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Winter holiday in Meran – hit the slopes!

It’s not only the active summer in South Tyrol that knows how to impress. Winter too delights with countless adventures that you won’t forget that easily. The best ones start in one of the five ski areas in and around Meran and end in a rustic alpine hut in front of the open fireplace.

These 5 ski areas await you:

  • “The family-friendly one” – Meran 2000 ski area (40km of slopes)
  • “The romantic one” – Monte Vigilio/Vigiljoch ski area (5km of slopes)
  • “The sustainable one” – Pfelders ski area (18km of slopes)
  • “The authentic one” – Schwemmalm ski area (25km of slopes)
  • “The snowy one” – Val Senales/Schnalstal Glacier (42km of slopes)

Of course, that is not all! If you’d like to go tobogganing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, or ski touring, you will find countless possibilities right outside our hotel in Lana. Book your winter holiday in Meran now and enjoy the best winter rates!

Off to the Christmas markets on winter holiday in Meran

If you like to take things slow and easy on winter holiday in Meran, you should put a visit to the magical Christmas markets of Italy’s northernmost region on your to-do list. Visit the Christmas market in Meran, stroll along the festively decorated spa promenade with a cup of fragrant mulled wine in your hand and find the perfect Christmas present for your loved ones in one of the over 80 stalls. You’d like to stay in Lana? No problem at all! The Sterntaler Christmas market, not far away from our boutique hotel in South Tyrol, attracts with numerous handicraft products, warm meals, and wonderfully hot drinks!


Our five favourite Christmas markets in South Tyrol:

  • The enchanting Meran Christmas market
  • The small yet charming Algund Christmas market (open only on weekends)
  • The historical Advent on the Rametz castle square (open only on weekends)
  • The cosy Christmas Forest with traditional Christmas beer
  • The wonderful Sterntaler Christmas market in Lana

Seeing it once is better than hearing about it a hundred times.

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