My Guide Alto Adige - Südtirol

Experience South Tyrol with all your senses

Cities & Culture

Cities arouse interest and experience a renaissance as a form of life and culture. City trips are the most popular form of short trips, mostly in connection with cultural offers. The holiday destination South Tyrol counts eight cities, including trading towns, the bishop's town of Brixen and the spa town of Merano.

Wellness & Relaxation

Relaxing on holiday as a counterpoint to everyday stress, having time for yourself, overcoming everyday life, doing something for your health, enjoying the moment and perceiving the surroundings more consciously, enjoying an authentic holiday, doing what the locals do.

Skiing and winter

Perfectly groomed slopes and modern lifts are a prerequisite for an adventure day on skis. South Tyrol offers these conditions at the highest level. This is confirmed again and again by regular guest surveys. South Tyrol also offers other sports such as winter hiking, cross-country skiing, touring skiing, tobogganing and much more.

Eating & Drinking

Pleasure and taste as well as regionality are expressions of a modern eating culture. Regional products and typical dishes, excellent wines, fresh spring water and healthy juices are expected.


Demanding trail in the terrain, winding pass road or pleasure bike tour for the whole family. An extensive network of cycle paths of all kinds makes cycling in South Tyrol a very special experience. Explore South Tyrol on two wheels, no matter if you cycle through the Vinschgau, the South Tyrolean Wine Route or the Pustertal Valley, South Tyrol promises riding fun for adventurers and pleasure cyclists.


Impressive mountains, extensive alpine meadows or walls along the river, South Tyrol is diverse and offers the right hike for everyone. Hiking in South Tyrol means well-maintained and signposted paths and a culinary experience in the middle of the mountains.

About us

The staff at the tourist information offices in South Tyrol collect information of relevance to tourism on a daily basis, enter it into a central database via a database system - the Tic Web - and update it on an ongoing basis. The system is managed, maintained and further developed by the South Tyrol Tourism Association (LTS). This means that up-to-date information on accommodation facilities, gastronomy, events, activities, POIs and holiday packages is always available first-hand and from a reliable source. We make this current information available on this web page to the interested South Tyrol guest. Detailed information can be obtained from the information offices in the holiday resorts.