Very characteristic town and church, relatively close to the station
Surrounded by mountains and beautiful scenery, Bolzano is said to be a city with a high happiness index. . The cathedral and Rome are naturally incomparable, just look outside. There are no master paintings inside.
The exquisite six-pointed bell tower and superb architectural craftsmanship are known as one of the most outstanding Gothic buildings.
# ITALY旅行# [Bolzano, meet the "Austria town" in Italy] Bolzano is the capital of South Tyrol in northern Italy, close to the Austrian border and north-northwest of Venice. Since 1964 it has been the residence of the bishop of the newly established Catholic Province of Bolzano. This is a tourist attraction, famous for its sights in the Alps. It is also the only city in Italy that speaks German. The street names are juxtaposed in both Italian and German, and it is an antique town. Similar to most small towns in Europe, there are churches, retro buildings, and a square. It is said that Bolzano is a very strange city. It is close to Austria and has many ski resorts. Most of the local residents speak German, and the restaurant menu also has German. In the eyes of Italians, it has a German atmosphere; in the eyes of Germans, it is a good place to spend a holiday in Italy. However, for us tourists who pass by in a hurry, the feeling is not strong, only that the architectural style of the building is indeed full of the style of the Austrian town. The town is also in the ZTL area, so I found an underground parking lot to park the car and walked to Watt Square. Bolzano Cathedral (Bolzano Cathedral) is right next to Watt Square. This Romanesque church was built in the 12th century and is known as one of the most outstanding Gothic buildings. Watt Square is named after the European medieval poet Walther von der Vogelweide (Walther von der Vogelweide), and his statue stands in the center of the square. There are restaurants and restaurants around the square. With flowers on its back, the statue looks at the majestic cathedral. Due to its border with Austria, it is also compatible with many Austrian styles. The buildings are full of the style of Austrian small towns, and the goods displayed on the street are full of German and Austrian characteristics. Even some flavored snacks continue the traditions of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.