Brixen The Essential
Interesting
This graceful small town at the confluence of the Rienza and Isarco rivers is typically Tyrolian in style and is famous for its dry and invigorating climate and long hours of sunshine. It was conquered by the Romans in 15 BC, was the seat of a Prince-Bishop from 1027 to 1803, became Bavarian from 1806 to 1813, and then Austrian until 1919, when it was annexed to Italy.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Brixen
Plose
Plose
The peak rises to an altitude of 2 504m.
60 minutes
Episcopal Palace of Brixen
Episcopal Palace of Brixen
This palace was built by the bishop
60 minutes
Brixen's Diocesan Museum
Brixen's Diocesan Museum
Located in the palace of the bishop
90 minutes
Brixen Cathedral
Brixen Cathedral
Its neoclassical façade by Jakob
15 minutes