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Eating & drinking: Indulgent break in South TyrolGastronomers get their money’s worth when they go on holiday to South Tyrol. Inns with good, local cuisine, wine taverns and also range of well-known pubs selling food all offer pure indulgence. South Tyrol’s restaurants are graded each year using Michelin stars and symbols, and South Tyrol’s wines are renowned worldwide for their excellent, high-quality. South Tyrolean cuisine is multisided and unique because the region encompasses two cultures. Tyrolean and Italian, Alpine and Mediterranean, complicated and light, traditional and cosmopolitan. Apart from Tirtlan, Krapfen (doughnut-like cake), Knödel (round potato or bread dumplings) and Schlutzkrapfen (pasta usually filled with sauerkraut, potatoes and herbs), pasta “al dente”, crispy bruschetta and tasty pizza also appear on the South Tyrolean menus.
South Tyrol’s quality products300 days of sun per year, craggy mountains and fertile hills. The good, exquisite things that the province produces remain unchanged and are refined by hand. South Tyrolean quality products such as bacon, bread (Schüttelbrot – Alpine spiced rye flatbread), milk, cheese, honey, apples, strawberries, schnapps/grappa as well as wine are a part of the traditional, rural way of life. They grow in keeping with nature, are hearty and are processed passionately in accordance to the rules of their craft. Look out for the seal of quality because the goods’ South Tyrolean quality can only be guaranteed if the South Tyrol trademark is on it.
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