Sterzing is in Italy-South Tyrol, coming from the north, the first important town in Italy (South Tyrol) . A trading privilege, formerly profitable silver mines and the geographically advantageous location at the foothills of the Brenner Mountains, which were difficult to overcome at the time, laid the foundations for this. So it is not surprising that magnificent buildings from the town's heyday adorn the former main street, which has now been converted into a pedestrian zone. One of these magnificent buildings enjoys a design that is both traditional and modern. The flats that have been built there now invite you to linger. Wherever possible and sensible, the historical style elements have been preserved. Modern fixtures and furnishings in keeping with this spirit accentuate the architectural history of the building in a very beautiful way, since original materials such as wood and felt (among others) were used. Currently, Sterzing's immediate surroundings are benefiting from climatic change. Due to the more northerly location, the sometimes very high temperatures of the Bolzano valley basin are rarely reached in summer. The use of modern technology ensures that the nearby ski areas (Rosskopf, Ratschings, Ladurns) at higher altitudes are often easily accessible until Easter. Sterzing thus offers you a good starting point for your year-round active holiday. For all those who want to take it a little easier, there are not only important cultural sites, but also very nice places to go for South Tyrolean culinary delights, ranging from simple and tasty South Tyrolean cuisine to sophisticated treats for the palate. For the latter, we recommend the restaurant Vinzenz zum feinen Wein, whose hosts will be happy to give you a very warm welcome in the "Ida-historic town flats".

hs / translation: DeepL / image rights: Mike Rabensteiner / floor plans and other photos : Studio / Stube / Loft / Suite / Family

  • Address Ida - Historic Town Apartments
    Kapuzinergasse 2
    ITA-39049 Sterzing