Bressanone ("Brixen" in German) is a beautiful location for this unique meeting. Located in the heart of South Tyrol (in northern Italy), Bressanone is situated in a wide valley basin where the Eisack and Reinz rivers meet. It is the third largest city and the oldest town in the province, which served as a relaxing stopover for emperors on their travels.
The city center offers a compelling mix of joie-de-vivre and cultural attractions. The mild climate of the Isarco valley helps vineyards and fruit orchards flourish, and when you travel just beyond the city, you will encounter gorgeous vistas and refreshing experiences in the world of nature.
In September, the climate in the Bressanone area is usually mild and sunny with temperatures
ranging between 18°C (65°F) and 25°C (77°F). Visitors are most comfortable with a light
jacket or coat. An all-weather coat will take the chill off cool evenings and rainy days. Be
aware that Bressanone is around 560 meters (1837 feet) above see level in the Dolomite
mountains; therefore comfortable shoes, warm sweaters and a water-proof jacket are
Museo Diocesano/Hofburg, Piazza Palazzo Vescovile 2 - open everyday except Monday 10.00-17.00
Museo della Farmacia, Via Ponte Aquila 4 - open Tuesday & Wednesday 14.00-18.00 and Saturday
Most are open Monday=Friday, 9:00 -13.00 and 14.30-19.00 and on Saturday, 09.00-13.00 and
14.00/18.00. They are closed on Sunday.
The major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Eurocard) are widely accepted in Italy, while AMEX
is rarely accepted. Hotels, shops and restaurants have signs or stickers at the entrance
showing which credit cards are accepted.
For more information about the city, please contact the Bressanone Tourism