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Bolzano is a city in the province of South Tyrol, in northern Italy, located in a valley surrounded by hills covered with vineyards. It is a gateway to the Dolomite chain in the Italian Alps. In the centre of the medieval city, the South Tyrolean Archaeological Museum houses the Neolithic mummy called Ötzi, the ice man. Nearby are the imposing Mareccio Castle, built in the 13th century, and Duomo di Bolzano Cathedral, with its Romanesque and Gothic architecture.
In order for your peaceful trip, AEROAFFAIRES tells you everything you need to know about Bolzano Airport.
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Location & access
The Bolzano Airport:
- IATA code: BZO
- ICAO code: LIPB
A civilian and military airport serving the city of Bolzano, in the Trentino-Alto Adige region of Italy.
The airport is located 6 km south of the city centre. Motorists will take the A22/E45 motorway to South Bolzano and follow the signs to the airport.
Closest cities: Trento (46 km), Innsbruck (90 km)
The Aeroporto di Bolzano-Dolomiti, also known as the Aeroporto di San Giacomo, is a small airport in the northeastern region of Italy, Trentino Alto Adige. It is located near the regional capital of the same name: Bolzano
Bolzano Bozen has a runway length of 1300 metres and can accommodate turboprop engines. No private jets in Public Transport may land.
Bolzano’s two faces are fascinating. Two true and proper souls living together perfectly, a continuous cultural and linguistic exchange. For centuries, this capital city was a privileged centre of exchanges between the Italian provinces and the Germanic countries.
The cuisine of South Tyrol and in particular Bolzano combines the traditions of Central Europe with those of the Mediterranean. In autumn, there is still a special tradition, that of the “Törggelen”: at harvest time, the typical farms offer their seasonal products, such as speck – raw smoked bacon -, sweet wine and of course new wine.
Stay at Palace Merano in the heart of Merano, an Italian city of about 38,200 inhabitants located in the autonomous province of Bolzano in the region of Trentino Alto Adige in northeast Italy. Merano is best known as the main spa town in Trentino Alto Adige, north of the Po plain.