Italian cuisine hardly needs any introduction. Here in South Tyrol, however, Italian food takes on a quite distinctive taste. Being the borderland between Italy and Austria has its privileges, and this is particularly true when it comes to food. While on holiday in the Alps, you will be treated to the irresistible combination of succulent Mediterranean delicacies and Alpine recipes. Do not be surprised when, comfortably seated at the restaurant table, you find that tiramisu happily shares the menu with apple strudel, and spaghetti are an alternative to Schlutzer. Your discovery journey into the realm of South Tyrolean cuisine will begin in the morning with a lavish breakfast buffet, continue in the afternoon with the Rudolf vital break, and culminate in the evening with an exquisite 4- or 5-course menu.
“Enjoy” is the watchword here at Rubner’s Hotel Rudolf, and the perfect synthesis of what we believe holidays in the Alps are all about. A concept that includes culinary pleasures as a part of the South Tyrolean joie de vivre, which you will get to know – along with the local culture and traditions – during your stay in the Puster Valley.
Thanks to its location just 2 km from Brunico/Bruneck, the hometown of famous painter Michael Pacher, our hotel is a most convenient starting point to enjoy the variety of cultural attractions in the area, as well as to enrich your holidays in the Alps with numerous shopping and lifestyle highlights.
As you will soon discover once in South Tyrol, the encounter between the northern and the southern world is not confined to the kitchen. But that’s another story we’d rather let you discover first-hand …