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Deadline for booking:  15 december 2008 

For reservations contact Mrs Karin at Tourist information of Sterzing: +39 0472 765325
www.vipiteno.com or  www.sterzing.com  

 

STERZING & SURROUNDINGS

Founded by the Fugger family, the historic town of Sterzing today charms its visitors with a combination of medieval flair and modern charm. Nestled between the nearby villages of Freienfeld and Pfitsch, Sterzing is a sparkling jewel in the heart of a stunning landscape dominated by untouched alpine meadows and forests, traditional mountain huts and impressive glaciers. Sterzing is a perfect example of how town and country can merge and complement each other in the most wonderful way.


 Sterzing  
  The town of Sterzing was founded in the Middle Ages by the Fugger family and has retained until today its irresistible romantic and artistic charm. Lying at 948m above sea level, Sterzing is the main town of the southern Wipp Valley and has a population of 5,800. This small alpine town, which once served as a refuge for kings and emperors, is today a sparkling jewel rich in ancient art, boasting in particular numerous wonderful bay windows as well as elegant boutiques.
   
 Freienfeld  
  Freienfeld is located a few kilometres south of Sterzing and was not founded until 1928 when the independent communes of Stilfes, Trens and Mauls were merged to create the commune of Freienfeld. The most famous part of Freienfeld is without doubt the Maria Trens pilgrimage centre. Freienfeld lies 940 m above sea level, nestled in the midst of a breathtaking landscape. Thanks to its central location, the commune is the perfect base for excursions both into the surrounding area as well as further afield.
   
 Pfitsch  
  Pfitsch is one of the most northerly communes in Italy and lies close to the border with neighbouring Austria. The main agglomeration of the commune is the village of Wiesen which is located at the entrance to the 23 km-long Pfitsch Valley. Surrounded by imposing mountains of 3,000m and more, the high alpine Pfitsch Valley is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the untouched nature. During the winter months, the valley is the ideal place for cross-country skiing while in summer the area blossoms into a haven for hikers.
   

Winter Activity

 

Mountain guide

Hanspeter Eisendle...  »» more  

 

 Ladurns Ski Area

 Ladurns  Ski area in the valley of Pflersch...  »» more

 

Rosskopf area

Sterzing’s sun terrace...  »» more

Other Sport and Leisure Facilities

Ice-run, swimming, Sauna, snow shoe hikes...  »» more
 

Cross-Country Skiing

100 km of trails, the region around Sterzing is perfect for the cross-country skiing enthusiast...  »» more  

 

Tobogganing

Tobogganing is becoming more and more popular with all of our guests, young and old...  »» more

 

Ratschings Ski Area

ratschings ski area only 20 minutes remofes from sterzing...  »» more

GETTING HERE

The easiest and most comfortable way of reaching Sterzing is by car. However, regardless of which mode of transport you use to get to Sterzing and the surrounding region, we wish you a safe and pleasant journey and a wonderful, relaxing stay in the Sterzing holiday region its neighbouring valleys.

Tourist Information Office

STERZING FREIENFELD, WIESEN-PFITSCH
Stadtplatz 3
I-39049 STERZING (BZ) • SÜDTIROL (South Tyrol)
Italy
Tel. +39 0472 765 325
Fax +39 0472 765 441
E-Mail:

Arriving by car:
... 210 km from Munich
... 530 km from Vienna
... 210 km from Verona

Arriving by train:
There are frequent rail connections to Sterzing.
Italian Railway Service
Austrian Railway Service
German Railway Service
Swiss Railway Service

Arriving by plane:
The closest airports to Sterzing are located in Bozen/Bolzano and Innsbruck.
Bozen/Bolzano: Tel. +39 0471 254070          Innsbruck: Tel. +43 0512 22525-161


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