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Holidays at Hotel Dominik Summer experiences around Bressanone

Enjoy some time out and explore the beauty of the Valle Isarco on endless hiking trails, adrenaline-packed bike trails or thrilling climbing tours.

Bike paths Cycling, mountain biking and free riding. For our guests the bike region South Tyrol offers plenty of variety, challenge and fun. Manifold mountain bike fun awaits you in the deep valleys, on the wide alpine plateaus and on the rocky area of the Dolomites. The mountain Plose is perfect for downhill biking. The best biking trails in the Valle Isarco can be reached comfortably by train or public bus network – Get on, reach the most popular biking area and start your bike experience.

For more relaxing and slow cycling you can enjoy long bike tours on the South Tyrolean cycling pats. Start from the old town of Bressanone and cycle along the river through the Valle Isarco to the popular Val Pusteria and end up your tour in Lienz in Austria. A 99 km long cycle path network extends from south to north – from Bolzano to the Brennero pass, so you can experience the diversity of the South Tyrolean natural and cultural landscape on two wheels.
More extensive bike paths can be found from Bressanone to Fiums over the picturesque apple plateau of Naz-Sciaves as well as from Bressanone to the mountain hut Santa Croce di Lazfons, on 2305 meters of altitude!
Hiking trails A holiday stay in the hiking region of South Tyrol is the best way to enjoy the warm Italian summer months, to breathe fresh mountain air and to recharge your batteries for the rest of the year. Bressanone and surroundings provide a wide and varied offer - for all hiking enthusiasts and mountain lovers, the green Valle Isarco guarantees the perfect mix of active holidays and pure pleasure in the Tyrolean mountains and mountain huts.

Jogging and Nordic walking in the valley near the river Isarco, stroll on the colorful flowery meadows of the surrounding villages, dander among the vines and apple trees on the apple high plateau and hike up the slopes to the low mountain range of Valle Isarco. Experience true adventures in the high alpine regions, on the vie ferrate in the Dolomites and by rock and ice climbing - even in the summer months. The mountain Plose in Bressanone offers relaxing walks, high-mountain paths and ambitious hikes, beyond the most impressive panorama – from the Dolomites through the Zillertal in Austria and the Alps of Val Sarentino.
Climbing Enthusiastic climbers have reached the optimal holiday spot in the city of Bressanone in the Valle Isarco. The peaks of the Alps and the Dolomites are ideal for mountaineering and offer numerous routes for experienced climbers as well as vie ferrate for beginners. Our guests will also find the best adventure destinations in the immediate vicinity of Bressanone - the high ropes course in Funes offers climbing and high-altitude fun for everyone and enthusiastic rope climbers will find plenty of space for training and exhausting themselves in the climbing course Mahr near the centre of Bressanone.

The “Vertikale” Climbing Hall, newly opened in 2012 in the centre of Bressanone's old town, is the exclusive and modern place for sporty active holidaymakers. Climbers of all ages and levels will feel comfortable in the climbing and bouldering hall as well as in the outdoor area, with a total of 1550 m² of adventure area.
The town of Bressanone Situated at 560 m above sea level, the idyllic town Bressanone offers the perfect mix of pure mountain experience and the best highlights of Italian lifestyle. Bressanone is especially noted for its historical relevance as the oldest town in Tyrol and bishop’s see since 901. Culture lovers will feel at home here - the Diocesan Museum with Imperial Palace, the Pharmacy Museum, the Cathedral and the adjacent Novacella Monastery are historic sights which every tourist should get to know. A visit to one of the numerous vineyards and orchards make the exploration program perfect and provides insights into South Tyrolean tradition and culture. Enjoy the warm summer evenings and take a drink under the arcades of the many restaurants and bars in the romantic old town and experience the weekly street festival “Bressanone Summer Feelings” in July and August, with lots of music, culinary delights and entertainment in a unique setting.
During the winter months the medieval old town of Bressanone turns into an enchanted place with lit-up streets, inviting cafés, fine restaurants and plenty of winter entertainment – from concerts to performances and of course the distinctive Christmas Market. The wintry city setting, framed by the surrounding snow-covered mountains and the romantic view of the Valle Isarco villages offer an unforgettable winter experience in South Tyrol.
Archaeological trail In the 5th century B.C. there was an extensive Rhaetian settlement in Stufels, bordered to the north by a mighty wall and to the south by the rivers Rienza and Isarco, which flow together here. It was the capital of the Isarci tribe, who probably settled here. The typical Rhaetian dwellings were located close together and many fragments can still be seen.
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