Located behind the fruit market in the old town of Bolzano, this traditional guesthouse can even count Goethe as one of its guests.
Mentioned for the first time in 1277 and since 1840 in the possession of the Kamaun Family, there are many stories about the "Roter Adler" (Red Eagle). Apparently Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a guest here, and those who wanted to participate at the secret meetings during war times, had to say the code word "Vögele".
Still today, people meet at the Vögele for business and leisure. Various guest rooms, amongst which a newly interpreted Biedermeier room guarantee for a stylish ambience.
Popular classics: "Erdäpfelblattln" (fried potato pastries) made with grandma's recipe and the "Stockfish mix", which are prepared by the kitchen team in a creative and refined way.