Footprints in the sand may disappear – footprints in your heart will never be forgotten. The land of mountains presents:
According to the ADAC leisure album, the Dietenheim Folk Museum is one of the most beautiful open-air museums in Europe. It gives you insight into old farmhouses and craft shops from times gone by and presents you with all types of old farmhouses and farmland. This is South Tyrolean country traditions displayed in the most authentic way possible.
Castle Bruneck is home to Reinhold Messner’s museum MMM – Messner Mountain Museum RIPA, and offers you all there is to know about mountain people.
Fishing enthusiasts will enjoy the Sportfischerei Tara or fly-fishing in Mühlwald or the River Ahr.
Pharmaceutical Museum Brixen: 400 years of pharmaceutical history... Very interesting for lay people, as well as experts in the field.
Get a taste of the ... Augustine Canons in Neustift. The monastery is still in use and one of the largest facilities in Tyrol. It is especially worthwhile visiting the Roman church, which was transformed into Baroque style in 1742. Check out the Gothic cloisters with valuable frescoes, the fountain marked with the eights wonders of the world (the 8th being Neustift itself), the Rococo style library, as well as the herb harden and the monastery wine cellars.
The town of Sterzing is home to the Hunting & Fishing Museum, as well as the Gilfenklamm, the only marble stone canyon in Europe.
An excursion to Bozen/Bolzano, the provincial capital with its fruit market, the porticos, the Ötzi Museum, Waltherplatz and other attractions should definitely be on your to-do list.