Excursion destinations

Welsberg & Hochpustertal

Welsperg Castle

Welsperg Castle is a beautiful destination that is also easy to reach – practically a must for every holidaymaker to Welsberg. The well-preserved castle can be visited from July to September, and is possibly one of the most beautiful cultural monuments in the Pustertal.

Taistner Alm & Georgskirche

A hike to the Taistner Alm (alp) is imperative both in summer and winter, and a guided tour of the romantic St. George’s Church is a must for all culture enthusiasts.

On the trail of Paul Troger

Paul Troger, Austrian Baroque painter, was born in Welsberg as the son of a sacristan and tailor on 30 October 1698. His “Troger blue” is to date still captivating. The tour begins at the house where he was born, then proceeds to the Parish Church, where three of his works adorn the altar, and finally sweeps you away to further stops throughout the charming village of Welsberg.

Bruneck – city of culture

There’s always something going on in Bruneck, culture-wise: Why not attend one of the high-calibre classical summer concerts – especially wonderful in the charming ambience of the Ragenhaus concert hall. The narrow streets of Bruneck are the perfect invitation for a good wander.

Lake Antholz

This idyllic mountain lake is the third-biggest in South Tyrol, and makes for a very popular destination due to its enchanting location in the Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park in the Antholzertal.

Schaukäserei Waldsamerhof

This is the smallest cheese dairy (with demos) in South Tyrol, where you can experience up close how milk is processed into cheese, then sample the home-made products.

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