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The charming hotel right on Brunico-Bruneck’s doorstep

No matter if it is summer or winter- Hotel Gissbach is the ideal starting point for all kinds of activities. Situated in the centre of the Val Pusteria-Pustertal near Brunico-Bruneck, you will have various possibilities in easy reach of just a few minutes such as hiking, mountaineering, skiing, climbing, Nordic Walking and different bike tours for our sporty guests, as well as art exhibitions, cultural and culinary events, museums, shopping facilities and much more for guests with other interests.

by Car
Brenner motorway exit Bressanone-Brixen
On Val Pusteria-Pustertaler street towards Bruncio-Bruneck
At the roundabout before Bruneck-Brunico turn towards San Giorgio-St. Georgen, Valle Aurina-Ahrntal
In San Giorgio-St. Georgen turn left towards the centre of the village – straight ahead until you reach the church – turn left and cross the bridge – continue straight for 200m – Hotel Gissbach

by Plane
Airport Bolzano-Bozen (86 km)
Airport Verona-Villafranca (231 km)
Airport Innsbruck (125 km)

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exciting trips in close proximity of Hotel Gissbach

The small town of Brunico-Bruneck with its distinguished culture, its sights and its diverse shopping facilities is right on our doorstep (2,5 km).

MMM RIPA – Castle of Brunico-Bruneck (2,5 km) – The Messner Mountain Museum is a place of encounter with the mountains, its peoples and finally also with ourselves.

Mansio Sebatum Museum in San Lorenzo-St. Lorenzen (6 km) – South Tyrol’s only museum which, with its 2000-year-old finds, is fully dedicated to the Iron Age and especially the Roman Age. The excavations can be visited along the archaeological panorama path around the Castel Badia-Sonnenburg hill.

Museum of Ethnology in Teodone-Dietenheim (3 km) – The museum of ethnology in Teodone-Dietenheim near Brunico-Bruneck is situated in the heart of the Val Pusteria-Pustertal valley. It displays the everyday life of the rural population of former times – from the landed gentry to the self-sustaining farmers and the day labourers.

Plan de Corones-Kronplatz (valley station in Riscone-Reischach: 6 km) – In the wintertime a ski resort, elected best ski resort of Europe in 2018 for that matter, in the summertime a destination for hikers and bikers – that is what the Plan de Corones-Kronplatz is well-known for.  On its summit you can find the MMM Corones museum, as well as the photography museum Lumen.

The Loden World in Vandoies-Vintl (20km) – From the raw wool to the coat – the loden cloth museum with its boutique in Vandoies-Vintl informs about the production process of the high quality loden cloth.

Earth Pyramids in Vila di Sopra-Oberwielenbach near Perca-Percha (15 km) – Perca-Percha’s earth pyramids are an architectural masterpiece of nature that is well worth visiting.

The Dolomites: UNESCO- Natural World Heritage Site – Parts of the Dolomites have been recognised as UNESCO World Heritage Site. The unique mountain scenery invites you to hike, dwell and gaze in awe.

The Reinbach Waterfalls (13km) – By racing down rock faces in three cascades, the Reinbach stream makes the force of water palpable for all the visitors’ senses. The contemplation path of Saint Francis lines the easy hiking trail of the Reinbach waterfalls.

The Castle of Tures-Taufers (14km) – Over twenty furnished rooms, among which a court room, a library, a chapel, a knights’ hall, a patient’s room, a late gothic office, a ‘ghosts room’, an armoury, a cardinal room and – what is particularly impressive – the dungeon and the “torture room”. The former dynastic seat Tures-Taufers attracts around 70.000 visitors every year.

The Predoi-Prettau Mine (45km) – The mine of Predoi-Prettau reached its heyday 600 years ago, when the extraordinary malleability of the Predoi-Prettau copper was in great demand. Today a mine train leads to the heart of the mine. The air in the mine’s climate gallery is so pure that many people have recovered from their breathing troubles there.