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Markets

The markets in Venosta Valley

Traditional farmer's markets have been held weekly without interruption for many centuries in Venosta Valley. Natural groceries and traditional specialities – these are the products you will find in South Tyrolean marketss: from old-style marmalade and organic bread, traditional smoked ham, sausages, pasture cheese and herbal teas to fresh asparagus or organic farm-grown eggs.

On particular days, the traditional markets also become social events: on 2 November the Allerseelenmarkt market takes place in the small medieval town of Glorenza/Glurns, in mid-June the S. Giovanni market is held in Prato/Prad, in mid-October there is the Gollimorkt in Malles/Mals and at the end of November the Katharina market in Sluderno/Schluderns takes place with a colorful array of goods, culinary products, music and events.
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15.04.2017 - 17.12.2017

Traditional Markets

Markets have always been present in the Venosta Valley, even up to the present day. Throughout the year, in the larger towns, weekly and farmer’s markets and fairs are held, where clothes, food, and other local and industrial products are offered ...
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The Venosta Valley SkiCard is valid for all ski resorts in the Venosta Valley and provides access to five ski areas, 39 lift facilities and 133 km of slopes.
 
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Val Venosta has to offer many cross-country skiing trails and scenic routes for both traditional cross-country skiing and skating for Nordic skiing fans.
 
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Efficiency and durability of food has always been of major importance for the inhabitants of the Alps, and to have sufficient provisions for the winter was vital.
 
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The recipes of the varied local Venosta cuisine run from traditional antipasti and appetizers focused on buckwheat or potatoes to hearty main dishes such as freshwater fish, game stew, lamb and fawn.
Welcome to the Venosta Valley cultural region
Hike along ancient irrigation channels, partake of winter sports on glacial areas beneath impressive Alpine peaks or ride your bike along the Roman trade route Via Claudia Augusta. Relax in small villages and peaceful valleys with amiable hosts. Discover numerous cultural sites and the unique culinary delights of Venosta Valley.