Culture and traditions play an important role here. That is underlined by the many processions, festivals and celebrations held throughout the year, such as the tradition of bringing the cows back down into the valley at the end of the summer grazing season.
The street kitchen - often copied but never equaled - is once again the meeting place for lovers of good food and entertainment in the fresh air. Eight moody Tuesday nights reserved for fun and good taste! Special shuttle to Brunico-Bruneck and to Cadipietra-Steinhaus: 23.30.
The stamping of hooves will send a cold shiver down your spine. A wild mob dressed up with furs, long coats and horns on their traditional masks (Lorfn) are on their way. The Devils outfits are impressive but the wooden masks are an art in their own right. In these often very heavy hand crafted wooden “Lorfn” much imaginative detail can be seen.
Together with rattling chains, deafening cows bells, fire spitting little devils and cheeky witches (Perchten) the spectacle and indeed the illusion is complete. The rite harks back to legend. One which tells the story of times of famine where young farmers, men from high up in the mountains dressed in animal furs and horns, went off on raids.