Glurns – the smallest town in South Tyrol
Have you ever been to Glurns? The smallest town in South Tyrol looks back on an eventful history and a great past as a late medieval trading centre. Even today, the town walls with their imposing gates and defence towers are completely preserved and contribute to the unique charm of this small town. With its historic arcades, narrow alleys and noble town houses, Glurns is not only small but also fine.
Glurns – idyllically situated in the Vinschgau Valley
Glurns is idyllically situated in the Vinschgau valley and is surrounded by majestic mountain scenery and a natural landscape that looks like it has been painted.
But Glurns is not only worth a visit from a historical point of view. There is a very special company there, which is unique not only from an architectural point of view. Do you already have an idea?
We will introduce it to you here in the next few days!
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