Place of diversity
Mediterranean mountain and cultural world

Meraner Land

Mediterranean mountain and cultural world

Wild, snow-capped mountain peaks next to palm trees, Mediterranean culture paired with Nordic thoroughness
For over 700 years, the city nestles on the slopes of the mountain peaks of the Texel group, which protects the city from the cold winds of the north. The hills of the city were already inhabited by the Romans. In the Middle Ages, Merano was the residence of the Counts of Tyrol. At the end of the 19th century, Empress Sissis made the city a health resort and thus an international reference point that reached to Moscow.

The eventful history has left many traces: the walls of the medieval city gates, wonderful parks with unique trees and many castles and palaces. First and foremost Castle Tyrol, the princely castle and, of course, Trauttmansdorff Castle, the residence of the Empress with the much-praised botanical gardens.

Numerous great artists and personalities have visited Merano in the last 150 years and the aura of the city radiates their presence today

Meraner Land

Historic Position

Embedded in the landscapes of Merano's residential district of Obermais, Hotel Juliane borders the palaces and villas of the nobility in the wake of Empress Sissi.

Special information

Whether it's tour suggestions, tips on driving and bus timetables or the organization of tickets: our highly trained staff will help you in every situation.

Strategic location

Hotel Juliane is perfectly located to reach the sights of Merano and the Burgraviato in a few minutes and to tackle numerous hikes and bike tours.