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The Ahrntal Valley and Sand in Taufers are, like the rest of South Tyrol and all of Italy too, rich in historical treasures. It goes without saying that buildings and movable cultural assets of particular value such as handicrafts, artworks and archaeological finds are protected and enhanced. To help us continue to look back on our authentic cultural history for a long time to come, we encourage everyone to treat our cultural assets with respect. You can find the most important information about this here. 


What are the key points?
  1. Most cultural assets (museums/churches/castles) are only open to visitors during advertised opening hours.
  2. Please do not lean your bicycles up against cultural assets, fountains and historical buildings.
  3. Please do not lean over balustrades or railings and avoid climbing on walls.
  4. Access to cultural assets is at your own risk. For a safe visit, we recommend that you wear sturdy footwear. Look out for uneven floors and ground.
  5. Supervise your children during your visit and do not make too much noise. Parents are responsible for their children's actions. The same applies to those supervising groups of children and school visits.
  6. Familiarise yourself with the emergency exits during your tour. Escape plan notices provide, among other things, information on the locations of the fire extinguishers and the rules of conduct in case of fire or accident. Most importantly in the event of a fire: keep calm, leave the building by the quickest route and find the assembly point.
  7. Filming and photography is generally permitted, unless expressly forbidden in a cultural site.
  8. Please respect private property, boundaries and fences. Meadows with tall grass, cultivated fields and other agricultural spaces may not be accessed.
  9. Please do not touch any exhibits and follow the instructions of the employees or responsible staff on site.
  10.  Dispose of any litter in the bins provided. If there are no bins, please take your rubbish home with you and dispose of it properly there.
Import and export of cultural assets

The export from the national territory of any cultural asset of any kind that is more than 50 years old must be approved. This applies, for example, to listed cultural assets, artistic objects, archaeological finds, archived materials and written records (historic documents). The request must be made either to the Autonomous Province of Bolzano (in the case of export to an EU country or in the case of a temporary export) or to the Antiquities and Monuments Office in Verona (in the case of export to a non-EU country).


Customs rules for imports and exports

The list of goods that must be reported to customs if being imported to or exported from Italy is long. To avoid unpleasant surprises at airports or border crossings, we recommend that you do your research in advance. The Italian Customs and Monopolies Agency provides detailed information on the applicable export rules and useful travel tips (in Italian and English). 


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