Annual meeting 7.05.2022
Letzten Samstag fand unsere alljährliche Vollversammlung statt. Dabei wurde ein neuer Vorstand gewählt: Petra Überbacher, Donatella Di Stasio, Andreas Walder, Lorenzo Ferrarese, Markus Perwanger, Stefan Demetz und Hanni Stocker.Wir gratulieren den Vorstandsmitgliedern zur erfolgreichen Wahl und wünschen alles Gute und produktive Jahre! 😉😉
Things are looking good!
Things are looking good! It is supposed to be a record summer for the travel industry. A renowned German weekly newspaper wrote in February that tour operators and airlines are preparing for new record numbers. Eurowings, a Lufthansa subsidiary, plans to offer 380 flights to Mallorca this summer, per week!
Let’s celebrate: WORLD TOURIST GUIDE DAY 2022🤩
Also this year, the International Tourist Guide Day will take place from 18 to 20 February 2022. On this occasion, we as association of tourist guides and tourist leaders of South Tyrol offer free guided tours on the above mentioned weekend and we would be happy to see many of you there 🙂 .
Memorial day -liberation of Ausschwitz
On 27th January 1945, the gates of Auschwitz concentration camp, the extermination camp and symbol of the Holocaust, were brought down by Russian troops. On the occasion of this year's Holocaust Memorial Day, the city of Bolzano commemorated the suffering of the prisoners and the deportation of many to other extermination camps with a wreath-laying ceremony and a series of initiatives, including guided tours of the former transit camp in Reschenstraße.
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Isarco/Eisacktal valley – Chiusa/Klausen
Isarco/Eisacktal valley widens out a little, you can find the town of Chiusa/Klausen – a medieval gem with winding alleys, a picturesque historic centre and a timeless atmosphere. Nestled among lush vineyards and close to the Dolomites, it is a holiday destination of incredible variety.
Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm and the Sciliar/Schlern area
The Sciliar/Schlern area, named after the massif, extends across a sub-mountainous area south of Chiusa/Klausen, just below the wide Alpe di Siusi /Seiser Alp plateau. The area is home to several idyllic villages such as Castelrotto/Kastelruth, Siusi/Seis and Fiè/Völs.
Merano/Meran is the second largest town in South Tyrol, and undisputedly the region’s most famous tourist destination. Its rise as a world-famous spa town began in the 19th century, and became unstoppable after Austria’s Empress Sissi chose it as a location for several long holidays.
The South Tyrolean Wine Road
If you decide to visit the area that extends along the Wine Road, you can look forward not only to the largest wine-growing area in South Tyrol with its a range of excellent local wines, but also to sunny, sub-Mediterranean weather and people with an equally sunny disposition.