Most Exiting Attractions in the Passeiertal Valley
Natural wonders, art or culture?
Our events programme at a glance
With so much to experience, it’s worth taking the time to explore the Passeiertal Valley and its environs.
In the Spa town of Meran, places to visit include its elegant palm-lined promenade and walkways, the famed botanical Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle, its long-standing Thermal Baths and nearby Tyrol Castle. Those interested in culture should visit the Kunst Meran / Merano Arte museum under the Meran Lauben arcades, while history buffs can stop at the town museum at the Palais Mamming on Pfarrplatz square.
In Bozen (Bolzano in Italian), the nearby bustling provincial capital of South Tyrol, the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology housing Ötzi (the 5,000-year-old Ice Mummy) and the Museion are both well worth visiting.
In the Sandhof, there’s the MuseumPasseier, and in Moos i. Passer, you’ll find the Bunker Mooseum. The Passeiertal Valley Mining Museum in Schneeberg showcases life in the Passeiertal Valley – as it once was, and as it is nowadays.
“Psairer Langis” Spring Festival
The locals celebrate the reawakening of nature with a series of art and cultural events, including hikes, concerts, fairs, as well as gourmet food fairs and festivals. The rich events programme spans the entire Passeiertal Valley, between Saltaus and Pfelders.
“Tallner Sunntig” Sunday Event in Tall
On the first Sunday of every month, the Hirzer and Verdinser cable cars, the Grube chair lift and the taverns in Obertall, Videgg and Hirzer hiking zone, jointly host an all-day traditional food, music and hiking festival in the village of Tall.
“Psairer Herbst” Autumn Festival
Celebrating the glorious colours of autumn in the Passeiertal Valley is a must. The Passeiertal Valley Tourism Association organises its autumn programme, which includes all kinds of hikes through multi-coloured forests, and recreational activities in tune with nature. Gourmet tastings of local delicacies and cultural highlights feature prominently in this series of events held in the Passeier Valley.