Food and drinks

Also from a culinary viewpoint, the Val Pusteria has got several delights to offer. Holidays as real treat for your palate

South Tyrol is particularly famous for its traditional cuisine. Many South Tyrolean delicacies have its origins in Val Pusteria. In the time when people were mainly working in agriculture at their own farm, numerous traditional dishes emerged, which were later on passed on from generation to generation. Still today this food is popular and served not only on certain occasions.

Taste some delicious “Tirtlan”, “Krapfen” or “Ingsaante Niggelen”… don’t miss this treat for your palate.

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