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It has been two years since my first encounter with Alto Adige, and I’m so glad to be back! This region is not only famous for its amazing wine culture, but also for the beauty of its peaks and the specialized spa towns. In this article, I would like to share some absolute must-do's with you. Even if you are only spending a few days in Alto Adige, these tips will help you make the most out of your visit for a unique experience! Alto

Let me introduce you to an Italian wine region you probably haven't heard from: Alto Adige or South Tyrol. Alto Adige (in German Südtirol) is one of the smallest wine regions in Italy, but thanks to its geographical location at the intersection between the Alps and the Mediterranean, as well as the point where the German and Italian traditions meet, it is also one of the most multifaceted. If you are a fan of Italian wines and if you are looking for elegance in your wine

Spending the night in the midst of an Alto Adige winegrowing zone and getting to know fascinating winegrowers: that’s what makes a vacation in the Alto Adige Wine Hotels so unique and exciting. In the Vinum Hotels of Alto Adige, wine lovers and true connoisseurs are offered authentic wine experiences that satisfy the most demanding of palates. All 29 Vinum Hotels are situated within renowned Alto Adige winegrowing zones, where the Mediterranean South meets the Alpine North and international wine history has been written. The

Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin once wrote in his ‘The Physiology of Taste’ (1825)": “a meal without wine is like a day without sunshine”. This reflects perfectly how the inhabitants of Alto Adige live their life. Lovers of food and wine, I hereby present you 3 mouth-watering food-spots in Alto Adige! Vineyard Lunch at the historic farm Seehofkeller In autumn, the restaurant Seehofkeller organizes special lunches in the middle of its vineyards from the 16th century! Long tables filled with delicious local dishes await you, while in the back

Good food and good wine combined with sunshine and mountains? It almost sounds too good to be true. Food & wine lovers, I just scheduled something in your agenda! Every two years, Bolzano organizes its famous South Tyrol Gourmet Festival or Genuss Festival of Südtirol. Write it down on your bucket list, because you don't want to miss this party! During this festival, the medieval city center turns into a world of pleasures: colorful market stands, people dressed in authentic costumes (they even elect an

Cozy settled between impressive dolomites, Bolzano is a wonderful city and enchants every visitor with its medieval city center. We had the opportunity to visit this capital of South Tyrol with a couple of other adventurous and curious bloggers. Travelers: if you decide to explore South Tyrol or even the North of Italy, please promise me you’ll visit Bolzano. Even though the city is in the North of Italy, the micro climate guarantees 300 days of sunshine a year! Or as much as most