By train to South Tyrol
The arrival by train is an eco-friendly, mostly also convenient and relaxing way to travel: You do not have to concentrate on traffic, but you can enjoy reading a newspaper or book or simple watch out the window enjoying the surrounding landscape.
If you come from the north of Europe, you will look forward to five direct connections from Munich to South Tyrol. This way you arrive in Bozen within four hours – without traffic jams. Shuttles for the last kilometres between the train station and the accommodation can easily and quickly be booked online.
For those who come from the bigger airports in Italy, the Italian railway services of Trenitalia are the perfect choice.
Mobility in South Tyrol
During your stay in South Tyrol, you can by the Mobilcard for one day, three or seven days for a convenient price. The advantage card allows you to use all means of public transport in South Tyrol for free. The South Tyrolean Integrated Transport includes all regional trains, all urban and suburban busses as well as several cableways and the narrow-gauge railway on Ritten. This way, many higher located holiday resorts can be reached easily and without using your car.
For even more flexibility and comfort, you can call the South Tyrolean taxi services.
Timetables, train connections & ticket prices:
- FS - Italian Railway www.trenitalia.com
- DB - German Railway www.bahn.de
- ÖBB - Austrian Railway www.oebb.at
- SBB - Swiss Railway www.sbb.ch