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Typical dishis of the South Tyrol tradition. Not expensive and a great balance between the cost and the right ammount of food.
Fantastik meta and chips!Also great onion soups!
Only bad thing?!you can't reserve your table...if you wan't you'll wait or you can go away.
The restaurant closes at 24.00.
Updated Jan 5, 2009
Address: St Michael 21
I highly recommend buying some kind of a map or a hiking book. The maps you get for free can be very confusing as the scales seem a bit weird sometimes. Sometimes it looks far apart but in reality its a five minute walk or vice versa.
There is a little newspaper agent with a good choice of maps/books in the centre of the village.
Written Oct 21, 2010
A short walk around the town's hill on a paved lane with outstanding views down to the surrounding countryside. 7 little chapels along the way. Start just from the right of the tourist info building (under the arch) then follow signs to Calvario. Only takes about 20 minutes, well worth it.
Written Oct 28, 2007
Just outside of Castelrotto there are 3 ski runs, I was there in late fall so the locals were looking forward to ski season and the lots of visitors that would bring.
There are 3 ski lifts capable of taking 2500 persons an hour. (wow!) locals told me that snow varied, some years were very heavy, but they can augment the natural snow for the ski slopes as needed. From what i read these are gentle slopes, they seemed to be working hard on cleaning everything up nicely and preparing for winter when i was there
Updated Jul 15, 2012
Favorite thing: Going up to Compatsch at 6135 feet at the entrance to the meadow. I took the bus up and spent the day hiking on the glorious paths. There are miles and miles of trails as well as restaurants, mountain hotels and chair lifts. The views are better from each turn you take. This is definately not a place you can put your camera away. The Seiseralm Bergbahn cable car back down from Compatsch to the town of Siusi/Seis was very breathtaking. It takes about 15 minutes or so and travels about 2.5 miles I believe.
Fondest memory: The sound of the cow bells on the cows grazing in the beautiful meadows with the dramatic Dolomite mountains for a backdrop! Not another sound to be heard.
Written Oct 28, 2007