1 Mountain refuges
Bunk down in some of Central Europe’s most isolated and vista-rich locations.
Rovereto’s museum of contemporary art is one of Italy’s best, with an unmissable permanent collection and expertly curated temporary shows.
3 Hiking in the Pale di San Martino
One of the most spectacular areas in the Dolomites with a great choice of high-altitude trails.
4 Skiing in Canazei
A vast choice of slopes for intermediates – you could spend a week there and barely ski the same piste twice.
5 Ice Man
The star exhibit at Bolzano’s Museo Archeologico is the incredibly well preserved “Ice Man”, discovered in the Ötzaler Alps in 1991.
6 Wine tasting along the Strada del Vino
Follow the “Wine Road” through the Adige valley, sampling some of the region’s best food and wine as you go.
7 Messner Mountain Museum
Learn about the colourful cultures of mountainous areas around the globe at the four branches of this intriguing and unique museum.