Getting South Tyrol
From the west: via Landeck, Passo di Resia / Reschenpaß or from Switzerland via Nauders and the Passo dello Stelvio / Stilfserjoch.
From the east: via Lienz, Prato alla Drava / Winnebach, San Candido / Innichen.
From the north: via Munich, Innsbruck, Brennero / Brenner.
From the south: via Verona.
There are long-distance bus stations in Bolzano / Bozen, Merano / Meran, Bressanone / Brixen and Brunico / Bruneck. The S.A.D. bus company offers transport to all the resorts in South Tyrol.
N.B. many owners are willing to pick up guests at the nearest station if they should so wish, while there is often a local bus service from the station to the resort or even to the guest house itself. Please ask for further info at the accommodation of your choice.
Via Munich, Innsbruck, Brennero / Brenner, to stations in Vipiteno / Sterzing, Fortezza / Franzensfeste (change for Val Pusteria / Pustertal), Bressanone / Brixen, Chiusa / Klausen, Bolzano / Bozen (change for Merano / Meran), Ora / Auer.
Via Lienz (East Tyrol), to stations in San Candido / Innichen, Dobbiaco / Toblach, Monguelfo / Welsberg, Valdaora / Olang, Brunico / Bruneck, Vandoies / Vintl, Rio di Pusteria / Mühlbach.
Via Verona, Rovereto, Trento, Ora / Auer, Bolzano / Bozen.
Apart from Bolzano / Bozen, the nearest airports are Innsbruck and Verona (both about 1½ hours drive from the regional capital of Bolzano/ Bozen).
Bolzano / Bozen airport: www.abd-airport.it
Verona airport: www.aeroportoverona.it
Innsbruck airport: www.innsbruck-airport.com
Munich airport: www.munich-airport.de
An overview of major airports: www.kerver.de/airports.html
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