South Tyrol is a land of diversity—a place where tradition and modernity intersect. The city of Bolzano is located in the heart of the province: from there, you can easily reach the sights in the surrounding areas. Explore South Tyrol’s cities—you’ll be enchanted by the uniqueness of each respective place. In the province capital, you can visit the popular Ötzi the Iceman at the Museum of Archaeology or explore the city’s numerous exclusive boutiques and colourful markets. Stroll through the charming old town of Meran: a unique mixture of Mediterranean charm and South Tyrolean hospitality can be seen everywhere you look. Explore Bruneck in Pustertal Valley, which is a hiking and winter sports paradise, or the many narrow streets and arcades of the Brixen, the city of the bishop’s seat. Klausen has enchanted many an artist and poet over the course of the centuries. A trip to the celebrated hometown of Romeo and Juliet is also possible: with its Italian cuisine, fine wines, and many cultural treasures, Verona brings a bit of Roman history back to life.