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Cuisine and culture …

… in Tyrol’s oldest city

Brixen, first documented around 1,100 years ago, has been known for its diversity for centuries: city and mountain, Mediterranean summer and Alpine winter, as well as the finest cuisine combined with cultural treasures.

Join us on a culinary and cultural journey!

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Our culinary insider tips for you

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Alter Schlachthof

In this hip ambience in the centre of Brixen, fresh products from local farmers take centre stage. There’s something to suit all tastes here.

Brix 0.1

Located in a green setting on the outskirts of Brixen with a lake view. Cosmopolitan, refined, and regional – here, the owners will cook for you themselves.

Carma

The finest breakfast delights, creative pasta dishes, and cool drinks await just a few steps away from our Villa Floris.

Decantei

You’ll find this trendy restaurant hidden away at the heart of the old town. Sociable, down to earth, passionate – and simply great food.

Fink

Excellent regional cuisine with pep and directly under the arcades – what more could you ask for?

Finsterwirt

Worth a visit for lunch or dinner – you can taste the first-class quality in every bite.

Pupp patisserie

The best chocolate croissants in the city, a welcoming outside area, and right by Villa Floris – the perfect place to start your day.

Kutscherhof

This traditional restaurant set in a historic building is right next to the Hofburg and offers both excellent pizza and the finest South Tyrolean cuisine.

Vitis

The meeting point for wine lovers right by Piazza Duomo. The cosy garden is the perfect place to enjoy an aperitif.

Weingalerie

Quite hidden away, but that just makes it even cosier. Treat yourself to a glass of something delicious from their extensive repertoire!

Wirth an der Mahr

On the outskirts of the city you’ll experience the centuries-old tradition of Tyrolean hospitality in a historic setting.

Törggelen in Brixen

South Tyrol’s so-called “fifth season” runs from the end of September to the end of November. Enjoy traditional dishes and sample young wines in rustic farm inns on your holidays in Brixen.

Cultural highlights in Brixen

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Brixen cathedral

The symbol of the city and the Episcopal church of the Diocese of Bolzano-Brixen. 33 different types of marble were used in the construction of the building, which dates back to 980.

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Attractions in Brixen – 1,100 years of history

The cloister

One of South Tyrol’s most important artistic monuments. The Gothic frescoes are particularly noteworthy. Art lovers will find everything their heart desires here.

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Attractions in Brixen – 1,100 years of history

Hofburg

Once the residence of the prince bishops, today it’s home to a portrait gallery and art museum. Discover the cathedral treasure of Brixen and relax in the atmospheric inner courtyard.

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Attractions in Brixen – 1,100 years of history

Neustift monastery

The ancient monastery can be reached by on the Citybus. Enjoy wine in the monastery cellar, browse through the shop, and gaze in wonder in the Baroque library – Neustift monastery in Brixen and surroundings is a real treasure trove.

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Attractions in Brixen – 1,100 years of history

Franzensfeste fortress

Just 10 kilometres from Brixen, you can enjoy various permanent exhibitions in the 65,000m2 structure. Discover the gigantic labyrinth of rooms, corridors, and stairways!

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Attractions in Brixen – 1,100 years of history
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