Apartments AlpenJuval - Pfunderer Valley

PfunderertalApartments
AlpenJuval - Fam. Weissteiner
I-39030 Pfunders - Tel. +39 339 6388674
VAT: 01599050216
E-mail: info@alpenjuval.com

 





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Almencard alpine region Gitschberg Jochtal

Urlaub im Pustertal Ferien in Südtirol Weitental Sehenswertes im Pfunderertal


Attractions and Sightseeing in and around the Pfunderer-Valley

  • Rodenegg Castle The 900 years old castle with the famous Iwein-frescos tells from the “Iwein-saga” of the 13.century.
  • Loden Event World  The loden event museum shows the manufacture of the typical loden material from the South Tyrol in an informative fashion.
  • Mühlbacher Klause – This historical fortress was once the border between the states of Görz and Tyrol, customs house, hunting castle and fortification in the fight against the French in the time of the wars of independence in Tyrol.
  • Franzensfeste – Now it is possible to visit the fortress of the austrian-hungarian emperor from inside.
  • St. Martin’s Church in Pfunders Also typical for this traditional farming valley is the existing St. Martin’s Church. An excellent work of the late Gothic period and very expressive, the church is a precious treasure from olden times.
  • The cathedral in Brixen – Original the cathedral of Brixen is a building from the times of the Ottons. In romantic times (1200) there was a rearrangement and also in baroque times 1745 and 1754 the cathedral got a new building.
  • Archeology museum - "Ötzi - the iceman" The Ötzi and his tools form the central part of this museum at Bozen.
  • Museum of Popular Art  - Dietenheim, near Bruneck Antique Tyrolean farms in the middle of a beautiful landscape.
  • Falls of Stange falls of Stange This awesome natural spectacle in Ratschings is waiting on your visit - the worldwide unique waterfalls embedded in pure white marble
  • Museum of Mines in Prettau - This copper mine is probably in operation since the bronze age. This fact shows an archaeological find from 1864 - a bronzed pickax.
  • and much more ...

 

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