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Events for wine lovers

Bolzano Wine Tasting

Next edition: March 2021
170 and more labels of red wine, white wine, rosé and sparkling wine are waiting to be tasted by wine lovers or simply curious from many regions in the beautiful location of Castle Mareccio.

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Wine cellar night

Next edition: June 2021
This legendary event at the South Tyrol Wine Road celebrates South Tyrol wine culture with art and culinary delights. A functional shuttle service is at the disposal of participants of this nightly tour of wine cellars. The wineries from Bolzano till Salorno await wine lovers at the legendary Wine Cellar Night. From 5 pm to midnight the wineries will open their doors and spoil visitors with culinary delights, music, and excellent wines. A chat with the wine grower, getting to know new people and culinary highlights make the evening a special experience.

For further information please visit www.suedtiroler-weinstrasse.it

Calici di Stelle / Lorenzinacht

Next edition: August 2021
Everyone can taste the new wine along the beautiful Portici street. Sommeliers and South Tyrolean farmers will be proud to give you all additional information about local wines and its production.

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St. Magdalener Culinarium

September 2020
An appointment not to be missed for all wine lovers: discover the wine region of St. Magdalena, meet the producers and experience a whole day of St. Magdalena wines.

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Bolzano: the gateway to the Dolomites

The Dolomites are a set of mountain ranges of exceptional natural beauty and encompass three regions: Trentino South Tyrol, Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia. In 2009, the UNESCO inscribed the Dolomites in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Pale Mountains have been rewarded with the highest worldwide distinction for a natural site for its extraordinary scenic beauty and its unique geological significance. The Dolomites are indeed renowned for their great variety of spectacular vertical shapes, such as pinnacles, spires, towers and the contrasting colors of the white peaks and the surrounding green forests and hills. Admiring the spectacular peaks and panoramas, you will immediately understand the need to protect and preserve the breathtaking "dolomitic landscape". 

The astonishing dolomitic landscape developed in the Triassic (about 250 million years ago) from the deposit of shells, corals and algae in the sea. Following the transformation of sediments into rocks, the collision between Europe and Africa caused the lifting of the beautiful and magnificent mountains. The name "Dolomites" comes from its calcareous rock called "Dolomite” after the French scientist Déodat de Dolomieu, who analyzed for the first time its particular chemical composition (carbonates of calcium and magnesium) in the 18th century. Thanks to its special composition, the white rocks shine in fantastic gold, pink, orange, red and purple lights at dusk and dawn. The natural phenomenon called Enrosadira, the Alpenglow, is traditionally linked to many tales, the best known being the legend of King Laurin and his rose garden.

Four out of the nine systems of the Dolomites are located in South Tyrol:

  • Northern Dolomites
  • Puez-Odle / Puez-Geisler
  • Sciliar-Catinaccio / Schlern-Rosengarten, Latemar
  • Bletterbach

Dolomites UNESCO Geotrail

Discover the origins of the Dolomites through the Dolomites UNESCO Geotrail!

176 kilometers along spectacular trails connecting 19 geological sites to immerse yourself into the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site. A unique experience discovering the Dolomite’s origins.  

In our tourist office you can buy the Dolomites UNESCO Geotrail hiking guide.

Discover the stunning dolomitic landscape close to Bolzano, the gateway to the Dolomites!

Bolzano Bozen Magazine

The bm - Bolzano Bozen Magazine comes out 3 times a year: in spring, summer and autumn/winter. Since 2019 it has a new look and new contents. It is distribuited for free in Bolzano's hotel and at the Tourist Office. The 2020 editions has been updated with new interesting stories about Bolzano and surroundings, in particular about San Genesio / Jenesien, Appiano / Eppan and Renon / Ritten.

Download the PDF version by clicking on the image or browse it online by clicking here.

2020

BM 3 2020   BM 1 2020   BM 1 2020 

2019

BM 3 2019   BM 2 2019   BM 1 2019