A highlight of our rooms and holiday apartments in Vilpian is their quiet location amidst natural surroundings and with splendid views of the woods and mountains. Despite that we are in very central position and you can easily move around without problems: the bus stop is at only a 5-minute walk and the train station 10 minutes away.
Both the main town Bozen and the SPA town Meran lie at 12 km from Vilpian and can be easily reached with the public means of transportation. A special hint for your summer holidays: the natural swimming pool in Gargazon, only 5,2 km away.
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Different cultural sights are within easy reach from our B&B in Vilpian: the parish church of Terlano surprises with valuable frescoes, the ruins of Castel Maultasch, Castle Neuhaus and Castle Greifenstein, St. Antonius Chapel in Siebeneich and the stunning parish church in Terlan with wonderful frescos of the 14th century. Further you should not miss the guided tours along Terlan’s wine path with final wine tasting.
Some interesting museums in the environs are the South Tyrolean orcharding museum, Andreas Hofer's Museum in the Passeier Valley, the Museion and the famous Ötzi-Museum in Bozen.
For centuries, Meran has been a very popular spa town for the artists and for the aristocracy from all over Europe. Different historical and Art Nouveau buildings together with modern architecture coexist and produce the particular flair that makes Meran so alluring for visitors. Come and discover the historical centre with its nice shops under the famous Arcades, the lovely Promenades along the river and the beautiful Tappeiner promenades just over Meran’s.
In the hearth of the town the Merano Thermal Baths invite you to relax and unwind with many different pools indoors and outdoors, a sauna world, a 5 ha park, an exclusive spa area, a medical spa and fitness centre.
The gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle are located at the entrance of the town and count to the most popular destinations in South Tyrol. Here you can comfortably walk through over 80 different garden landscapes and many thematic pavilions as once the Empress Sissi of Austria as well used to do whilst admiring the beauty of nature in a splendid location. South Tyrol’s Museum of Tourism, the Touriseum, is very appreciated by big and small ones as it explains 200 years of local tourism history in a very engaging and interesting way.