In the heart of the Eisack Valley there is a village that has captivated many visitors. With a lot of charming touches the beautiful Klausen has thrilled again and again. The mix of historic buildings, medieval remnants and comfortable drive to the centre is great. It is necessary to discover the regional crafts and local delicacies.
Did you know that Klausen used to be very popular amongst artists? This enchanting town was even the template for a lot of Dürer’s works, specifically his piece “Das große Glück”. Hence the town still being known as “Dürer City” to this day. Public transport is another positive aspect of Klausen.
The transport links for cars, buses and trains are optimal from or to Klausen and this is certainly one of the reasons that it attracts more and more hikers. So what’s waiting for them other than cheap public transport No less than shaded forests, lush chestnut groves and fertile vineyards. Whether you use one of the many trails or want to be on your own on a walk through an untouched area, there is definitely a lot of impressive natural scenery to take home with you.