Only 2 km separate Brunico/Bruneck from the Rubner’s Hotel Rudolf. The so-called pearl of the Puster Valley can be reached by car, with public transport (the bus stop is just 100 metres away from our hotel) or even by foot with a 30-minutes stroll.
This medieval town is definitely worth a visit. Visitors with an interest in history can book a guided tour of the town – we are happy to arrange that, if desired. The tour negotiates through the streets of the old town and leads to the four, well-preserved city gates, the Ursuline church, the historic city alley and over the former moat all the way up to the Castle of Brunico, dating back to the 13th century and now house to one of the Messner Mountain Museen These are just a few examples, for the town of Brunico/Bruneck brims with attractions.
If you wish to sprinkle your holidays in South Tyrol with cultural highlights, you can have your pick of the town’s best offerings, including theatre, cinema, art exhibitions, museums, and an array of different events such as the biennial townfestival (“Stadtfest”). Sports events do not fall short either, with hockey and soccer being particularly in vogue. Apropos soccer: every year the pros of the Italian Serie A choose Riscone/Reischach for their training camp.
As is the case in any of Italy’s hotel destinations, culinary events never fail to lure and delight visitors and residents.
Italy’s holiday destinations are known to inspire a certain spending spree. If you feel like a shopping tour, Brunico/Bruneck with its historic alley and its frescoed, bay-windowed houses provides a charming backdrop for your holiday purchases.