There are plenty of things to be discovered in the Puster Valley: the Dolomites - UNESCO World Nature Heritage site, deep-blue alpine lakes, historic theatres of war, idyllic viewpoints, alpine pastures, trails, castles and much more.
Our excursion tips:
- The museum in Villabassa in the Wassermann House gives you an insight into tourism around the turn of the century. Due to its location and the good traffic connections, summer guests from Veneto visited Alta Pusteria already during the 17th century. Emperors and royal families from Vienna followed during the second half of the 19th century.
- In the Wassermann House you can also admire an exhibition about Emma Hellenstainer, former owner and name giver of our house.
- World-renowned: the Three Peaks
- from milk to cheese in the Three Peaks show dairy in Dobbiaco
- the Collegiate Church in San Candido is one of the most beautiful sacral buildings in Roman style in the Eastern Alps
- don't miss out on the romantic alpine lakes Braies, Anterselva, Dobbiaco and Misurina
- the Aurina Valley awaits you with the Tures Waterfalls, Tures Castle, which is one of the most imposing, biggest and most beautiful castles in South Tyrol, and with the impressive Museum of Minerals
- slightly downhill at all times with the bicycle to Lienz Along the way you can change over to the train at any time or turn around. Details at Pusterbike.
- the Fanes-Senes-Braies and Sesto Dolomites Nature Parks offer pure nature with numerous adventure points
- the Museum of Ethnography in Teodone was awarded one of the most beautiful outdoor museums in Europe by ADAC; it offers an insight into life in ancient days The Mair am Hof mason, a farm dating back to around 1700, is the centrepiece of the museum.
- Brunico Castle hosts the fifth MMM – Messner Mountain Museum by Reinhold Messner Each year, guests from a different mountain region - Sherpa, Indians, Tibetans, Mongols, Hunza - spend their summer in the MMM in order to talk about their way of living.