Princes' Castle

Via Galilei,
Tel. +39 329 0186390;
www.gemeinde.meran.bz.it/
de/landesfuerstliche–burg.asp It was the residence of the Prince of Tyrol since 1470 and it is one of the most remarkable testaments of the Merano of the past centuries. It is one of the most complete and better preserved among the castles of Alto Adige. To be seen inside are some historical weapons from the 14th – 17th centuries, some old chests and other artworks from the 15th – 16th centuries
and the emperor’s room with a large precious majolica stove from the 15th century (one of the oldest still existent ones). Open between April 11th 2017 and January 6th 2018. Thu–Sat 10.30 a.m–5 p.m.; Sun and bank holidays 10.30 a.m–1 p.m; Mon closed.

description to arrive at destination

You can reach Merano by car: from the north Munich – Rosenheim – Kufstein (A12 Inntal Freeway, obligatory toll) – Innsbruck (A13 Brenner Freeway, obligatory toll) – Brenner (A22 Brenner Freeway, obligatory toll) – Bolzano (Exit Bolzano South) – Merano (MEBO-Highway) Munich – Garmisch – Innsbruck – Brenner (A22 Brenner Freeway, obligatory toll) – Bolzano (Exit Bolzano South) – Merano (MEBO-Highway) Alternative: Brenner – Vipiteno – Passo Giovo – Val Passiria – Merano Ötztal – Passo Rombo – Val Passiria – Merano from the west Ulm – Kempten – Füssen – Fernpass – Imst – Landeck – Passo Resia (State Road 40 + 38) – Merano Bregenz – Feldkirch – Arlberg – Landeck – Passo Resia (State Road 40 + 38) – Merano St. Moritz – Ofenpass – Münster – Taufers in Muenster – Glorenza – Merano Zurich – Landquart – Klosters – Vereinatunnel – Zernez – Ofenpass – Münster – Taufers in Münster – Glorenza – Merano from the east Lienz – Innichen – Val Pusteria (State Road 49) – (A22 Brenner Freeway, obligatory toll) Bolzano – Merano (MEBO-Highway) – Merano.

Opening hours 2019: 16 april 2019 - 6 januari 2020
 
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