PLACES WORTH SEEING
Il conceals the remains of an early Christian, Medieval and Romanesque (1180) basilica. The bell tower is 65 m tall and built in sandstone. Next to the precious liturgical vestments and gonfalons, the museum also stands out for its precious jewels from the 18th century. Opening time: Tue–Sat 10–12 am.
The Dominican order build 1272 a church with a single nave inside a convent which branches off into different chapels. The church preserves prestigious examples of art from the 14th century, special the Chapel of Saint John and some frescoes made by Friedrich Pacher around 1496.
completed 1808 and named Walther von der Vogelweide (one of the most important German poets 1170-1230) in 1901. Walther von der Vogelweide statue was built using local white marble by Heinrich Natter, a sculptor from Vinschgau in 1889.
- Waltherplatz/Piazza Walther: Farmer´s market (penultimate Saturday in October
- Town Center: Autumn market second Sunday in October
- Corso Libertá/Freiheitsstrasse: St. Martins Market (Sunday after 11th November)
- Via Resi/Reschenstrasse: Beekeeper´s (8th December)
- Corso Libertà/Freiheitsstrasse: Golden Sunday Market
- Waltherplatz/Piazza Walther and Town Center: Christmas Market (26th November-23rd December)
- Daily marktes - Obstmarkt-Piazza delle erbe: fruit, vegetables, flowers and grocerieS, Closed on Sunday
- Weekly markets on Saturday: Siegesplatz/Piazza della Vittoria - fruit, vegetables, groceries, clothing, household items and gadgets
- Farmer´s Market during all the year - fruit, vegetables, seasoning herbs, cheese – directly from the farmer´s; Piazza Municipio/Rathausplatz on Friday
- Biological products market - directly from certified producers: Rathausplatz/Piazza Municipio; every Thuesday 7,30 am - 13,00 pm
- Secondhand and handicraft´s markets - along the promenad Lungotalvera: each first and third Saturday; not hold in July and August