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Village Tours

Village Tours in Upper Venosta Valley

Historically speaking, the Venosta Valley was inhabited by Celts, Romans and Raeti Venostes (i.e ancient Alpine tribes), with traces and archeological relics found in the area date back to the Stone Age. The Venosta Valley is also home to a number of valuable Romanesque abbeys and castles. Old mountain farms and the characteristic villages of this cultural region can be traced back to the 1st millennium.

To help rediscover the secrets of the past, the Vintschger Museum offers guided village tours, such as through historic Sluderno/Schluderns. The guided tour through medieval Glorenza/Glurns or through Malles/Mals, Burgusio/Burgeis or Sluderno by night, offer unique historical insights to the seemingly curious events from the past, re-evoking bygone legends through vivid re-enactments.
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Discover the numerous hiking trails along the irrigations channel paths
 
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The Day of the Romanesque will be held on 15 October, 2016. On this day in Venosta Valley, which is located on the “Alpine Road of Romanesque Art”, free tours are organized around the many churches and chapels but also of secular buildings dating to the early Middle Ages.
 
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We help you to find the ideal accomodations in the Upper Venosta Valley Holiday Area
 
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From 8 to 11 december 2016 the old arcades and the tranquil town square are the romantic backdrop for the Glorenza Christmas market.
Welcome to the Upper Venosta culture 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 Upper Venosta Valley.