A holiday in Merano/Meran varied, relaxing, indulgent

Spending a holiday in Merano/Meran is a really great thing for many reasons. The Mediterranean climate, Alpine mountain scenery, charming flair and South Tyrolean traditions are just a few of these. Merano/Meran has plenty of parks and walking paths that simply invite you to spend lots of time outdoors – the Kurpromenade, Tappeinerweg, Sisi Park, the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle and numerous Waalwege, irrigation channel routes, can be found in and around Merano/Meran.

In the old town with its romantic arcade lanes there are countless sights like the Merano/Meran parish church, the Kunst Meran art gallery, the Women's Museum or the Princes' Castle. Old traditions are also kept alive here in the town, for example the Merano/Meran grape festival, the Grand Prix of Merano/Meran Forst (horse race) or the traditional Christmas market during advent.

The restaurant trade is cosmopolitan and creative. From Mediterranean delicacies to traditional South Tyrolean dishes, you can find everything the heart desires here to make your holiday in Merano/Meran special. After indulging in fine food, let the shopping tour through Merano/Meran begin. The huge variety of outlets extends from luxurious boutiques to small, really special shops with handmade fashion or self-designed bags.

You can then chill out at Terme Merano/Therme Meran, which is situated right opposite the Art Nouveau building of the Merano/Meran Kurhaus, where the Merano WineFestival and Merano/Meran Music Weeks take place every year. One recreational area that is very easy to reach is Merano/Meran 2000 – a hiking paradise for the whole family in summer, a skiing area for the young and old in the winter, which provides variety for your holiday in Merano/Meran.

- Kurhaus

- Merano theater

- Touriseum

- St. Nicholas Parish Church

- Tappeinerweg

- The Gardens of Trattmansdorff Castle

- Princes' Castle

- Laubengasse

- Kunst Meran

- Tirol Castle