Hotel Krondlhof

Claudia Micheli
Reischacher Str. 35 / Via Riscone, 35
I-39031 Reischach / Riscone – Bruneck / Brunico
South Tyrol – Italy
Tel.: +39 0474 410 394 | Fax: +39 0474 410 396

VAT: 02565430218


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Rotwild GmbH
Julius-Durst-Straße 20/A
39042 Brixen (Südtirol, Italien)
Tel. +39 0472 612512

MwSt. Nr. IT02674960212


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