Max. 6 guests | 60 m² | 1 bathroom | 2 bedrooms

The charming Apfelblüte Apartment in Tramin in South Tyrol for up to 6 guests consists of a fully equipped kitchen connected to the living room with sofa and satellite TV, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a large balcony overlooking the valley and the nearby mountains.

The advantage of Apartment Apfelblüte in Tramin is primarily the family atmosphere, which prevails on the Hanna holiday farm. The centre of Tramin can be reached in a minute and you can find a grocery store across the street. What is important is the ideal accommodation for a dog holiday in Tramin, because you can take your dog with you here.

Holiday in a vineyard in Tramin

A famous variety of wine comes from Tramin. This is where the oldest Italian wine trail leads, which connects sixteen villages around Bolzano and represents the local wine culture from 3000 years ago. Twelve per cent of the apple harvest in the entire European Union is also harvested in South Tyrol. Locals say that in spring the delicate but intense scent of hundreds of thousands of flowering apple trees rises high in the mountains. In any case, drinking delicious wine from the village of Tramin and an incredibly pleasant experience. A holiday with wine tasting in Tramin is a great idea.

Family holiday in Tramin

But Tramin itself is also an unusual place for a family holiday in South Tyrol. Give your children history lessons. The small square is dominated by the town hall and the church, which was built in the 15th century. St. Julitte and Cyric Church. Saint Julitte and her three-year-old son Cyrus (or Qirico) fell victim to the persecution of Christians by the Diocletian around 305 in Tarsus, Asia Minor.

From the square there are alleyways with houses whose foundations date back to the Middle Ages. There is a board with basic information about each historically valuable building. According to the book guide, the village existed already in 850. In 1214, Bishop Trenta Friedrich von Wangen had a castle with wine cellars built on the hill where St. James’ church stands today.

St. James Church is the most visited monument in Tramin. Firstly, because it offers a beautiful view of the village and the Adige valley, and secondly, because it is an object of great artistic and historical value. Despite later modifications, it has retained its original Romanesque building elements. However, the frescoes in the interior are particularly unusual. They come from the 13th – 15th century and the part marked “Beastarium” is particularly unique. According to the guide it may be a warning against drinking too much wine, something like the medieval enlightenment.

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