ARRIVAL BY PLANE
The regional airport of South Tyrol is located in Bolzano/Bozen.
The nearest airports beyond South Tyrol are Innsbruck and Salzburg (Austria), Munich (Germany), Verona, Bergamo, Milan, Treviso, Bologna and Venice.
The connection from these airports to the respective railway stations is guaranteed by shuttle services. From there South Tyrol can be reached by Italian Trenitalia, Deutsche Bahn DB and Austrian Federal Railways ÖBB.
From the airports (Venice, Treviso and Salzburg excluded) different companies offer a shuttle service to continue your journey to South Tyrol. This airport shuttle includes a wide range of stops throughout South Tyrol.
In addition to the daily Collective transfers to over 14 airports, Südtirol Bus now also offers a train station transfer to the booked accommodation and back. All stations along the Brenner line (including Auer, Bozen, Waidbruck, Klausen, Brixen, Franzensfeste, Sterzing and Brenner) are served hourly.
The collective transfers can be booked online
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ARRIVAL BY CAR
By car you can reach South Tyrol via the motorway A22 Brennero/Brenner. Coming from the north, follow the route Innsbruck - Brennero - Chiusa. Coming from the south, follow Verona - Trento - Bolzano. To get to Funes/Villnöss Valley get off the motorway at Chiusa-Val Gardena/Klausen-Gröden. Follow the indications to Bressanone/Brixen for 2 km and then turn right in direction Val di Funes/Villnöss Valley.
Take a look at the Villnöss/Funes map
For those travelling with an e-car
, you can find a map with charging stations in South Tyrol on the following website: www.greenmobility.bz.it/en/green-mobility/charging-stations/
Important notes and links:
- In Italy, the motorway is a toll road.
- Every year from November 15 to April 15, cars and trucks traveling during snowfall, over snow-covered roads, or when there is ice on the roadway are required to use winter tires or snow chains.
- Drivers are required to have safety vests in their cars in Italy
- Useful information for driving to South Tyrol