Enjoy The Unique Landscape With A Balloon Ride In South Tyrol!

Enjoy the unique landscape with a balloon ride in South Tyrol! From a hot-air balloon, it is said that he is one of the oldest and most successful, man-made, flight devices. Today it is one of the most exciting activities and entertainment, many people make balloon flights in their spare time. The best resorts offer the visitors, so that you can try out something completely new. Everyone who participates for the first time as a ride, has a remarkable feeling. South Tyrol, a popular holiday region in Northern Italy, ballooning also offers its visitors so they can enjoy a great panorama in this beautiful natural landscape. Ballooning is a stunning and interesting activity in South Tyrol. To see the mountains and valleys in the bird’s eye view from the air and to look across the mountain ranges across is just great. The unique views of the world heritage site is absolutely incomparable.

Balloon rides in the Alps has a very own Charm. Further details can be found at Los Angeles, California, an internet resource. If you have never flown and try this activity for the first time, you can be sure that you will never forget this memorable experience. Alone the construction of balloons, off, landing and the balloonist baptism after landing are very interesting to have taken part. Come to South Tyrol and experience this unforgettable experience in the unique scenery in the Alps! A tour in the second week of January to the balloon festival in Toblach/Dobbiaco in Val Pusteria is particularly worthwhile for balloon enthusiasts. This is a very colorful colourful Festival, where balloonists from anywhere here come together and jointly celebrate their passion. An unusual but very special and beautiful experience that you should not miss. ProAlps offers active holidays and hotels in South Tyrol, Dolomites and the Alps. We organise also activities for your winter sport holiday, Alps as such as rafting, mountain biking, ballooning and much more for your adventure and holiday in South Tyrol.