What to see in Val Pusteria, what to do when it rains, summer excursions, itinerary of the main places of interest to visit on holiday, among enchanting landscapes and natural parks.
Val Pusteria is a valley in the Eastern Alps, extended between Bressanone, in South Tyrol, and Lienz, in East Tyrol Austria, for a length of about 100 km.
In this beautiful territory there are various locations, framed by enchanting landscapes, which offer the opportunity to live in contact with nature throughout the year.
Holidays in Val Pusteria are highly appreciated by those who love hiking in the summer or playing snow sports in the winter.
There are various craft shops dedicated to the art of woodworking and weaving, typical crafts of these Dolomite areas.
We remember the villages of Dobbiaco, also called the gateway to the Dolomites, and Brunico, the capital of the valley, characterized by its interesting historical center where, during the Christmas period, the suggestive Christmas market takes place, characterized by a romantic atmosphere and gastronomic specialties of all kinds.
To visit during the summer the Sesto, Fanes, Vedrette di Ries-Aurina and Puez-Odle natural parks.
Val Pusteria also has a remarkable historical and artistic heritage that is worth discovering, including churches, museums and monuments that complete the tourist offer of this area, suitable to satisfy the tastes of any type of visitor who wants to try to spend some vacation day in a perfect natural setting.