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From Marling to Merano

Marling, Bolzano, Italy

From Marling to Merano

Length2.5 mi
Elev. Gain134.5 ft
Est. Steps5500

Scenic views

Wild flowers


City walk

Historic site


Steep slope

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From Marling to Merano is a 2.5 mile (5,500-step) route located near Marling, Bolzano, Italy. This route has an elevation gain of about 134.5 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
Beim Oberwirt in Marling nimmt man, statt über die Strasse, links die Abkürzung. Diese Abkürzung ist beschildert, aber leicht zu übersehen. Der Weg geht stetig zwischen Weingärten nach Meran hinunter. Anschliessend geht’s zum Bahnhof und der Pferderennbahn sowie der Eishalle über den Fuss- und Fahrradweg entlang über die Etsch nach Meran. Dort folgt man dem Weg ins Zentrum.


Merano (UK: , US: , Italian: [meˈraːno] (listen)) or Meran (German: [meˈraːn]) is a city and comune in South Tyrol, northern Italy. Generally best known for its spa resorts, it is located within a basin, surrounded by mountains standing up to 3,335 metres (10,942 feet) above sea level, at the entrance to the Passeier Valley and the Vinschgau.

Forst (brewery)

Forst is an Italian brewing company, based in Forst (Italian: Foresta), a frazione (municipal subdivision) of Algund (Italian: Lagundo), South Tyrol. The brewery was founded in 1857 by two entrepreneurs, Johann Wallnöfer and Franz Tappeiner, from Meran (Italian: Merano). Later in 1863, the company passed to the entrepreneur Josef Fuchs, who enlarged the plant in Forst.

Meran Tramway

The Meran Tramway was built to satisfy the urban transport requirement in the town of Meran, at that time an important town in the Austrian monarchy. There was already a tramway crossing the town, the Lana-Meran railway. The new tram line was to cross the town at right angles to the existing line.

Kurhaus, Meran

The Kurhaus of Meran, South Tyrol is a famous building in the town and a symbol of it.The ornate structure was constructed at a time when Meran became a popular spa resort due to the frequent visits of Empress Elisabeth of Austria and the aristocracy. The building's original structure, which is today's west wing, was constructed in 1874 while the newer wing was added in 1912 and 1914 by the Viennese Jugendstil architect Friedrich Ohmann.

Merano-Maia Bassa/Meran-Untermais railway station

Merano-Maia Bassa/Meran-Untermais (Italian: Stazione di Merano-Maia Bassa, German: Bahnhof Meran-Untermais) is a railway station in the southwestern part of the town of Merano/Meran in South Tyrol, northern Italy. The station is on the Bolzano/Bozen to Merano/Meran line between the stations of Lana-Postal/Lana-Burgstal and Merano/Meran.

Stadttheater Meran

The Stadttheater Meran is the civic theatre of the town of Meran in South Tyrol, northern Italy.With the economic and financial development of the city as a spa for Empress Elisabeth of Austria and the aristocracy, the need for a higher cultural institution rose. The architect Martin Dülfer, who was a representative of the Munich School of Architecture, was given the commission to build the new theatre.

Women's Museum Meran

The Women's Museum Meran is located in a former convent of the Poor Clares in the centre of Meran (Italy). It is administrated by an association and is also the registration office of the International Association of Women's Museums (IAWM).

St. Nicholas' Church, Meran

The Church of St. Nicholas (German: Pfarrkirche St. Nikolaus) is the parish church of the town of Meran in South Tyrol, northern Italy.The church is dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of the town. It is located at the end of the Laubengasse in the old town centre between the Domplatz and Pfarrplatz.

Palais Mamming

The Palais Mamming Museum is the city museum of Meran, South Tyrol.

St. Barbara's Chapel, Meran

The Chapel of St. Barbara (German: St.-Barbara-Kapelle) is a chapel located in the town of Meran in South Tyrol, northern Italy.The chapel stands right behind the St. Nicholas' Church, Meran. The layout of the chapel is octagonal. It was built by the architect Hans von Burghausen in 1450, who also designed the Hospital Church.
Route Details


2.5 mi

Elev. Gain

134.5 ft

Est. Steps

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