Your winter holiday in Merano/Meran is booked, your suitcases are almost packed, but you haven’t thought about how you would like to spend your winter holiday in Merano/Meran in detail? No problem – we have a few good suggestions and tips for you and your loved ones. No matter whether you come as a couple, with your best friends, or the whole family: a winter holiday in Merano/Meran has something to offer to everyone, which will be sure to excite you.
Passionate skiers and snowboarders prefer to spend their skiing holidays in Merano/Meran on the slopes in the surrounding area. Merano 2000, the Val Senales/Schnalstal glacier, the Plan/Pfelders ski area in Val Passiria/Passeiertal, the Schwemmalm in the Val d'Ultimo/Ultental, and the car-free Monte San Vigilio/Vigiljoch near Lana are the closest areas for all ski fans who spend their winter holidays in Merano/Meran. Fun on the slopes deluxe, South Tyrolean delicacies in the huts, the view of the snow-covered mountains, and rapid descents are just some of the best parts of your skiing holiday in Merano/Meran.
Tobogganists, cross-country skiers, ski tourers, snowshoe hikers, and ice skaters will also get their money’s worth during their winter holiday in Merano/Meran. You can have fun on the toboggan runs of the ski areas, on the perfectly groomed cross-country ski runs at all altitudes, as well as in the Meranarena and during the Christmas season, on the Piazza Terma. Happy faces and red cheeks are guaranteed!