Typical local products from South Tyrol and more
Our stores and farmes offer a lot of typical local products
. From local wines and the typical crispy bread, called "Schüttelbrot", to the biological chees from the near mountain pastures - in Val Senales and surroungings you have a big choice of natural culinary delights and products, cultivated and produced caringly in the local establishments and farms.
||Sports shop & Fashion
|| +39 0473 662501
+39 0473 662160
||Photo - Souvenirs
|| +39 0473 662155
|MADONNA DI SENALES
||Footwear - shoes repair
+39 0473 669680
||Baker's - General store
+39 0473 679112
|MONTE S. CATERINA
+39 0473 679201
|VAL DI FOSSE
+39 0473 679230
Shopping in Meran
A mere thirty minutes
drive will take you from the idyllic peace-and-quite of this high Alpine valley to the lively little spa town of Meran
. The chance for a real shopping spree as you wander from one tempting place to the next with everything from traditional stores
selling Tyrolean fashion and accessories to the most elegant boutiques
, the picturesque, covered arcades in the old town centre which date back to the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, is the real commercial heart of Meran
and is well-worth a visit. Guests admire the various architectural styles, from the Middle Ages to the present-day, and love the decorated facades, painted frescos and three-sided Erker bay windows which are so typical of townhouses in South Tyrol
The Freiheitsstraße, Rennweg and other nearby streets, alleyways and passages also offer a fine selection of tempting shops
and help give Meran a feeling of style and a certain flair.
Shopping in Bozen
The city of Bozen
, the provincial capital, has much to offer visitors who decide to spend a day there to see the Archaeological Museum
where Ötzi, the Man from the Ice
The old centre is known for its shady arcades and chic shops and boutiques. It is the perfect place for a shopping trip
and you are sure to enjoy wandering from one attractive window display to another with their designer fashion and colourful, traditional Tyrolean costumes and dresses. Such a great choice!
The mixture of the two very different local cultures and languages
, German and Italian, helps makes the city especially attractive to visitors so, why not be tempted and let yourself enjoy the elegance of top Italian fashion combined with the practical comfort of German style.
The bakers, coffee houses, bars and restaurants in the narrow streets of the old town
serve delicious local specialities so stop for a little rest and try a glass of delicious "vino rosso" or a "bianco" under the shade of a grapevine-covered terrace and just watch the world go by!
And, whatever you do, don't forget to have a look at the colourful, artistically-arranged stalls of the open-air fruit-and-vegetable market
at the end of the arcades. The market has something for everybody from crisp fruit and fresh vegetables to delicious cheeses of all kinds, local produce as well as somewhat more exotic items. Paradise for enthusiastic cooks and gourmets!