Need a rest?
A place of peace and relaxation where you can forget your day-to-day concerns…
We want to provide you with an oasis of peace – a place where you can relax and forget your day-to-day concerns. There’s no better place to do that than at the Gasthof zum Löwen-Post in South Tyrol. For a pleasant and comfortable holiday, far from the hustle and bustle of “regular” life. The perfect balance of informality and quality are unique: You can enjoy our simple, honest, and somewhat informal South Tyrolean hospitality – but are also sure to appreciate the hotel’s beautiful esthetics, the commitment to excellence, and the high-quality, regional products.
Do your health a favor and enjoy the alpine wellness
The “Five Principles” of Kneipp therapy include water, movement, therapeutic plants, nutrition, and order. Come and visit the public Kneipp health center in Truden / Trodena, just a few minutes from our hotel, and experience for yourself the beneficial properties of water for your health and sense of well-being. There’s a water-treading basin, facial and arm basin, cold shower, etc. – in short, everything you need to undergo the water treatments devised by Pastor Kneipp.
When the kids are busy having fun, parents rejoice!
At the recently constructed Adventure Playground in the “Runggen” recreational zone – directly across from the Kneipp health center – there’s a lot for your children to discover. It’s a magical place that the kids are sure to love. And there are plenty of places for them to sit or rest for a while so that they won’t run out of energy.
Want to go for a dip?
During your summer holiday in the natural paradise of South Tyrol, you will find the warmest bathing lakes in the Alps. Swimming enthusiasts will love Lake Kaltern / Caldaro, Lake Göller, or any of the numerous mountain lakes in the nearby province of Trentino and Lake Garda. The whole family is guaranteed a great time! There are public swimming pools in neighboring villages, too. So your swimming vacation in South Tyrol is ready to start!
The Bletterbach Geoparc and the UNESCO World Nature Heritage Site of the Dolomites
The “Grand Canyon of South Tyrol” will provide you with a fascinating look inside the mountains, a better understanding of the fascinating world of minerals and stones, and a glimpse inside the structure of the Dolomites. It’s South Tyrol’s largest gorge, and has been declared a World Nature Heritage Site by UNESCO. The special aspect of the Bletterbach Geoparc is that you can examine the various different layers of rock and learn how the Dolomites were formed as though you were leafing through the pages of a book.
Bozen / Bolzano – The meetingplace of two cultures
Bozen / Bolzano – the capital city of South Tyrol – combines Mediterranean flair with cultural aspects of northern Europe. This successful blend of esthetics is a big part of the city’s charm. And it also offers a wealth of sightseeing destinations that art history buffs won’t want to miss. While you wander among the quaint arcades for which the city is famous and through the romantic lanes and narrow streets of the historic “Old Town,” you’ll understand what makes it so special.
Ötzi – The "Ice-Man"
Ötzi, the “Ice-Man” found in the Similaun glacier, can be viewed at Bozen’s Archeological Museum. Besides visiting Ötzi – the most-famous son of South Tyrol – you can also learn a lot more about the history and present day of this region. The museum is home to a number of interesting specimens dating back to the Paleolithic and Mesolithic epochs.
Trautmannsdorf – Perhaps Europe's most visually-stunning gardens
There’s no debate that the botanical gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle are the highpoint of any visit to South Tyrol. Here you will find more than 80 different garden landscapes reflecting the typical flora of South Tyrol. You definitely should visit the beautiful castle with its exhibition on the history of tourism in the province.
The resort town of Meran / Merano
The name of the resort town of Meran / Merano refers to the pleasant and mild climate prevailing here. Every year, numerous visitors come to this city, which is characterized by its Mediterranean vegetation. Besides the historical “Kurhaus” and the interesting arcades where you can go on a shopping spree, in particular the thermal baths shouldn’t be missed.