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Must-sees from Meran to Brixen

There are plenty of things to see in the Eisack Valley, from natural masterpieces to quaint villages and cultural gems. Here is a selection of what you cannot miss while on holiday here at the Pennhof!
From Seiser Alm to Gröden
Known as Europe's largest high plateau, the Seiser Alm enchants locals and guests alike with its vast expanses and the imposing peaks of the Schlern Massif. In summer, the verdant meadows invite for long walks, while in winter, the alpine meadows transform into a romantic snow-covered landscape. To preserve the sustainability of the landscape, the Seiser Alm can only be reached by cable car or shuttle bus.
Gröden, the home of Luis Trenker
Gröden, with its villages St. Ulrich, St. Christina and Wolkenstein, is rustic yet modern. The valley is world famous for its spectacular ski areas, such as the Sellaronda, and its traditional wood carvings. Gröden is one of the few areas where Ladin, a Rhaeto-Romanic language with a history stretching back thousands of years, is still spoken.
Silent contemporary witnesses
Castles and medieval buildings make the Eisack Valley a witness to times past. The Säben monastery, near Klausen, towers on a high hill and is one of the things to see in the Eisack Valley.
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