Time for exploring South Tyrol. Lana and our Tiefenbrunn are ideally situated for discovering South Tyrol. Whether on foot, by bicycle, with public transport, cable cars or your own car. Discover the most popular destinations in South Tyrol.

Monte San Vigilio
Lana’s local mountain is the car-free Monte San Vigilio. Glide up the mountain in a comfortable cable car, push in the pedals of your bicycle or hike your way to the top. At the top you enjoy nature at its best, fantastic hiking and bike tours and nice places for rest and restoration.

Merano and surrounding area
The spa town of Merano is a green city with many gardens and promenades, the botanical gardens at Trauttmansdorff Castle and the Spa Terme Merano. Merano 2000 excites with hiking paths, the summer toboggan run Alpin Bob and a fantastic children’s world with petting zoo, climbing equipment, slackline and more.

Bolzano
A visit to Bolzano is an integral part of any holiday in Lana: visiting Ötzi the ice mummy, shopping in the fruit market, strolling in the arcades and experiencing the typical blend of German and Italian cuisine.

MMM
MMM is the series of Messner Mountain Museums created by Reinhold Messner. 6 museums at 6 special locations explore the topic of the mountain. On holidays in Lana you are within easy reach of MMM Firmiano near Bolzano, MMM Juval Castle and MMM Ortles in Val Venosta.

Fortresses and castles
South Tyrol boasts a large number of fortresses and castles. Visit Appiano, one of the regions in Europe with the largest number of castles. In the triangle of castles near Missiano a hike takes you to three castles. Castel Tirolo in Tirolo is also a real cultural experience. Directly next to the castle is a rescue station for birds of prey. Coira Castle near Sluderno houses a world-renowned armoury: It is the largest private collection of armour of its kind.

Paths along the irrigation channels
Val Venosta is an arid region. Because of this a complex irrigation canal system called “Waale” was developed many centuries ago. To maintain the channels and operate the locks paths along the irrigation channels were built at the same time. Today, these paths are among the most popular hiking paths in South Tyrol.