Culture, art and Dolce Vita

When North meets South, when the sweet Dolce Vita encounters magical Alpine charm, when Mediterranean lifestyle and South Tyrolean authenticity merge - then you’re at the heart of South Tyrol. Our region is all of this - an amalgamation of exciting contrasts and surprising harmonies.

Without a doubt, Bolzano is the capital of this intriguing region, boasting a respectively diverse cultural profile and entertainment program.
Events & Festivals:
  • Südtirol Jazzfestival: Jazz concerts all across South Tyrol, annually in June & July
  • Tanz Bozen - Bolzano Danza: Dance festival with performances and dance seminars, annually in July
  • Bolzano Christmas Market: Annually during advent and holiday season
  • Transart: Contemporary festival of culture from Innsbruck to Rovereto, every year in September
  • Bolzano Festival Bozen: Classical music festival in Bozen, every year from July to September
  • Museum of Archaeology & Iceman The Museum of Archaeology presents a range of prehistoric finds, and of course the world -famous iceman, “Ötzi”. Opening hours: TUE – SUN, 10am – 6 pm In July, August & December also opened Mondays
  • Bozen Cathedral Treasury The treasury of the cathedral holds one of the most extensive local baroque church collections. Opening hours: TUE – SAT, 10am – 12pm THURS 10am – 12pm & 3pm – 5pm
  • Mercantile Museum In the historic building of the Mercantile Museum, a range of interesting items and pieces telling the history of trade and commerce in the city of Bozen are on display. Opening hours: MON – SAT, 10am – 12.30pm
  • MMM Messner Mountain Museum Firmian Reinhold Messner’s impressive exhibition addresses the topic of man encountering mountain with a special exhibit changing every year, hosted in the Sigmundskron castle. Opening hours: Beginning of March – end of November, FRI – WEDS, 10am – 6pm
  • Museion South Tyrolean museum and center for modern and contemporary art. Opening hours: TUE – SUN, 10am – 6pm THURS 10am – 10pm
  • Museum of Nature South Tyrol The Museum of Nature shows the biological and geological development of South Tyrol through interesting installations, and changing themed exhibits. Opening hours: TUE – SUN, 10am – 6pm
  • School Museum Bozen At the Lampl House in Rentsch, a landmarked building, you will find the School Museum. It traces the history of the region’s 3 language communities through antique textbooks, photographs, documents and many other interesting things. Opening hours: October – May, daily by arrangement SAT – SUN 3pm – 6pm (free entry)
  • Bozen Municipal Museum Due to expansion works, the Municipal Museum currently runs a limited exhibition of stuccos, frescos, statues, oil paintings, folk costumes, stoves and lots more. Opening hours: TUE – SUN, 10am – 6pm

  • Haselburg/Castel Flavon The Castel Flavon soars on a rock ledge above the neighborhood Haslach/Alsago and shelters a fine restaurant. Restaurant Opening Hours: TUE – SAT, 12pm – 2pm & 7pm – 10pm SUN, 12pm – 2pm
  • Runkelstein/Castel Roncolo Castle First documented in 1237, the Castle of Roncolo harbors the best-preserved secular frescos in the Alps. Easy to reach on foot, by bus or a free shuttle service from the Piazza Walther square, it’s definitely worth a visit. Opening hours: TUE – SUN until mid-March 10am – 5pm from mid-March 10am – 6pm
Guided City tours:
Every week, the Tourist Office Bolzano offers guided tours through the historic old town of Bolzano. For more information on dates, hours and emphasis of tours consult the Tourist Office Renon’s weekly events program.
  • Stadttheater Bozen/ Teatro Comunale Bolzano City Theater Theater, opera and dance on Bolzano main stage. See what’s on - click here for the schedule.
  • Cabaret Carambolage Cabaret, comedy, theater, music and lots more on this small 4x4-meter stage. See schedule.
  • Theater im Hof/Teatro Cortile Theater in the courtyard Independent theater with focus on children’s and youth drama as well as on women in Theater. See schedule.
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