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Where is Bolzano?
Bolzano, called the door of the Dolomites, is located in South Tyrol – Italy, and is an autonomous province. It is situated at 265 meters above sea level between the Sarentina, Isarco and Adige valleys. Bolzano’s climate is continental with little rainfall.
In 2018, according to the Legambiente report, it ranked second in the ranking of the best cities in Italy both for the quality of the environment and for the quality of life.
Brief mention of Bolzano History
Bolzano has a long history, the first settlements date back to prehistoric times. Even in the Roman period there are elements that date back the first conquests of General Drusus around 15 BC
A major development occurs during the Middle Ages, in the early Middle Ages with real organized settlements.
It borders the municipalities of Appiano on the Wine Route, Cornedo all’Isarco, Laives, Nova Ponente, Renon, San Genesio Atesino, Terlano, Vadena.
The areas of Bolzano
Centro-Piani-Rencio (Zentrum-Bozner Boden-Rentsch)
Don Bosco/Bozner Au
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How to get to Bolzano?
Many tourists come to Bolzano or to the mountains in the localities near Bolzano during the year. Here’s how you can reach our town.
Reaching Bolzano is very easy and convenient thanks to the Brenner motorway A22 (exit Bolzano South and Bolzano North) – E45 or state road 12 and SS241.
The train station is very convenient thanks to the various Eurocity trains that connect Bolzano to Naples, Rome, Milan, Venice, Verona, Munich.
The nearest airports to Bolzano are Verona, Bergamo, Innsbruck, and then reach our city by shuttle or train.
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