Best of our trip to south-tyrol – Bolzano….
^pullover H&M / jeans H&M / bag Carpisa / heels old similar here / watch Michael Kors^
^our hotel the Eggentaler^
^outside dining area^
^small alley with shops^
^church chiesa del sacro cuore^
^front of the apartment buildings – so pretty^
^small park in the city^
^small alley with lots of arcs^
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today I am writing about the second city we went to while our trip to south-tyrol, to Bolzano. You can view last weeks post about Bressanone here.
We only had one day and one night to stay in Bolzano. So after checking-out at our hotel in Bressanone we went on a half hour drive to get to our next destination. The Eggentaler hotel in Bolzano. It was a really nice hotel. Nondescript on the outside but wow in the inside. A really modern hotel with a countryfied twist. I don´t know if that makes sense to you, you probably gotta see it on your own.
After checking-in we went directly to the city centre. I especially wanted to go to Bolzano cause they have my two favorite stores in Italy – Kiko Milano and Carpisa. They really have some beautiful pieces of make-up and handbags there.
After shopping we went to a big place in the middle of the city where all the restaurants and coffees where located and had some lunch. The view was amazing. You can have a look at all the old buildings and at the same time you can see the mountains very clear since you are at the lowest point in the valley.
The weather wasn´t so nice. It rained from time to time but it was still warm so we didn´t mind. We went back to the hotel and rested a little before we went back into the city to have some food. It was a completet different scenery in the evening cause they where almost no people left. We had a quick dinner and went back to the hotel as a big thunderstorm started, although we had to pack for the next day cause I wanted to get to Merano as early as possible in the next morning so I wouldn´t miss the market.
The buildings are really pretty although I think they aren´t as typically Italian as they would be way down south. They have lots of arcs and underpasses on their main streets.
This really was a quick round up today but as I mentioned we only had one full day there so we didn´t do this much.
The last city we went to will be up next week. So stay tuned.
As always thanks for stopping by.
Take care. See you.