Val Pusteria is a true paradise for outdoor activities in South Tyrol, but it also has a wealth of cultural attractions and monuments. Among the things to see, Castel Rodengo stands out: it is one of the largest strongholds in the area. Built in 1140 and transformed into a magnificent estate in the 16th century, it is located between Rio di Pusteria and Sciaves. Inside, there is a museum where you can admire the famous "Iwein Cycle" frescoes and splendid furniture from the late Renaissance period. In addition, we recommend a stop in the town of Brunico, the capital of Pusteria at the foot of the legendary Plan de Corones, that you can reach by train and deserves a visit for its architecture alone. Among the most interesting destinations, we point out the Teodone ethnographic museum, MMM Ripa and the civic museum. To find out all the opportunities offered in Val Pusteria, visit www.val-pusteria.net.