There are beautiful and unique houses and castles around the town and the one right above is the far-famed castle of Tyrol (Teriolis), from which, curiously enough, the whole area is said to have derived its name.
The area is perfect for slow-paced walk or further out, hiking trips!
This picturesque town is located at the border of Austria and is known to have been among the first THERMAL BATHs' resort (19th century) of its kind. This fashionable Kurbad soon became the meeting place of the European nobility.
It's very green with a lot parcs and romantic bridges over the river *Adige* cooling the town marvellously making it perfect to have long walks during hot summer days. Really an idyllic place - not Italian-like at all!
But if you need to relax, it's very quiet and sereine! Ask for the famous Meran grape cure.
partake of the passeggiata while getting run over in front of the basillica
Fondest memory: Vicenza is supposedly the richest city in Italy, I don't doubt it.