Celebrating in the alleys of Neumarkt
Medieval alleys and intertwined roads, around it the stately mansions with large yards and oriels … This spectacle awaits travelers who come to Neumarkt on the wine road. The romantic market village is known today as the cultural center of the South of South Tyrol. The village is ideal for romantic strolls, rambles and get-togethers in the cozy cafés or inns. A museum for everyday-culture shows every day-objects taken from civil life; the Peter-Ganell-House offers regular art exhibitions.
One of the most beautiful Gothic buildings in Tyrol is the “Church Our Lady” from the 15th century. South of the village lies “Klösterle”, a former accommodation for pilgrims, today it holds a museum. Among the highlights of the cultural life in Neumarkt is “the long aperitif of Neumarkt” and the summer festivals in the village. On those nights the closeness to the hotels in Neumarkt appears especially attractive.
Hiking through nature park Trudner Horn
A wide net of hiking and cycle paths leads through the characteristic landscape of the South of South Tyrol and connect Neumarkt with the surrounding villages Auer and Salurn and the cities of Leifers, Bozen and Meran. The Mazoner-Walk leads to the remains of Castle Caldiff near Mazon.
Around it vineyards, cypresses, cedars and pine-trees frame the roads and lead also to the nature park Trudner Horn, one of the most diverse regions in South Tyrol. The “Nature Car Park” in Truden introduces visitors to the diverse animal and plant world of the park.
Those who prefer to go around on bike, find here a cycle path along the former panoramic railway leading to the valley of Fleims. The South Tyrolean cycle path brings bikers to Salurn or further and to the cities of Bozen and even Meran. Also the Lake Kalterersee in Kaltern and the Lakes of Montiggl are reachable on the saddle and promise refreshment on a hot summer day. If you would like to join the celebrations, find here the best hotels in Neumarkt on the wine road in the South of South Tyrol.