From a sun-drenched plateau overlooking the Italian Dolomites, the Soprabolzano area is one of South Tyrol’s hidden treasures. First, stop at the provincial capital of Bolzano, easily reachable via the new Renon aerial tram. A year-round destination, in summer take an outing to the Rittner Horn and enjoy a breathtaking panorama of the mountain range, while in winter take advantage of Rittner Horn’s 15km of snow-covered slopes.

Visit the 13th century church of Giacomo which boasts beautiful painted ceilings, or embrace your sweet side with a visit to the bee museum in Costalovara at the 500-year old Plattnerhof farm. Then, buzz your way over to the San Genesio forests or the Renon Hills for some crisp, Alpine air. With its wide meadows, fields and scenic mountain farms in full view of the Dolomites, Soprabolzano is truly a breathtaking experience.

Gloriette Guesthouse Soprabolzano - Cantilevered Rooftop infinity pool in South Tyrol designed by noa architects, overlooking the Dolomites
Soprabolzano, South Tyrol

Gloriette Guesthouse

With mountain eye-candy stretching out in every direction, this nest egg of casual style is the perfect bolthole for urbanites who love the rural idyll framed by modernity and crowned by its fabulous rooftop infinity pool of sheer wow.

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Pragser Wildsee, Südtirol, Alto Adige, South Tyrol, Photo by Samuele Errico Piccarini

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The "Alto Adige" (South Tyrol) is all about a marriage of culture, language, tradition and nature, for this small pocket of Northern Italy shares more than just a border with Austria, this is an Alpinista lifestyle that flirts with Dolce Vita, where extreme sports junkies fuse with foodie aficionados and mother nature cradles the spectacular of the Dolomites.

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