Autumn in the Isarco Valley: festival of colours in South Tyrol
A real firework of colors await you in autumn in the South Tyrol Isarco Valley. Fiery red, yellow honey and numerous shades of orange shine the leaves on the trees, while the deep dark green of the fir and spruce lights makes for fascinating contrasts. Above green alpine pastures and forests, the bright colorful limestone peaks of the mountain peaks rise. This colorful scenery is even more evident in front of the blue sky. The mild temperatures invite to atmospheric hiking and cycling. Medieval castles and palaces make interesting day trips in this season. Nearby the historic ruins of Castle Feldthurns and Rodenegg Castle invite for a visit.
Törggelen in Isarco Valley: South Tyrolean tradition with gastronomic delicacies
For centuries, the old custom of Törggelen has been celebrated in Isarco Valley and in the town of Brixen. Numerous taverns, restaurants and mountain inns pamper you in the autumn in South Tyrol for the occasion with Alpine specialties. Spicy ravioli, hearty pork dishes and sweet pancakes are served in the dining together with the new wine of the current season. Naturally cloudy apple juice is on the hikes in the mountains a welcome refreshment. Autumn in Isarco Valley is a time of culinary delights that offer suitable dishes for every taste.
Autumn in the Isarco Valley: colourful events in cities and towns
Numerous events in the towns and villages of the South Tyrol Valle Isarco make your holiday varied and entertaining. The Apple Festival on the sunny plateau of Natz / Schabs offers lived South Tyrolean traditions. Every year a fruitful apple harvest is celebrated here in the autumn. The highlight of the festivities is reached with the coronation of the new Apple Queen, which will represent the apple region for one year. Among the culinary highlights in the city of Brixen there are the Sunnseitn apple weeks in which everything revolves around sun-ripened apples in the catering business. The chestnut weeks are another event highlight. From late October to early November, seductive scent of roasted chestnuts, harvested from October in the Isarco Valley. can be smelt everywhere.