Alpine route of Romanesque culture
The Alpine route of Romanesque culture is a route along buildings and paintings from the Romanesque period. The route stretches between the Swiss Engadine and Italian South Tyrol and Trentino. It shows dozens of Romanesque cultural sights. The Vinschgau with the Val Müstair is home to some of the oldest Carolingian/Romanesque churches and frescoes in Europe. The route goes to Müstair, Burgeis, Laas, Naturns, Hocheppan, Lana, Dorf, Tisens, Burgeis/Mals, Veit and Kortsch. (Source: www.stiegenzumhimmel.it/de/romanik-in-suedtirol/willkommen.html).