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Sulden & Surroundings

Excursion destinations

Sulden am Ortler ist bekannt für sein spektakuläres Bergpanorama, seine unzähligen Wanderwege und seine kilometerlange Skipiste nahe dem Gletscher. Doch auch Geschichtsliebhaber, Museumsfreunde oder Städtebummler kommen im Urlaub in Sulden auf Ihre Kosten. Unweit von unserem 3 Sterne Hotel im Vinschgau entfernt, befinden sich zahlreiche Sehenswürdigkeiten, welche Sie noch tiefer in die Geschichte und Kultur der Region eintauchen lassen.

Museum for the Ortler Region (owned by the Knoll family)
A place that counters forgotten roots and reminds you of the great pioneers in this region. Themes: Sulden one hundred years ago, the 1st World War and minerals. In the Sulden primary school.

Messner Mountain Museum Ortles
Located underground, the museum of extreme mountain climber “Reinhold Messner” is dedicated to the topic of ice. You will see the world’s largest collection of Ortler images, marvel at ice equipment from two centuries and gain insight into the power of nature (avalanches).

The National Park House “naturatrafoi” is located in the middle of the Stilfserjoch National Park in Trafoi, directly on the Stilfserjochstrasse. The in-house exhibit is dedicated to the topic of “Life on the Edge”.

Juval Castle near Naturns
The residence of Reinhold Messner since 1983, this fortress offers visitors interesting insight into his Tibetan adventures.

You can comfortably reach the spa town from Spondinig in 1.5 hours with the Vinschgau Railway. In addition to the beautiful Passer Promenade, you will also find excellent shopping possibilities in the arcades.

Insights into life in water are provided in a vivid way.

Marienberg Monastery
The highest Benedictine monastery in Europe.

Churburg Castle
One of the mightiest and best preserved fortresses in South Tyrol.

With 871 residents, Glurns in one of the smallest cities in the Alps. Its completely preserved city walls, which divide the city into a so-called inner and outer city are a special feature of the city. Glurns is one of the eight cities in South Tyrol and the only city in the Vinschgau region.