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Art and history in Alta Badia

Museums, churches, architectural gems and geological sites in Alta Badia

It is definitely worth mentioning that the Val Badia valley, with just over 10,000 inhabitants has many interesting visual artists. So for example the sculptor Lois Anvidalfarei and Gilbert Prousch from the artist couple Gilbert & George.

Alta Badia in upper Val Badia valley is characterised by its unique nature which is itself worth a visit. If you seek cultural holidays, Alta Badia offers various art-historical attractions such as churches, museums, architectonically interesting squares and geological sites.

Are you interested in art and culture and are they part of your holiday? With the Museumcard Südtirol you can visit more than 80 museums in South Tyrol, including the museums in Val Badia, the Museum Ladin Ciastel de Tor and the Museum Ladin Ursus ladinicus.

Do you like to travel by public transport during your stay and plan to visit South Tyrol's museums? The MuseumobilCard Südtirol is made for you.

Sites and places of interest that speak of history and culture

Along the Dolomites themed trails

Along the Dolomites themed trails
Along the Dolomites themed trails

Our themed walks are a good opportunity to learn more about the culture and traditions of the Ladin people, about the fauna and flora and about the history and geology of the Dolomites. Read more ...

In the Val d'ert - SMACH Artists' Valley

In the Val d'ert - SMACH Artists' Valley

The Val dl'Ert valley, the ladin name for artists valley, is a sculpture park in San Martino. You can visit the exhibition of sculptures of artists from all over the world walking through an alpine forest, in a remote and unspoilt place. The works, a selection of pieces exhibited at past editions of the SMACH competition, form an open-air art festival where different types of art are presented, including concerts and lectures in a continuous dialogue. Read more ...