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Brunico is such a beautiful town. We were in the area for MMM Corones and MMM Ripa and this small town was such a pleasant surprise. So typical South Tyrol atmosphere. Its genuine landscape and old buildings full of flowers. Unbelievable architecture, you can feel...More
We had a day trip here in this cute village in north of Italy, but it looks very much like an Austrian village. Connor streets, nice shops with local delicacies and sport wear, as well as a castle. I enjoyed the walk and the refreshing...More
In case of bad weather when it is snowing, it is worth visiting the old town. The houses are interesting, visit the museum of prosciutto and a number of shops and try bombardino. Particularly worth seeing is a small shop with choice of shopping
We are not talking about a typically Italian town, although situated in Italy: Brunico or Bruneck is a South Tyrol little mountaneous town, who has kept well the medieval charm, with nice palaces and all around with the smell of good pastries.
Along the central...More
I have never known Brunico as a cosmopolitan, hip place and had not been there for the longest time, but I was amazed by the beauty of the central avenue, all well kept and with outstanding shopping, all well blended with South Tirolean charm. If...More
This year when skiing in Kronplatz the weather was very mild so much so that it actually rained one day. So fed up of skiing in the rain(sounds like a musical title) we got the local bus to the town of Brunico.
It's a proper...More
This street was a huge surprise to me. It is hidden in between the historical buildings, but you must find it when you are in Brunico. It has great choice of excellent shops and restaurants. The buildings are beautiful and the street has a charm.
I come here many times and it is always enjoyable to stroll along the medieval streets looking at splendid palaces, fortified gates and really nice churches. The castle on top of the hill is a gem as well as the nearby war cemetery.
This is about a km long ancient street, with medieval tower, gates and building, castles over the near hill and mountains on the other side. It has several restaurants, wine bars and some local unique shops and boutique. It can be crowded in the summer...More