Italy’s best-kept secret, the northernmost South Tyrol region is a unique blend of culture and landscape, with some striking places to visit. Here are six…
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The area is so rich in trails that choosing which one to tackle first is difficult.
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The 2019 Südtirol Drei Zinnen Alpine Run, to be held on Saturday 14 September, will be race #6 in the World Mountain Running Association’s annual World Cup.
Head for the hills as The Ranch Malibu pops up in the Italian Dolomites…
Cradled by snow-capped peaks and carpeted by tranquil forests and lush Alpine meadows chiming with cowbells, South Tyrol offers a natural theatre basking in a Mediterranean climate — and an intriguing mix of landscapes, culinary traditions and cultures…
Each day, you’ll ski a different resort and have lunch in the type of rustic, postcard-perfect eatery that commands an Instagram.
Once described by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier as ‘the most beautiful buildings in the world’, the Dolomite mountains in northeastern Italy were declared a UNESCO world heritage site only a decade ago. Hemmed in by these mountains lies the province of South Tyrol. This region was part of Austria until the aftermath of the First World War, and the area remains distinctly Teutonic to this day.