Brixen in every season
A holiday in Brixen is a wonderful experience all year round. In winter, numerous surrounding ski areas with perfectly groomed slopes await you. In addition, winter hikes in the enchanted landscape are a special experience. In summer, in addition to hiking and cycling, castles and palaces are the focus.
Brixen is known as the oldest city in Tyrol and as a former episcopal city. Whether winter or summer, there is always something to discover here.
There are many special features behind the picturesque old town and the numerous sights.
When on holiday in Brixen, it is a must to visit the Brixen Cathedral and its cloister. The cathedral is the landmark of Brixen.
In addition to the Brixen Cathedral, the 72-high White Tower is one of the city's landmarks.
The Hofburg was once the residence of the prince-bishops, today it is the most noteworthy museum in Brixen with valuable collections of ecclesiastical art as well as the Middle Ages and modern times. During the Advent season, the Hofburg is the venue for an annual light show.
The Neustift monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in Tyrol. The Augustinian Canons still manage the monastery today and operate one of the oldest still active cellars in the world. The historic monastery garden is located at the entrance to the monastery complex. Here you will find the smallest handwritten Bible in the world.
The Brixencard: double advantages - double pleasure!
- Daily except Sundays free admission to South Tyrol's largest fun pool Acquarena, which is located directly opposite our hotel.
- Free use of all public transport
- Daily one ascent and descent with the cable car to the Plose mountain.
- Free admission to 82 South Tyrolean museums.