Spend an unforgettable holiday in Bressanone South Tyrol - The Chestnut Trees of Köstental Valley in Aicha

The Chestnut Trees of Köstental Valley in Aicha

General description

East of Aicha at an altitude of 700 m, lies the Köstental chestnut orchard in a conservation zone. During the Medieval Period, the chestnut (also known as the poor man’s bread) was a staple food of the population, but nowadays it is a soughtafter delicacy forming part of the classical South Tyrolean cuisine. Today, the traditional fruit is a rarity in the South Tyrolean cuisine and the highlight of the traditional Törggelen in the Eisacktal Valley.

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