suedtirol bahn zug
suedtirol bahn zug

Getting there by train and bus

From Bolzano you can reach the most important valleys and villages by train, all other places by bus.

The capital of South Tyrol - Bolzano - is situated at one of the main European railway routes. So it can be reached easily from Munich (Germany) and Innsbruck (Austria) in the north as well as from Verona, Rome, Venice and Milan in the south. More information to the local public transport in South Tyrol you find here.

From north:
from Munich EuroCity trains start approx. every two hours during the day directly to South Tyrol (via Innsbruck - Passo del Brennero - Bressanone - Bolzano). Further information: German Railway DB and Austrian Federal Railways ÖBB.

From east:
from Vienna you can go via Villach to Lienz in East Tyrol, and from there by regional trains further to the Val Pusteria in South Tyrol. Further information: Austrian Federal Railways ÖBB.

From south:
fast train connections take you from Milan, Venice and Rome via the important transport hub Verona to Bolzano. Further information: Italian Railways TrenItalia and South Tyrol Mobility.

From west:
in Switzerland you can take the Rhaetian Railway to Zernez in the Engadine, and from there by bus crossing the Ofen Pass to Malles where the Val Venosta Train starts. Further information: Swiss Railway SBB and PostBus Val Venosta - Switzerland.

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