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Spring with Dolomites view! Numerous hiking paths in the South and East Tyrolean Val Pusteria and its tributary valleys invite to spend time in nature which just comes out of hibernation. The sun already warms and let us dream of the near summer, while in the higher located skiing areas snow-white slopes still provide best conditions for the last downhill runs.

Spring holidays: 2 suggestions from 95 €    

The Val Pusteria is probably one of the most popular valleys in the Alps. It stretches between Bressanone and Lienz and is located mostly in South Tyrol, partly in the Austrian East Tyrol. From the Dolomites to Mt. Grossglockner, from Lake Braies to Lake Dobbiaco, from Mt. Plan de Corones to the Three Peaks of Lavaredo - the magic nature waits to be discovered!

Summer holidays: 5 suggestions from 108 €    

Autumn in the Val Pusteria is gorgeous, when the woods start to turn yellow and red! The cattle return from the mountain pastures, and at the famous Stegona Market and the harvest festivals the whole valley is celebrating. The still warm sun can be enjoyed on hikes and slow paced walks in autumnal nature. This time of the year has a particular flair in this valley…

Autumn holidays: 9 suggestions from 85 €    

Skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing or a cosy horse-drawn carriage ride - the Val Pusteria and its tributary valleys in South and East Tyrol offer plenty of possibilities in winter. The numerous skiing areas are a real paradise for winter sports lovers, but also for those who seek peace and quiet the valley offers rest and relaxation with view on the Dolomites.

Winter holidays: 10 suggestions from 71 €    

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  1. Three Peaks as seen from above

    Three Peaks as seen from above

  2. Lake Braies

    Lake Braies

  3. Woodcarving in the Aurina Valley

    Woodcarving in the Aurina Valley

  4. San Candido

    San Candido

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