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Bruneck is situated at 835 m above sea level in the province of Trentino-South Tyrol. The community has 14.535 inhabitants and covers an area of 45,1 km².
Mean annual temperature is 11 degree Celsius, annual precipitation is 701,6 mm. Rainfall is at its highest in July at 92,5 mm, at its lowest in January at 25,6 mm. It’s warmest in July, coolest in January.
This picturesque little town in the centre of the Puster Valley lies at the bottom of the famous Kronplatz skiing mountain surrounded only by the unique rock formations of the Dolomite Alps.
The historic town centre, the medieval rows of houses, remains of the curtain wall and four town gates give evidence of the town’s importance already in the Middle Ages. Tourism has always been the most important branch of business. Bruneck and its environs, therefore, offer most modern tourism infrastructure, many restaurants and cafés.
Bruneck is a designated centre of culture with exhibitions of famous artists, theatre festivals and events by young local artists.
Beautiful big castle enclosed by a strong wall with towers, located on an easily accessible hill above the town. Main entrance to the castle is the south gate which once was accessible by a drawbridge.
Main business street in Bruneck with picturesque medieval buildings; note different end wall constructions.
Events in Bruneck
The programme includes many events, such as concerts by marching bands in the Tschurtschentahl Park, classical concerts at ‘Ragenhaus’, castle concerts, open air cinema, multi-vision show, poetry reading, mushroom exhibition and lots more. How about visiting the town theatre or exhibitions at ‘Ragenhaus’. Whether it’s folk, culture or classic – there’s something for everyone. Night owls will love the town’s pubs and bars.
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