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South Tyrol / Bolzano cycle map Bikeline STIR Bikeline | 9783850007474

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Bozen – Brixen – Bruneck – Eisacktal – Meran – Pustertal – Sarntal – Ultental (Bolzano –Bressanone – Brunico – Valle Isarco – Merano – Val Pusteria –Valle Sarentino –Val d’Ultimo The autonomous, Italian province of South Tyrol is located in the dual region of Trentino-South Tyrol (Alto Adige ). There are probably only a few regions in Europe where such different conditions prevail in terms of fauna and flora. In this natural paradise it is easy to find the right bike tour. Because from flat family tours to tours that can only be mastered by sporty cyclists or e-bike riders, you can find everything in South Tyrol. The extremely appealing landscape with the scattered villages, the culinary delights, the fresh morning air in the mountains, the panorama of the Dolomites – this mountain range has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009 – and the friendly people make a cycling holiday in South Tyrol a real experience. The beautiful South Tyrolean Vinschgau knows how to please with sublime castles on the slopes, idyllic villages and shimmering green fruit tree plantations. You can visit numerous sights such as the church tower of Graun or the Marienberg monastery in Burgusio. The well-known and famous Meran has over 39,000 inhabitants today, making it the second largest city in South Tyrol. It is quite lively in the lively little town, half of whose inhabitants are German or half Italian-speaking. Bolzano, the capital of South Tyrol, is one of the most important attractions in the Adige Valley and south of it the largest mountain lake in the country, the Kalterer See, awaits you for a refreshing swim. The famous wine route takes you to Trentino. Vipiteno, the northernmost city in Italy, and the former Fortezza Castle are located in the Eisack Valley. The city of Bruneck, which is well worth seeing, is the cultural heart of the Puster Valley. The holiday resort of Dobbiaco lies at the foot of the unique Dolomites. Cycling on the Adige cycle path or the Via Claudia Augusta between Reschenpass and Trentino is an indescribable travel experience: breathtaking alpine panoramas, glacier-colored mountain lakes, flowering fruit trees or bright red apple-covered orchards - depending on the season. The flair of the small towns on your way through the most important cities in South Tyrol, Meran and Bolzano, becomes more and more southern. The descent on the Munich-Venezia long-distance cycle path from the Brenner Pass to South Tyrol leads down the former railway line into the Eisack Valley - later the long-distance cycle path branches off into the Puster Valley. Many other long-distance cycle paths and regional routes let you experience the valleys and heights of South Tyrol. Cycle paths and routes with information about surface and traffic density. Selected street names. Precise gradient and distance information. Selection of the most important tourist information. Waterproof and tear-resistant paper. Thoroughly researched and permanently updated. With the cartographic route information you can start your trip confidently, because all the necessary information is already compiled for you: road surface (paved or unpaved), traffic density, hill slopes, distance information tourist infrastructure such as inns and lodging establishments, as well as the cultural and scenic attractions of the region.


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