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blossoming apple orchards in spring view from the Tappeinerweg to Merano round hike in the Hirzer area − Meraner Land hirzertour by mountain bike

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Experience Merano in spring and summer

Spend an active spring in Merano/Gratsch

The spa town of Merano is located in the micro-climate of the Adige basin south of the Alps. When the first warm rays of sunshine reach the Merano area, the orchards awaken to transform the valley into a sea of flowers, while the surrounding peaks of the Texel Group are still covered with a soft, white snow-cap.

waalwege to the time of the apple blossom

Walking along the Waalwege

In spring the sun-drenched Waalwege (irrigation channel paths) lead through the beautiful blooming orchards and invite you to stroll and linger. Near our house you will find the entrance to the Algunder Waalweg, which is especially recommended in the spring months between April and May.

The gardens of Schloss Trauttmansdorff

You shouldn’t miss the flowering splendour of the Botanical Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle, one of the most idyllic spots in South Tyrol. Follow the steps of Empress Sissi walking along the spa-promenade in Merano through the Sissi-path all the way to the botanical garden with its Touriseum (Museum for tourism).

trauttmansdorff Castle in spring
jogging through flowering orchards

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Spring-pleasure bike tour

The flat Etsch valley is particularly suited for cycling. Riding along flowering orchards with a stunning view of the white peaks of the surrounding mountains. The city of Merano offers a wide range of cycle paths and attractive tour destinations for cyclists to explore the surrounding area. This is where families, amateur cyclists and ambitious cyclists alike get their money's worth.
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cycling through apple feather in Naturns - snowy Texel group


Leisure-time tips for summer

The Neuhauserhof in Meran/Gratsch is the ideal starting point for your hiking holidays in Merano and South Tyrol. Walk straight from our farm onto the Tappeinerweg and whilst enjoying the breath-taking view over the city of Merano and the surrounding Adige Valley. Walk along the Algunder Waalweg and soak up the stunning panorama of the Etschtal.

Meraner Höhenweg in the Texelgruppe Nature Park

Hikingin in the Meraner County

For all outdoor enthusiasts, the Merano region represents an almost infinite source of mountaineering and hiking trips. Whether it's a leisurely walk to the Partschinser waterfall or a challenging hike to the Spronser lakes, the Texel Group Nature Park offers the right excursion for everyone. We’ll be delighted to advise you on site.

Schenna outdoor pool – free entry

On hot summer days or after a challenging hike the outdoor pool Schenna offers the ideal refreshment. As our guest, you are granted free entrance to the Schenna outdoor-pool during your summer holiday.

panoramic swimming pool of Scena
Trauttmansdorff Castle with lily pond

Castle Trauttmansdorff in summer

During the summer months, the gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle attract a huge number of visitors. And that’s not only because the breath-taking sea of flowers that surround the castle but also because of the many events the Gardens offer. An absolute highlight are the night concerts of various artists on the idyllic pond-stage. Throughout the months of June and July on Sundays you will be able to enjoy a royal music-brunch on the Sissi Terrace.

The old town of Merano

Shopping enthusiasts will love Merano's pedestrianised arcade-high street, the heart and lively centre of Merano. With its numerous shops, bars and restaurants this is the ideal place for a relaxing city stroll. Culture enthusiasts shouldn’t miss the chance to visit the Kurhaus on the Passerpromenade, a glamorous venue for all-year-round events and concerts.

Meraner Kurhaus on the Passerpromenade
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