. 7 can also be found in Valle Anterselva-Antholzertal.
And, of course, there are many traditional festivals held throughout the year such as the processions in September bringing cows back down into the valley from the high summer pastures as well as long-held Catholic rituals.
Those who want to sample local produce from Valle Anterselva-Antholzertal can do so on a visit to Steiner in Rasen, a family-run butcher selling fine meat and the famous dried bacon ("Speck") from South Tyrol. There is also a selection of good restaurants and mountain huts in the region serving local delicacies.