Bolzano is situated at 265 metres above sea level in a basin surrounded by mountains. In just a few minutes by cable car you can reach the sunny plateaus and beautiful San Genesio forests or the Renon Hills where you can feel a clear and crispy atmosphere. At an altitude that ranges from 1000 to 1400 metres, you will enjoy superb views of the Dolomites, and breathe deeply into the delicate scents characteristic of woodlands and pastures. There are three cable cars in Bolzano, all easily reachable from the center. One of them (the Colle cable car) is the oldest levitating funicular worldwide and celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2008.
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