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This work was crafted by the Association of Floriculturists of South Tyrol on commission of the Bolzano Tourist Board and under the patronage of the City of Bolzano. It is an auspicious floral welcome to fellow citizens of Bolzano and guests of the city. A symbol of Bolzano's deep connection to nature and its great tradition. One of these expressions is still today the activity of dozens of flower gardens within the urban fabric.

Jenesien/San Genesio in the snow. Real holidays for real people.

That Bolzano is establishing itself as a centre of culinary excellence may still surprise some visitors. In the historic city centre the city's vibrant restaurant scene has expanded.

The Ritten/Renon highplateau awaits, with its family-orientated and skiing areas, replete with fine dining on the Horn of Ritten. Gentle, expansive slopes, idyllic sun-drenched winter landscapes.

Eppanadvent: making Christmas traditions live is a challenge right now, one that the Eppan/Appiano Tourism Association puts its heart and soul into.

It is impossible to imagine a better location: on the hill of St. Magdalena, on the sunny south-facing slope, surrounded by vineyards with its view over Bolzano. This is Eberlehof, one of the historical farm holdings that dot this area. It’s just a little more than a kilometre from the centre of Bolzano, accessible by foot, if a little climb is not beyond your reach.

Bolzano recently became Italy's first gold environmental municipality. And rightly so.

Age-old South Tyrolean agricultural tradition meets state-of-theart wine production. Bolzano has an ancient connection with wine, one that still infuses the urban fabric, with a number of vineyards on the surrounding slopes that penetrate the urban space.

From the Gries Music Society to today's Gries Civic Band. A 200-year journey with plenty of milestones.

The rebirth of South Tyrol's regional airport in Bolzano with Skyalps’ fleet and enthusiasm. For Josef Gostner - president of Skyalps and local entrepreneur - Bolzano is a gateway to the world.

A tour of the urban sights is as much a part of any city break as ice cream is to summer, along with chance conversations with locals have their own special charm. A conversation with a seasoned city guide.

South Tyrol’s capital is full of architectural Jewels that weave a tangled story: discovering the city’s five quarters neighbourhoods, on foot and by bike.