Holiday villas in Italy: Bolzano

The province of Bolzano has unique nature, charming villages and an authentic local culture. Book your very own Italian holiday villas near the provincial capital of Bolzano and explore one of the best regions in Italy. Guests can enjoy a number of activities here, including hiking in the magnificent countryside, or discovering the extraordinarily interwoven cultures of the Ladin, Germans and Italians. Explore the architecture of the houses and arches, to the streets and squares combining the culture of the Mediterranean region with the culture of Central Europe. Whether your holiday lettings are taken in a stylish apartment or a luxurious villa, you are sure to enjoy such a beautiful and multi-faceted area.

Italian country cottages and nature

Bolzano, famed by impressive mountains, is a fascinating city. It was founded by numerous independent communities that are still recognisable in their differences in the historic areas of the five boroughs. Spend your holidays in Italian holiday villas taking long walks, whether in the city or the great outdoors. Enjoy the confluence of the rivers Etsch, Eisack and Talfer, which give Bolzano a really special character. Along the rivers, guests will find Italy villas to rent perfect for walking, those who enjoy animal spotting and those seeking a relaxed atmosphere. From fishing to forest holidays, Bolzano is a fantastic option.

Amazing attractions near Italy villas

The most significant attraction of Bolzano is the Cathedral of the Assumption, which dates back to the 12th century. The large church with its Gothic tower and the imposing dome is one of the finest in the region. Built by citizens, the church has a fascinating history, which is reflected in the precious cathedral treasures stored there. If you go on holiday and stay at Italian country cottages in the winter, you can visit the famous Christmas market with the charming wooden houses, treats and artwork products by the adjacent Walther Square. Enjoy cycling holidays and take a bike tour around the area, or simply go on foot.

Something for everyone

Walther Square is considered a living room of the city, as a kind of figurehead. Every year in Bolzano Flower Market, you are invited to be intoxicated by the seductive colours and fragrances of floral species. Walther square was named after the poet Walther von der Vogelweide, whose statue can be found in the square in the middle. Here there are famous inns where one is reminded of the turbulent history of South Tyrol: once marched in the square Bavarian, Austro-Hungarian, German and Italian armies holding their celebrations for emperors, kings, and politicians. If you are a real fan of architecture and history, you may even enjoy a trip here from one of our Venice apartments or apartments in Rome.