Merano is rich in must-see landmarks, from medieval city gates to the Tappeiner Promenade and castles such as Trauttmansdorff, with its botanical gardens, and the city’s Princely Castle, which was a residence of Archduke Sigismund of Austria. Also popular is the ancient Ortenstein tower, as well as the Gothic St. Nicholas Church and the St. Barbara’s Chapel, both built in the 15th century, while the Steinerner Steg stone bridge, dating from the 17th century, crosses the Passer River, which itself is home to the arched Wandelhalle with its famous waterside promenades.
VRN - Verona Villafranca Airport
Nearest train station
Merano Train Station
Spa & Recreation
Panorama infinite pool, sun room, Mediterranean garden
Food & Drink
Hotel has a direct link to Hidalgo Mother House, with more than 600 selected labels, as well as to Aomi, which offers up special Wagyu and Kobe beef.
This rich province nestled in the Dolomites is a trip for the senses: being suspended among the clouds; the rustle of towering forests; the scent of hearty yet inventive cuisine; and the joy of the locals who know they have it good.