Hotel Garni Günther and the village of Burgstall are ideal not only for guests who enjoy an active holiday, but also for those who simply want to soak up the sun, take in some culture or treat their tastebuds.Postal & surroundings
There are a several chairlifts and cable-cars available to whisk you up to lofty heights and cooler climes. Well-signposted paths lead to you rustic, traditional alpine huts where you can enjoy local specialities - the "Knödel" (dumplings) hike or the wine hike, for instance.
More ambitious hikers will enjoy the water channel trails, high-altitude paths and vie ferrate.
More unusual sports such as paragliding, Nordic walking, golf, downhill biking, summer tobogganing and rafting are all close at hand (5 - 10 minutes drive away).
Mountain bikers and cycling enthusiasts can rent and service equipment in the village.
The twisting roads and mountain passes of South Tyrol enable motorbike fanatics to live out their dreams.
Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, ice-skating, tobogganing, snowshoeing, ice-climbing and ice-fishing are all possible in the Meran 2000 region and in the Ultental, Passeiertal and Schnalstal valleys.
The Burggrafenamt district is full of fortresses (Juval Castle, Tirol Castle and Schenna), castles (Churburg, the three-castle-hike in Eppan), museums (Ötzi Museum, Messner Mountain Museum etc.) and old aristocratic estates.
The Merano Music Festival (end of August to end of September) attracts many world-class orchestras and conductors affording lovers of classical music a particular treat.
Culture vultures will appreciate such sights as the earth pyramids in the municipality of Ritten, the "Stoanerne Mandln" stone piles, Neustift Monastery, Brixen Cathedral, the Old Towns of Merano, Brixen and Sterzing and St. Proculus Church in Naturns, to name but a few.