Untouched nature, the impressive Dolomites and remarkable opportunities for outdoor adventures – this is South Tyrol. The northernmost province of Italy is the region where Austria and Italy come together to combine the best of both countries in South Tyrol.
The Best of Austria and Italy - South Tyrol
Although South Tyrol has been an Italian province and a German-speaking region of Italy since the First World War there is still a lot of Austrian cultural heritage to be found. About 70% of all South Tyroleans speak German and even road signs are written in two or sometimes even three languages (Italian, German and Ladin – an almost extinct language with roots in Latin language).
Here cultural diversity and stunning nature is combined. In small valleys in between the breathtaking Trentino dolomites you can find all the peace and tranquility you could wish for. This is the Austria Italy Alpine region at its best, where delightful restaurants, exquisite wineries and cozy accommodations are scattered throughout the landscape. A perfect mixture of Mediterranean landscape and Tyrolean peaks.
Meet the impressive Dolomites!
The fabulous Trentino Dolomites offer all kind of activities for outdoor enthusiasts.
The Tre Cime (Drei Zinnen) is one of the most popular landmarks in the South Tyrol Dolomites and the surrounding are offers some of the most scenic and popular hiking in South Tyrol. In winter your can explore this beautiful part of the Trentino Dolomites on snow-shoes, skis or cross-country skis. Another South Tyrol gem is found at Sella Ronda, where over 26 miles of amazing downhill ski trails await you. If you visit South Tyrol in summer Sella Ronda offers unsurpassed road cycling and there are also excellent walking, trekking and hiking trails in this section of the beautiful Austria Italy Alpine region.
If you can dream it you can do it! Contact Da Capo right now to start planning your guided bus tour and adventure holiday in South Tyrol.
from 29.05.19 to 02.07.19
Lago di Garda is a very special itinerary. It is focused on showcasing the natural beauty and historic sites of Lake Garda and Verona, timed to coincide with the celebration of Ascension Day on the 30th of May 2019.