Barrier-free time in South Tyrol

Places of interest and cultural facilities for guests with impairments, senior citizens or parents with pushchairs

Hiking destinations especially suitable for families with small children, senior citizens and people with disabilities:

  • Tappeiner path in Merano / Dorf Tirol: This path is one of the most beautiful promenades in Europe and was created by the spa doctor Franz Tappeiner from Laas in Vinschgau. The sunny walk offers a magnificent view over the entire city and combines the special inner-alpine dry vegetation on these exposed southern slopes with Mediterranean plants. more informations
  • Fishing ponds in Prad in the Vinschgau Valley: The Prader Sand, a wide natural area with distinctive vegetation, is the sandy river delta of the Suldenbach stream. This circular hike leads through the forest garden to the large fish ponds near the Adige-Etsch river. After the hike, it is worth visiting the Aquaprad National Park House in the centre of Prad, where you can marvel at a variety of native fishes. more informations
  • Railway World in Rabland-Rablà: The Railway World is the largest digital model railway in Italy. The basis for the exhibition is a large collection of model railways, which, with over 20,000 pieces, is one of the largest private collections in Europe. A part of the course is taken up by "South Tyrol in miniature". South Tyrol's landscape is presented in miniature on an exhibition area of 300m². more informations
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