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With a population of around 250,000 in the greater metro area, Bolzano is both the capital of and the biggest city in South Tyrol. Surrounded by the majestic Alps, the town has been shaped by the mountains around it, and they continue to draw over a million tourists to the area every year.
Bolzano occupies a valley where three rivers meet. The history of the town dates back to the Isarci people, who were living in the area when the Romans took control in 15 BC. After the fall of the Roman Empire, Bolzano fell into the hands of the Lombards from northern Italy before being taken over by Bavarians from the north. Absorbed into the County of Tyrol, Bolzano became part of the Holy Roman Empire until Napoleon dissolved that supranational entity in 1806. After Napoleon's defeat, Bolzano became part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It remained that way until the First World War, when Tyrol was offered as a bribe to bring Italy into the war on the side of Britain and France.
Following the First World War, the mostly German-speaking town was absorbed into Italy. The area was the scene of heavy fighting during the Second World War, and in the postwar years, a secessionist movement sprang up and committed terrorist attacks on Italian police. This issue was solved when the Tyrol region was granted autonomy to run its own affairs. Although legally part of Italy, Tyrol therefore has a unique culture of its own. This makes it a fascinating place to visit for travelers from all over the world.
South Tyrol is neither German or Italian, but somewhere in between. For a visitor, it's an interesting mix of cultures. Combine that with the stunning mountain scenery around the town, and you'll find plenty to do in this underrated city.
Get above it all at Funivia del Renon. This cable car travels right from the center of Bolzano to the top of a nearby mountain. From the summit, a railway allows you to explore mountain villages in the region and enjoy spectacular views of the Alps.
Learn more about the history of this unique region at the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology. The museum explains the prehistory of the area and is best known as the home of Otzi, the famous 5000-year-old man who was found frozen in the nearby mountains.
Marvel at the gorgeous tiled roof of Bolzano Cathedral. Located in the city's central square, Piazza Walther, this Gothic church dates all the way back to the 4th century and has been the heart of the city for most of its existence.
Explore the lives of ancient ability at Castel Roncolo. This stunning 13th-century fortification couldn't have a more spectacular location, perched as it is on a mountain high above the city. The on-site museum explains the importance of the castle in the history of the town.
Stretch your legs on Guntschna Walk. Bolzano has many walking trails worth exploring, and this is one of the most popular. Winding up the side of a mountain, the trail offers beautiful views and impressive plant life.
The nearest major airports to Bolzano are Milan Bergamo and Venice. It takes around four hours by bus and train to reach Bolzano from these airports.
Bolzano train station is close to the city center and is easy to reach on foot. Trains from Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and Austria all stop here, making Bolzano relatively easy to reach. Bolzano is also very well connected by long-distance bus to other European cities.
Bolzano has 17 bus lines, making it easy to get around the city. Many of the city bus routes stop outside the train station.
Blessed with great countryside and numerous historical attractions, Bolzano is a perfect place to explore on foot. Whether you're soaking up the atmosphere in the vibrant town squares or hiking a mountain trail to enjoy the views, you'll probably do plenty of walking while you're in Bolzano.
Make things easier on yourself by dropping off extra bags at a Bounce luggage storage location in Bolzano. No matter how many bags you have or how long you need to leave them, Bounce can help you find a local partner to look after your extra gear.
Messner Mountain Museum: Dedicated to exploring mountain life through the centuries, this striking museum is built into the peak of one of the mountains that surround Bolzano. Connected to an ancient castle, the museum helps you learn more about the relationship between the stunning landscape and the people who have lived in it for centuries. Note that large bags are not permitted inside the museum, so make sure you leave yours at a Bolzano luggage storage shop before you visit.
Puez-Geisler Nature Park: Experience more of the dramatic Alpine landscape at this natural wonder. One hour north of Bolzano, the stunning park is home to two colossal mountains and an endless network of hiking and biking trails, rivers, waterfalls, forests, and everything you expect from the Alpine countryside. Drop off extra suitcases at a luggage storage locker in Bolzano and enjoy this pristine wilderness for yourself.
Trento: Take a relaxing train ride to the nearby city of Trento. This well-preserved medieval town is known for its Castle and Cathedral, and the high-tech MUSE Science Museum is also well worth a visit. Plus, Trento is known for having great snow, so if you visit during the season, there are few better places to take a ski holiday than in this enchanting city. Pack up your skis and leave everything you don't need behind at a luggage storage center in Bolzano before you hit the slopes.
The price for luggage storage in Bolzano is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Bolzano which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Schloss Maretsch - Castel Mareccio, Our Lady of the Assumption, Prösels Castle and many other areas.
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Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Bolzano. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Bolzano where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Kaiserkron, Gasthaus Kreuz, and Vögele. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Bolzano are Park Hotel Laurin, Resort Schloss Hotel Korb, and Schloss Englar.
Bolzano offers several scenic parks including Parco della Stazione - Bahnhofspark, Parco delle Religioni - Park der Religionen, and Bletterbach-Schlucht.
You can find local tourist information at Canyon Rio Sass, Guidepost, and Associazione Turistica Val d'Ega - Tourismusverein Eggental.
If you're looking for a good museum in Bolzano, we recommend South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology, Prösels Castle, and Runkelstein Castle. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Bolzano's most popular historical attractions including Straßberg - Castello della Strada, Pestkreuz, or Train Station and monuments like Monumento alla Vittoria - Siegesdenkmal, Waltherbrunnen, or Edith Stein. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Rafenstein, Straßberg - Castello della Strada, or Wolkenstein Castle.