Welcome to Val Pusteria
Running from the junction of the Valle Isarco at Bressanone (Brixen) to San Candido (Innichen) in the far east, the narrow, verdant Val Pusteria is profoundly Tyrolean and almost entirely German speaking and is a gentle, traditional alternative to the more glamorous Dolomiti resorts during the ski season, with plenty to do in summer, too.Dobbiaco (Toblach), where Gustav Mahler once holed up and wrote his troubled... Read More
Top experiences in Val Pusteria
Val Pusteria activities
Horseback Riding Lesson in Pusteria Valley
If you're in the beautiful area of Val Pusteria or Cortina d'Ampezzo and would like to try something different, why not enjoying a particular horseback riding lesson?This activity is specifically addressed to all beginners who want to start learning how to ride a horse, having at the same time a beautiful experience on the picturesque paths in Val Pusteria. The whole thing will last for about 25 minutes, but will allow you to both have a quick introductory session on how to ride your horse, slowly and safely, and also a short riding on a track chosen by your expert instructor.