Cozy paths with wonderful views

Merano invites you to walk in numerous paths, on which one can enjoy great panoramic views and let the soul dangle.

Canal routes

The three large streets of the canals, the canals that bring water to the fields in the mountain slopes, around Merano, Lagundo, Marlengo and Maia Alta have more of a walk than a hike in the mountains.


Following the  Passer river in the upstream direction you reach the Gilf gorge, a narrow valley with a terrain jump towards the Passeiertal. Sandwiched between rocks, the river must pass through narrow walls of rock to reach the city.

Summer promenade

Just opposite the winter promenade on the other side of the river is the summer promenade. Looking north and adorned by large, shady trees, this path promises tolerable temperatures in midsummer.


The queen among the promenades is the Tappeinerweg, which winds along the hillside over 4 km above Merano. The walk not only offers a fantastic Mediterranean flora, but also great views of the historical center of Merano, the Burggrafenamt and the mountain peaks of the Texelgroup in the background. 

Winter promenade

Orographisch right of the Passer, the river that divides the city of Merano, is the winter promenade with its loggia. Built in the 60s of the 19th century, the loggia is a successful expression of Art Nouveau and impresses with the large paintings of various sights of South Tyrol.
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