Arriving by bus
From the North
Baden-Württemberg: on Saturdays from March – November there are comfortable and modern bus liners operating a two-way bus service on the Baden-Württemberg (Stuttgart - Ulm) - South Tyrol route.
Bavaria: Rauch Reisen, the South Tyrolean travel agency, operates a year-round two-way bus service with comfortable modern coaches, from Munich to Valdaora/Olang. You can receive more information and make your reservations with Rauch Reisen in South Tyrol
From the South
Trieste: SAF Bus operates a daily coach service departing Trieste at 06:40am arriving in Alta Val Pusteria/San Candido at 11:50am. From there, take the train to Valdora.
Arrival by train
The main rail link is on the Innsbruck – Bolzano Brenner Line. Change trains at Fortezza/Franzensfeste to the modern, well-connected regional line through Val Pusteria to Valdaora. We’ll come to collect you free of charge at the Valdaora train station.
From the West
If you’re coming from Switzerland, first take the train from Zurich – Innsbruck, then proceed as above.
Arriving by plane
Air travel in South Tyrol is quite straightforward. Thanks to the numerous local airports, you can fly at practically any time of the year. There are also good bus and train connections or you can rent a car at the airport.
Nearby airports (with bus connections):
Luggage transport in South Tyrol
Baggage-less travel makes a good start to the holiday! Your luggage will be collected at home and delivered to your hotel room ... and the same goes for the return trip! You can check details with our luggage transport partners: Insam Express Koffertransport.
Getting around in South Tyrol
The Valdaora Holidaypass covers all forms of public transport in South Tyrol, including the following:
- South Tyrolean regional railway lines: Brennero – Trento, Malles/Mals – Versciaco/Vierschach
- Local buses (urban lines, regional and Citybus)
- Renon, Maranza, San Genesio and Mendola cableways
- Renon tram