Your very own nature-culture-foodie haven
A new morning has dawned: Well rested, you gaze out the window of your favourite room and see: golden autumn leaves, snow-covered mountain peaks, colourful heralds of spring, and lush green vineyards. Magda is there for you all year round and our region’s nature provides new highlights every month – you’ve got to see for yourself.
A 25-minute drive separates Magdalener Hof from Obereggen Ski Center Latemar (111km of pistes) and Carezza Dolomites Ski Area (40 km of pistes, 100km of hiking trails) on the slopes of Catinaccio/Rosengarten. What else awaits you? The world’s largest ski carousel, Dolomiti Superski, as well as guaranteed snow from December to April and great views of the Dolomites. Tobogganing, snow-shoe hiking, cross-country skiing – everything that snow has to offer awaits you in South Tyrol. Alternative programme? We have you! From the end of November to the beginning of January, the most beautiful Christmas markets adorn the historic old towns of Bolzano, Meran, and Brixen.
In and around Bolzano, spring comes earlier, nature is more colourful, and the sun shines a little warmer than anywhere else in South Tyrol. The city’s vines are budding, the magnolias are in bloom, and the event calendar is full to bursting. This is the time of lush landscapes, cycling trips, cultural highlights, and balmy evenings on our terrace – spring in Bolzano makes your soul come alive.
Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See, Laghi di Monticolo/Montiggler Seen, Ritten’s sunny high plateau, Catinaccio/Rosengarten, the Dolomites – in summer, South Tyrol transforms into a boundless adventure playground. After experiences in nature, what we consider the most beautiful garden in Bolzano awaits you: a dip in the pool, moments in the here and now, and the feeling of being at home – perfectly refreshed, you immerse yourself in the cultural hustle and bustle of Bolzano and surroundings. Regional and international art exhibitions, food festivals, international live acts, traditional Alpine celebrations, and historic old town festivals – experience the mix of cultures.
Harvest time in South Tyrol. Colours that blend so harmoniously together that it's hard to tell where one stops and the next begins . Also: arguably the best distant views of the year, mild temperatures, and the knowledge that you are never too old to jump into a rustling pile of leaves. And Törggelen, a lively South Tyrolean tradition: with young wine, roasted chestnuts, and traditional sounds. Another thing we love: strolling through Bolzano’s historic old town. To go with it, we have some insider tips for you. Have a look and discover all the beauty.