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Our personal recommendations

Everyone in South Tyrol – and everyone at the Greif – has their own favourite spot in the town or surrounding countryside. We won’t give all our secrets away, but we will share a few.
Freiraum Mumi

Freiraum Mumi

The osteria Freiraum Mumi awaits you with wine, snacks and vibes. Michael loves to welcome you into his world of wine. From Griesbauerhof wines to international rarities, you may taste different wines accompanied by homemade focaccia and bruschetta garnished with vegetables from our garden. Music included.
A glass at Lisa's

A glass at Lisa's

Always friendly, cheerful and best-informed: this is Lisa. The wine boutique, named after her, in Via Dr. Streiter is the place to be for a glass – or two. Easily an aperitivo transforms into a tasting with a new favourite at its end – one that can’t be missing back home.
Ice, ice, baby

Ice, ice, baby

Who says about himself „I’m ice cream“ must love his profession. Bolzano native Paolo Coletto and it’s artisan ice cream workshop Avalon in Corso Libertà are know beyond the city. There is a story to tell behind every flavour. Curious? Click hear to read more.
Sweet temptation

Sweet temptation

A must try for chocolate lovers! The tiny pastry shop Cadario in Via Latemar uses only best, natural products. Every single handmade cupcake and praline is a real masterpiece. Almost too good-looking to eat. Almost.

A real eye-catcher at all our brithday partys at Grifoncino Cocktail Bar.
Dumpling variation

Dumpling variation

Why choose one if you can have all three of them? Beetroot, spinach and cheese. The Restaurant "Vögele" in the city centre is our very favourit when it comes to the South Tyrolean classic. Dumplings, Schlutzkrapfen and many more are served in the traditional wood covered Stube or outside under the historic archades of Bolzano.
Bolzano Fairytale

Bolzano Fairytale

According to the legend, dwarf king Laurin destroyed his rose garden with a curse. Neither the bright day nor the dark night should ever again see the magnificene of his roses. Only barren, pale rocks, should remain. However, Laurin forgott to inlcude the twilight between day and night…

Be at the Talfer bridge just before sunset and - with a little luck - the Catinaccio Massif in front of you will be illuminated with a blaze of red light. The murals to the story you find at the Laurin Bar.
A sea of blossoms

A sea of blossoms

From mid March to mid April all eyes are on the „Meraner Röschen“, a special rose in the private park of sister hotel Laurin. Impressively it winds itself up to the top of a century old cedar from Libanon. Coundless tender, light yellow roses cover the tree up and are our very special herald of Spring.
Alois Lageder’s Paradais

Alois Lageder’s Paradais

At the end of the South Tyrolean wine road, at Magreid, it awaits you a very special inner courtyard. Here, at the winery Alois Lageder“ the focus is on a biodynamic agriculture, that respects the people, animals and the circles of nature. Stop by for a wine tasting and a light lunch at the organic certifed restaurant.

Our event tipp: SUMMA – meet top winemakers from all over the world.
Coffee made in South Tyrol

Coffee made in South Tyrol

Because good, is not good enough. Valentin Hofer is Italy’s first Chief Coffee Sommelier. In his rostery, shop, coffeseum and training centre „Caroma“ in Fiè he is in constant search for the highest quality. Our favourit on the breakfast table: Bio Fair Trade 100% Arrabica.
On the traces of history

On the traces of history

Castel d’Appiano, Castel Boymont and Castel Corba: the Three Castel Trail at Appiano is perfect for a little walk. Especially in Spring and Autumn, when the leaves shine in the brightes colours.

Castel d’Appiano is known for it’s stunning view over Bolzano, best enjoyed on the sunny terrace by a traditional South Tyrolean lunch. Meanwhile the courtyards are a great playground for kids - full of adventure.
Walking time: 2 hours (total)

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Our hotel is in a pedestrian precinct in the centre of Bolzano. To find us, follow the instructions below.
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Hotel Greif
Bozen-BolzanoSouth Tyrol, Italy
Walther Square
+39 0471 318 000+39 0471 318 148
VAT IT00299540211
Opening hours
Monday – Friday 7am – 10.30am
Saturday – Sunday 7.30am – 11am

Grifoncino Cocktail Bar & Rooftop Lounge
5pm – midnight
Closed on Sundays

Open all hours. Check in from 3pm, check out by 12 noon

Restaurant Laurin
Monday – Saturday 12 noon – 2.30 pm; 7 pm – 10.30 pm
May to September + December: Sunday 7 pm – 10.30 pm
October to April: closed on Sundays
By car
From the north : Munich – Rosenheim – Kufstein (A 12 Inntal autobahn, tolls apply) – Innsbruck (A 13 Brenner autobahn, tolls apply) – Brenner (A 22 Brenner autobahn, tolls apply) – exit Bolzano Nord
From the south : A22 Brenner autobahn (tolls apply) Modena – Verona – Trento - exit Bolzano Süd.

GPS Long. 11.340000 Lat. 46.480000

It takes ten minutes to reach the hotel once you leave the motorway. Drive to the railway station and turn right into Bahnhofsallee at the traffic island. Enter this address in your satnav to avoid the pedestrian precinct (VBZ). Enter the public underground car park P3 Walther Platz at the end of the street. Take the lift from the first floor straight to the hotel. All-day (24 hour) parking costs EUR 21. There are no reserved places for the hotel.

You’re welcome to stop outside the hotel entrance (Raingasse) to load or offload luggage. The hotel is in a pedestrian precinct, so we’ll need your vehicle registration number. We regret we cannot accept liability for parking tickets due to overstays or miscommunication.

A22 Brenner autobahn toll-free number (from Italy only) - 800 279 940
from D/A/NL - 00 800 220 220 22
Traffic news: South Tyrol traffic centre, Bolzano
Tel. + 39 0471 200 198
By rail
International connections to Hauptbahnhof Bolzano, 5 minutes’ walk from Hotel Greif.
via Munich – Innsbruck – Brenner – Bolzano
via Zurich – Innsbruck – Brenner – Bolzano
via Vienna – Innsbruck – Brenner – Bolzano
via Linz – Salzburg – Innsbruck – Brenner – Bolzano

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By air
Distances from airports:

Innsbruck (A) - 120 km
Munich (D) - 320 km
Verona/ V. Catullo - 150 km
Treviso - 280 km
Venice/M.Polo - 275 km
Bergamo/Orio al Serio - 255 km
Milan - 284 km

Airport shuttle bus:
Südtirol Bus offers fast, convenient connections between Bolzano and these airports: Munich, Verona, Bergamo and Milan Malpensa.

Skyalps offers direct flights to Bolzano from: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Bruxelles, Copenhagen, London
By coach
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