what to do....
... whether hiking or mountain climbing
... whether lazing by the pool or exploring the surrounding area full of energy
... whether capturing the South Tyrolean mountain roads by bike or motorcycle
... whether visiting museums or shopping in Merano and Bolzano
... make your holiday a memorable experience
The Burgraviato district does not only offer great holiday fun thanks to an extensive cultural and leisure program, but also provides a series of well priced transport options that visitors may benefit from when travelling through the area of Lana.
BusCard for the Merano area
For only 9,00 € the local BusCard for the Merano area connects the cities of Merano and Lana with their surroundings. Valid for 7 days.
The BusCard is available in all tourist offices in the Merano area.
Whether you are making a trip to the next city or a rustic valley, planning walking tours to and from different destinations or simply enjoying the landscape - a MobilCard could be your cheap companion when exploring South Tyrol!
Ask for the MobilCard at the ticket boxes of the South Tyrolean traffic association (Südtiroler Verkehrsverbund) or at regional tourist offices. Some restaurants sell the MobilCard, too.
|Prices||Adults||Junior (6 - 13,99 years)|
|3 days South Tyrol||€ 23,00||€ 11,50|
|7 days South Tyrol||€ 28,00||€ 14,00|
Time tables and information about the MobilCard can be found on www.mobilcard.info.
From the mountain station of the railway San Vigilio you take the way nr. 34 which brings you to the church of San Vigilio. On the way nr. 9 you go ahead to the Lago Nero (Black lake), near the inn "Seespitz". For the returning way you take the way nr. 7, which brings you back to the mountain station of the railway.
The outdoor movie theatre is at the top of Rotsteinkogel, high above the Merano Valley Basin: there is free entrance, nobody munching popcorn loudly next to you, and no screen. There is, however, around-the-clock programming featuring constantly shifting, weather-dependent gradations, and fantastic views over the Val d’Adige/Etschtal.
The word Knott means rock in South Tyrol: the “cinema” on the Knotten is made of 40 chairs mounted to the ground under the stars. In one of the armchairs, you can watch - depending on how tempestuous the weather is - the stunning scenery of the outdoor theatre until the sun finally sets.
Welcome to the blooming Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle, where over eighty garden worlds with plants from every corner of the globe are nestled into a dramatic twelve-hectare amphitheatre. With Trauttmansdorff Castle towering above, the sun-kissed resort town of Merano below, and spectacular views of mountains everywhere you turn, the Gardens will sweep you into an exotic Mediterranean world.